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Operation Barbarossa Erros And Blunders

Operation Barbarossa – The Major Errors and Blunders

Intro Well, this is basically a follow-up video on my second video that I originally wanted to release quite early on, well more than 50 videos, 800 000 views and 20 000 subscribers later, here we go. The major error and blunders of the Hitler and his generals during the planning and execution of Operation Barbarossa. Hitler & His Generals …

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Hearts Of Iron 4 Historical Division Infantry Division Layouts Early War

HOI 4 – Historical Infantry Division Layouts – Early War #Hearts of Iron

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyQmhrVKsc0 Intro In this video I will cover several Infantry Division Layouts from World War II. Although certain parts of the content is tailored for Hearts of Iron players most of the information is military history, only the initial remarks are mostly Hearts of Iron and methodology specific, so just skip ahead on click on the annotation on the screen. …

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Us Army Armored Division Organization And Structure World War 2

US Army Armored Division – Organization & Structure – World War 2 #Visualization

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru1_RxeGs5k Intro In total the United States raised 16 armored division in World War 2. In September 1943 fourteen of those were reorganized, these are sometimes called the „light“ armored divisions, although this name is a bit misleading, because the main difference was in size and not the equipped tanks. So let’s take a closer look. (Source: Stanton, Shelby L.: …

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Italian Armed Forces And Industry In Early World War 2

Italian Forces and Industry in Early World War 2 (1939-1940)

Intro Prior to World War 2 both Hitler and Mussolini were boasting about their military forces to each other. Mussolini announced in 1934 that he can mobilize 6 Million soldiers, in 1936 he increased the number to 8 million and in 1939 to 12 million. (Schreiber, Gerhard: S. 54, in Deutsche Reich und der Zweite Weltkrieg, Band 3) If those …

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Artillery Combat In World War 1 First

Artillery Combat in the First World War

Intro World War 1 is often seen as a mindless slaughter fest that saw little tactical innovation nor major methodical advancements. There are many reasons for this ranging from anti-war literature to military writers that were directly affected by the war. And of course the so called “Great War” was overshadowed by its bigger brother the Second World War, which …

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