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This is the index page of the Military History website and PHP application. This application is one of my first approaches to create a functional server-side application and it was created without the aid of any framework. The original version of the application is installed in Ship Pictures website. Another website available is WW2 Color Photos which contains a collection of photos, artwork and modellism about such relevant period of History. You can refer to Privacy Policy for more details about the application before using it. Please note that the administrator reserves himself the right to suppress any material that violates the norms of usage without any previous notice. Unregistered users may browse profiles and articles, but cannot interact with them.

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Japanese tanks of WWII -::- by Sakhal
2016-09-25 - Votes: 0 - Views: 13 - Last update: Never
The Japanese Armed Forces were traditionally characterized by the duplicity of weapons in the Navy and the Army. Each of them had its own Artillery, Infantry, Cavalry and Armored Corps, which in the end was detrimental for the quality, largely thanks ...
The Samokhodnaya Ustanovka -::- by Sakhal
2016-09-22 - Votes: 0 - Views: 13 - Last update: Never
During the Russo-German conflict the Soviet engineers, with their magnific T-34, pointed the way to follow on tank design to their German counterparts. But it is not less true that they would have to learn from the Germans as well. Indeed, they were u...
The fate of the Scharnhorst -::- by Sakhal
2016-09-20 - Votes: 0 - Views: 9 - Last update: Never
The Scharnhorst is another example of the limitations that Germany had for its rearmament because of the Treaty of Versailles. The most important deficiencies of this battleship (which was actually a battlecruiser) lied in her armament, on which the p...
The modern escort warship -::- by Sakhal
2016-05-26 - Votes: 0 - Views: 338 - Last update: Never
<span class="italic"><span class="font_larger">The Task Forces of the United States Navy have their antimissile, antiaircraft and antisubmarine defense entrusted to the Ticonderoga-class cruisers (CG-47 onwards) and the Arleigh Burke- class destroyers ...
Bismarck and Prinz Eugen -::- by Sakhal
2015-10-21 - Votes: 0 - Views: 2146 - Last update: Never
The 18th May 1941 departed from the military port of Gotehafen a combat group formed by two splendid and modern warships, the battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen, to start the Operation Rheinubung, a raid against the British supply l...
The fate of the Admiral Graf Spee -::- by Sakhal
2015-10-19 - Votes: 0 - Views: 1499 - Last update: Never
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">The Admiral Graf Spee and the Battle of River Plate</span></span><br/><br/> The &quot;pocket battleship&quot; Admiral Graf Spee was built in 1934 after her sisters Admiral Scheer and Deutschland. She had been ...
Hornet and Chokai - Two faces of Guadalcanal -::- ...
2015-10-17 - Votes: 0 - Views: 915 - Last update: 2015-10-19
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">USS Hornet</span></span><br/><br/> After the Japanese attack against Pearl Harbor, the American public opinion, despite having reacted with indignation, was still shocked. To this contributed the fact that Jap...
Amphibious landing craft of WW2 -::- by Sakhal
2015-10-14 - Votes: 0 - Views: 2026 - Last update: Never
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">LCM</span></span><br/><br/> At the beginning of World War Two, the belligerent powers, despite having developed in many cases a technology and a military technique of high level, had not still taken into consi...
Torpedo boats of WW2 -::- by Sakhal
2015-10-13 - Votes: 0 - Views: 2491 - Last update: Never
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">MTB</span></span><br/><br/> <span class="bold">Class: Vosper 70, 10 units (numbers 31 to 40)</span><br/><br/> Authorized in 1938 and built in Vosper Portsmouth in 1939-40. Four units were sunk in 1940; the nu...
Armed forces in WW2 - Russia -::- by Sakhal
2015-10-11 - Votes: 0 - Views: 560 - Last update: Never
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">Russia 1941 - Army</span></span><br/><br/> <span class="bold">Individual weapons - Pistols and revolvers: </span> Pistols Tokarev TT 1930 and TT 1933 caliber 7.62 mm, and TT 34 caliber 5.56 mm; revolver Nagant...

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Hornet and Chokai - Two faces of Guadalcanal -::- ...
2015-10-17 - Votes: 0 - Views: 915 - Last update: 2015-10-19
<span class="font_larger"><span class="bold">USS Hornet</span></span><br/><br/> After the Japanese attack against Pearl Harbor, the American public opinion, despite having reacted with indignation, was still shocked. To this contributed the fact that Jap...
Heinkel He 112 -::- by Sakhal
2014-11-13 - Votes: 0 - Views: 2840 - Last update: 2015-07-18
The Heinkel He 112 was conceived and realized in the first 1930s; the first prototype flew in the summer of 1935, being built another six exemplars for experimental purposes. A series of thirty He 112 were submitted to the Luftwaffe for evaluation in ...
F-84 Thunderjet -::- by Sakhal
2014-11-18 - Votes: 0 - Views: 2466 - Last update: 2015-07-17
The Republic F-84 Thunderjet, which would provide to many air forces of the NATO their initial experience with turbojet aircraft, started its life in the summer 1944, when the project team from the Republic Aviation studied the possibility of adapting...
The dawn of military aviation -::- by Sakhal
2015-06-26 - Votes: 0 - Views: 1028 - Last update: 2015-07-16
<span class="font_larger"><span class="italic">The First World War saw how the primitive exploration aircraft of the first years of the war passed, from shooting with pistols each other, to mount fast-firing machine guns that could fire through the ar...
Messerschmitt Bf 109 -::- by Sakhal
2015-03-15 - Votes: 0 - Views: 1928 - Last update: 2015-07-10
Until the 1960s the Spanish military aviation had in production a piston engine fighter built by Hispano Aviation; that one was the last descendant of one of the best fighters used in the Second World War: the Messerschmitt Bf 109. And however, when i...


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Weapons of World War Two series

The series Weapons of World War Two shows a selection of representative weapons of the three weapons through very realistic artworks and a succinct text explaining key aspects of their history, the circumstances on which they were developed or employed and their technical features. The list can be read ordered by name, type, country or year.

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Statistical Programs

This is a list of some statistical programs and charts that compare different characteristics of different aircraft, tanks, warships, etc... More of them should be added over time.

Fighter Firepower

Anti-Aircraft Artillery Effectiveness

Anti-Ship Artillery Effectiveness

Battleship Armor Plate Effectiveness

Battleship Combat Power Comparison

Hydrodynamic/Propulsive Efficiency

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Some aircraft allied of Germany in the East Front during the Second World War.

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