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Richard of York gave battle in vain
2/4/2013 10:37:11 PM


After much deliberation, scientists and academics have concluded that the remains found in a Leicestershire car park belong to the notorious King Richard III. Experts from the University of Leicester have proclaimed that DNA retrieved from the interned bones matches that of the English king’s descendants. At a press conference, lead archaeologist, Richard Buckley, has confirmed that “[b]eyond reasonable doubt it’s Richard.”

Reichenberg Suicide Squadrons of the Luftwaffe
2/3/2013 7:15:21 PM


During the Second World War, the Pacific Theatre was characterised by particularly drastic military strategies. The Japanese Airforce, in the last stages of war, deployed the first suicide squadrons against its enemies, inflicting terror and wholescale destruction upon US Navy vessels and personnel. Perhaps what is little known is that there were similar strategies planned in the German Luftwaffe. As the Allies were making greater progress in the Western Theatre, the German High Command devised ever more innovative and ultimately ever more horrific terror tactics. Coined Reichenberg IV, there began the production of manned and more targeted V-1 weapons. The Selbstopfermänner: suicide squadrons.
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