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Everton eye club record start since WW2

Koeman: Everton above expectations (1:28) Ronald Koeman feels Everton are far ahead of schedule with their performances thus far. (1:28) 11:31 AM GMT Everton will look to equal their best start to a season since the Second World War when ..., 1 day ago

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Honour for hero behind WW2 dock attack

An Army officer who died during a successful attack he instigated on a dock in German-occupied France has been honoured with a plaque in Cardiff. Capt William Pritchard was killed when British forces blew up Normandy Dock, St Nazaire, in March ...
 BBC3 days ago WW2 dock attack instigator gets plaque  BBC3 days ago WW2 St Nazaire dock attack instigator gets plaque  BBC3 days ago

Belgian WW2 pilot honoured in Kent

The family of a Belgian RAF pilot were in Kent to honour his wartime sacrifice at a special ceremony. On September 15, 1940 Albert van den Hove dErstenrijk's Hurricane aircraft was shot down at Bilting near Canterbury, killing the pilot. He ...
 ITV.com4 days ago

Firefighters retrace WW2 Cockleshell Heroes mission

From the section Hampshire & Isle of Wight Image copyright Cockleshell Challenge Image caption The team paddled from the from the Gironde Estuary to Blanquefort in two-man kayaks A team of firefighters has retraced the raid mission of one of the ...
 BBC1 week ago WW2 bomb discovered in Hampshire back garden  BBC1 month ago
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World War 2 Coincidence In Cologne

(Before It's News) This coincidence story is by joynsonatkinson and is taken from WW2 People's War . This is an online archive of wartime memories contributed by members of the public and gathered by the BBC. The archive can be found here . ...
 Before It's News4 days ago World at War: WW2 Strategy MMO  ZDNet1 week ago The Surrender of the Last Two German U-boats in WW2  War History Online3 weeks ago Have You Ever Seen Anything Like These Crazy WW2 Weapons?  War History Online1 month ago

Fancy buying your own WW2 tank?

One of the biggest ever sales of World War Two hardware is being held in France, as the Normandy Tank Museum closes its doors. Hugh Schofield reports
 BBC6 days ago The Tortoise, Amazing WW2 Super-Heavy Tank Which Never Quite Made It Into Production (Watch)  War History Online6 days ago The Tortoise, An Unknown WW2 Heavy Tank Video from The Tank Museum  War History Online1 week ago
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Brothers haunted by ghost of dead WW2 hero for 73 YEARS can finally lay mystery to rest

A MYSTERY from the Second World has finally been solved freeing two sons from the ghost of their father's memory. Ray Williams was just five years old when his father, Haydn Davies, disappeared on October 18 1943. A Flight engineer with the RAF, ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 week ago

Fire crews retrace WW2 Cockleshell trip

A team of firefighters has retraced the raid mission of one of the most daring operations of World War Two. Using kayaks, the 25 Hampshire firefighters travelled the route of the Cockleshell Heroes commandoes who canoed into occupied France in ...
 BBC1 week ago Daring wartime raid route to be retraced by fundraising firefighters  Fire1 week ago

Service for 'unidentified' WW2 soldiers

Two soldiers from the North East have been honoured at a special service in the Netherlands after remaining unidentified for more than 70 years. Pte Harry Vasey from Durham and L/Cpl Raymond Halliday from Stockton, were killed during Operation ...
 BBC1 week ago Carlisle WW2 soldier laid to rest in the Netherlands  ITV.com1 week ago

Saving the Location Where Robert Capa took One of the Most Iconic Photographs of WW2

The small apartment where Robert Capa's Last man to Die, photograph was taken has been saved from demolition by a combined effort of Leipzig residents, American Army vets and a German investor living in Munich, who has an enviable history of saving ...
 War History Online1 week ago Nurse kissed in iconic WW2 photo dies  CNN2 weeks ago The woman from the iconic Times Square kiss after WW2 ended has died  Macleans Online2 weeks ago
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