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Vizeadmiral Vizeadmiral Friedrich Hüffmeier (Friedrich Hueffmeier)

... Vizeadmiral Friedrich Hüffmeier. German band at St Peter Port, Guernsey Note Lloyds Bank in the background - Gives you some idea of how a town in Great ...

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It was 23 May 1945.

The raid was important enough to merit a reference in the situation briefing on 10 March held in Berlin by Grand-Admiral Karl Doenitz:

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The raid was important enough to merit a reference in the situation briefing on 10 March held in Berlin by Grand-Admiral Karl Doenitz:

German officer and Channel Islands police officer. Photo: Imperial War Museum, non-

The reaction of German prisoners of war when shown footage of the concentration camps (Embedded

Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, professional soldier, decorated veteran of the First World War, was well liked by the National Socialist leadership and for a ...

File:Crowds of people gathered ouside the General Assurance Corporation building in St Peter Port, Guernsey to welcome the British Task Force sent to ...

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(Levin August Theophile) (b. 10 February 1745, Brunswick – d. 3 October 1826, Hannover) was born to a Hanoverian noble family in the Brunswick, ...

Officer on Guernsey during the occupation

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Exposition Printemps-Été 2017

319th Static Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

KOMMANDO-UNTERNEHMEN GRANVILLE, 8–9 MARCH 1945 Part II

The US Army radar station at Coutainville had picked up the German task force at 9.49 p.m., not long after it had left St Helier.

Numbers of Soviet tanks and antitank guns were destroyed by German Tiger II heavy tanks of 503rd SS Heavy Tank Battalion, but the German heavy tanks also ...

American soldiers milking a cow in Germany, March

Zoo Flak Tower in Berlin After Extensive Bombings, 1945.

KOMMANDO-UNTERNEHMEN GRANVILLE, 8–9 MARCH 1945 Part III

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German prisoners landing from HMS Starling, painting by Stephen Bone. Photo: Imperial War

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It was on the night of 8/9 March 1945, only two months before Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender, that an amphibious raiding force set sail from the ...

It was on the night of 8/9 March 1945, only two months before Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender, that an amphibious raiding force set sail from the ...

Jan Hüffmeier

The naval battle, quite rightfully, has been the subject of much study. The ships of the enemy reflect an Aegean tradition, one that was based on relatively ...

Plans for the T-34/85 tank gained impetus following the pivotal Battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943. By March 1944, the upgunned variant of the original ...

The US Army radar station at Coutainville had picked up the German task force at 9.49 p.m., not long after it had left St Helier.

Stephan Hüffmeier

The entry of the United States into the war had thrown the German press into a fervour of expected imminent subjugation by armed multitudes and, ...

Aces – World War I Part I

Guards Senior Lieutenant V. A. Udalov

Numbers of Soviet tanks and antitank guns were destroyed by German Tiger II heavy tanks of 503rd SS Heavy Tank Battalion, but the German heavy tanks also ...

The situation for the Luftwaffe was not encouraging. Fuel was the main concern within the Luftwaffe with aircraft availability a close second.

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The heaviest tank produced during World War II, the Tiger II was also known as the King Tiger in literal translation of the German Königstiger, ...

The entry of the United States into the war had thrown the German press into a fervour of expected imminent subjugation by armed multitudes and, ...

English carrack Henry Grace à Dieu (Great Harry) as she was reconstructed in 1545.

The Plan Orange Disaster – A What If… Part I

Operation Bodenplatte

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Carl Hüffmeier

Battle of Tarutino on 6 (18) October 1812

The long barrel of the high-velocity 85mm (3.35in) ZIS-S-53 gun enhanced the sleek, streamlined profile of the T-34/85 medium tank with its turret forward ...

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The Vistula-Oder campaign had ended almost as suddenly as it had begun. As Zhukov's 1st Byelorussian Front and Konev's 1st Ukrainian Front hurtled toward ...

The Battle of the Spurs, or Battle of Guinegate, took place on 16 August 1513. As part of the Holy League, during the ongoing Italian Wars, ...

Ruins of the Reichstag, Berlin, in 1945. Photo: Imperial War Museum,

Calles de Berlín - Primeros días, después de la toma del bunker - 1945

Dynastic Egypt's Naval Warfare

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The entry of the United States into the war had thrown the German press into a fervour of expected imminent subjugation by armed multitudes and, ...

“ The Short-toed Treecreeper (Certhia brachydactyla) is a small passerine bird found in woodlands through much of the warmer regions of Europe and into ...

Operation Bodenplatte

Operation Bodenplatte

A home-made crystal radio used by Channel Islanders to listen secretly to BBC broadcasts

As much as I'm releasing, at this stage, of the text of

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Les musées de Granville

Noël de Bretagne - Distribution du Petit Noël - Enfants bretons autour d'un sabot géant - 1907

Italian prisoners of war working the land, painting by Michael Ford. Photo: Imperial

The town of Granville, Normandy. Photo: Vi...cult.

Nevern, Wales. Photo: Chris Gunns.

Puces nautiques & Granville fête la mer, à Hérel, à Granville, en 2015

Carnaval de Granville - Normandie - 1951 -

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1890/1900 - Beach at bathing time, Granville, France

Normandie, Manche, la maison de Christian Dior à Granville

—Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, 1953

Aces – World War I Part II

The air forces of all the combatant nations kept their raw tenuous grip on a life that was tough, edgy and fraught with nearly as much danger from the tools ...

The air forces of all the combatant nations kept their raw tenuous grip on a life that was tough, edgy and fraught with nearly as much danger from the tools ...