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Three WW2 Soldiers Shot For Escaping POW Camp Recognised After 75 Years - Elite Military Forces
Three WW2 Soldiers Shot For Escaping POW Camp Recognised After 75 Years - Elite Military Forces
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Three WW2 Soldiers Shot For Escaping POW Camp Recognised After 75 Years - Elite Military Forces

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In a government announcement today it was announced that a re-dedication service for these 3 soldiers has taken place at the Ancona War Cemetery in Italy. A re-dedication service for Private (Pte) Lionel... [ ]
Why didn't the Soviets capitulate after losing millions of soldiers and civilians during operation Barbarossa? • r/history
Why didn't the Soviets capitulate after losing millions of soldiers and civilians during operation Barbarossa? • r/history
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Why didn't the Soviets capitulate after losing millions of soldiers and civilians during operation Barbarossa? • r/history

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The Soviets suffered about 5 million military casaulties, Leningrad was under siege, Moscow was under assault, entire armies had been destroyed.... [ ]
Are there any funny historical snafus (ex. mess-ups or mistakes or coincidences) that something good came out of? • r/history
Are there any funny historical snafus (ex. mess-ups or mistakes or coincidences) that something good came out of? • r/history
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Are there any funny historical snafus (ex. mess-ups or mistakes or coincidences) that something good came out of? • r/history

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I was talking with a friend about history and we ended up on the topic of funny historical moments. There are so many great blunders, from the... [ ]
What do we know about the City of Ys. Sources for a non-revised (or least revised) historically-coherent version of the myth. • r/history
What do we know about the City of Ys. Sources for a non-revised (or least revised) historically-coherent version of the myth. • r/history
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What do we know about the City of Ys. Sources for a non-revised (or least revised) historically-coherent version of the myth. • r/history

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Hi there! I am no historian, but simply a Celt, found of tales, and adventures strange and rare. However, I don't like excessive... [ ]
We learn about the really bad working conditions for the lower class people in factories during the Industrial Revolution, but what would working conditions be like for lower-class people if the Industrial Revolution never happened? • r/history
We learn about the really bad working conditions for the lower class people in factories during the Industrial Revolution, but what would working conditions be like for lower-class people if the Industrial Revolution never happened? • r/history
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We learn about the really bad working conditions for the lower class people in factories during the Industrial Revolution, but what would working conditions be like for lower-class people if the Industrial Revolution never happened? • r/history

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I was just wondering from my history class because we learn about all of these stories about children being forced in labor and people getting... [ ]