Wishing You All A Very Merry Christmas

Adam/ December 24, 2018/ World War II/ 0 comments

I just want to wish everyone a very merry Christmas or whatever you celebrate if anything and a happy New Year. I hope its the best Christmas and New Year’s Eve ever. Have a great blessed day and life. If you need anything you can contact me at this email adam@worldwariiuntold.com. P.S. I knows its Christmas Eve but I wanted to publish

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Operation Jericho – The Raid That Turned Sour

Adam/ August 28, 2018/ World War II/ 0 comments

The Goal of Operation Jericho Operation Jericho is one of the most daring and bold raids of World War II. That Happened on February 18, 1944. The Raid was commissioned by the Royal Air Force (RAF) to retrieve the hostages taken by the Nazis who were being held in Amiens prison in France. The Captives of Amiens Prison In Amiens,

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World War 2 Timeline – Britain rearms and reassures Poland

Adam/ August 1, 2018/ World War II/ 0 comments

Britain rearms and gives assurance to Poland On March 31, 1939, Britain rearms and reassures Poland that it will protect it from Hitler and Nazi Germany who was being threatened by them. So to try and protect them they started to rearm them with supplies and guns and weapons. Britain also was getting ready a highly secretive radar defense system along

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The Soham Railway Disaster – Untold Story From World War II

Adam/ June 16, 2018/ World War II/ 0 comments

The Soham Railway Disaster is a terrible sad disaster that occurred on June 2, 1944. The story goes as driver Benjamin Gimbert and his fireman James Nightall. They were in charge of transporting bombs to the USAF in White Colne, Essex, UK. As they were coming up on the village of Soham which resides in Cambridgeshire. Driver Benjamin noticed that the wagon connection

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