The Iron Cross & The Knight’s Cross

The Iron Cross is probably one of the best known military symbols and medals in the World. It was first established in 1813 during the Napoleonic Wars, it was re-established in 1870 during the Franco-Prussian War. In 1914 and 1939 it was re-established again for the World Wars. The 1939 included the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross as well. In this video you will learn it’s history, design features, criteria, uniform identification, positioning, numbers of awards and much much more.

German WWII Ship Classes

MV Wilhelm Gustloff

MV Goya

SS Cap Arcona

SS General von Steuben

SS Thielbek

Secret Meeting of 20

About Krupp/Thyssen Krupp

Dr. Günther Quandt

IG Farben

C. Lorenz AG

Joachim Peiper

Konrad Zuse

Oskar Heil

Erich Hartmann

Erich Hartmann II

Adolf Galland

Hans Ulrich Rudel

The Raids of Otto Skorzeny

Why is Rommel so complicated? – Erwin Rommel vs. Desert Fox

Circus Elephants used to clear bomb damage, Hamburg, November 1945


The Rape of Germany After World War II

James Bacque – Other Losses: Death of Millions of German Prisoners After World War II

WW2 The Bad War – Dr David Duke and Mike King

The V-2 Rocket (A 4) How Effective was it?

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Flak Towers

Schwerer Gustav

Messerschmitt Me 163 ‘Komet’

Zirkus Rosarius

Kampfgeschwader 200

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Death in Poland. The Fate of the Ethnic Germans

The Unknown History of the 1939 German-Polish Conflict

The Image of the Germans in Polish Literature

The Righteous & Victorious Allies Starved, Abused & Enslaved German Children in Eastern Europe

The Last Days Before the Outbreak of World War II


How Britain Forced The Invasion of Norway & Denmark By Germany Then Blamed Hitler, Again.

How FDR Forced Hitler To Declare War on America.

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A Blank Check & Forked Tongues: How Britain & Poland Started WWII & Blamed Hitler & Germans For Eternity!

Poland Seeks Compensation From Germany For WWII Atrocities: Should They Be Saying Sorry Instead?

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United States War Department – The German Campaign In Poland: September 1 To October 5, 1939…! (PDF)


Stalin’s Preparations For An Offensive War In The Summer of 1941 To Make Europe A Soviet-Communist Continent.

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Army hierarchy

German and Austrian Culture!

Wehrmacht & Waffen SS

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About Thies Christophersen

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About the 2nd Battle of El Alamein


The German Panzer (WWII)

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Panzer Tactics – “Blitzkrieg” Years – Platoon

How a German Jagdgeschwader was set up!


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About Dutch SS

Operation Barbarossa & Loot Force One

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Tiger II Art

Tiger II

Tiger Panzer

Tiger II in the Battle of the Bulge

Jagdpanther in Normandy 1944


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The Frankfurt School


What you need to know about WWII

Ratlines (World War II aftermath)

Herman the German


Prussia: Animated History


Ordensburg Marienburg

Hohenzollern Castle

Neues Palais (Potsdam) + Sanssouci Park

Burg Namedy + Andernach

Schloss Stolzenfels

Berliner Stadtschloss

Schloss Wilhelmshöhe + Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe

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Potsdamer Stadtschloss

Jagdschloss Glienicke

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Königsberg Castle

Denmark in WWII

Political drama in occupied Denmark

Free Corps Denmark

Free Corps Denmark – Witness To Soviet War Crimes

Denmark’s collaboration with Germany, during World War II

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Aarhus was strategically important for Germany doing WWII


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Denmark–Germany relations




The history of Swedish iron and steel industry

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