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Hedwig from the Africa Korps High quality moviehttps://youtu.be/25Abnq9X12IPlay and learn with Girls #9We associate the German Tiger I tank mainly with the European theatre of war, but it is worth mentioning that Tigers also took part in the fighting in Africa. 20 tanks of the 1st Company, 501st Heavy Tank Battalion were adapted to operate in hot climates and on December 1942, they were sent to Libya and Tunisia. This was to save the serious situation of the Afrika Korps troops. Despite a successful debut at the Battle of Tebourba and successes during the battles at Kasserine Pass, the Tigers failed to reverse the fate of the campaign – the dominance of Allied troops was too large and 20 machines could not create a German victory.
Posted by Wargamer's Hot & Dangerous on Dienstag, 13. Juni 2017
Ruby, the TrapperHigh quality movie:https://youtu.be/UbL_ro_I0qQPLAY AND LEARN WITH Girls #4The protagonist of five books by James Fenimore Cooper and Michael Mann's film "The Last of the Mohicans" is known by so many names, it is hard to believe that this is one and the same person…A white boy raised by the Delaware, Hawkeye’s, real name was Nathaniel "Natty" Bumppo (but only in the novel, the big screen character bears the name Nathaniel Poe). As well as Hawkeye in "Last of the Mohicans" (both in the novel and the film) he is also known as the Long Rifle. In the first chronologically, but the last published volume of the books by Cooper he is called the Deerslayer (but only after he had bought his first gun… before then the young Nathaniel was called Straight-Tongue, Pigeon and Lap-Ear ….), he was called The Pathfinder in "The Pathfinder", Leatherstocking in "The Pioneers" and Trapper in "Prairie". Pure madness!
Posted by Wargamer's Hot & Dangerous on Donnerstag, 1. Juni 2017
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Basia, the Chevaux-legere of the GuardHigh quality movie:https://youtu.be/cgMRfD2-RNkPlay and learn with Girls #8The charge of the Polish Light Horse of the Guard against the Spanish artillery positions at Samosierra, the pass which opened the way to Madrid for Napoleon, is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable episodes of the Napoleonic era.On 30 November 1808 the French infantry tried unsuccessfully to break down the Spanish defense and was forced to withdraw due to heavy fire from guns and firearms. An angry Napoleon ordered an attack to be conducted by a squadron of Polish cavalrymen. The legendary French cavalryman General Montbrun objected, saying that a cavalry charge would be impossible in such conditions. Napoleon then said, "Leave it to the Poles!" (Laissez faire aux Polonais!). The chevaux-legers rushed into the fight shouting: “Forward! Long live the Emperor!” (According to other, less solemn versions, the commanding officer – Captain Kozietulski – had to shout: “Forward, you bastards, the Emperor is watching!”)Altough it lasted only 8 to 10 minutes the charge became a legend. The capturing of four Spanish batteries resulted in huge losses – half of the 125 Polish horsemen were killed or wounded, dozens of horses were lost. Samosierra became a part of Polish culture, as a symbol of bravery and courage, and one of the favourite topics for Polish historical painters.
Posted by Wargamer's Hot & Dangerous on Sonntag, 11. Juni 2017
Link for the high quality moviehttps://youtu.be/TqpE0jeAn6EPlay and learn with Hot & Dangerous #1On 12 September 1683 a mighty Polish cavalry charge (there were more than 2,000 winged hussars), along with Bavarian and Austrian horsemen, smashed the Turkish army of Vizier Kara Mustafa who was besieging Vienna. The capital of the empire was rescued and the power of the Ottoman Empire broken – after this began a gradual displacement of the Turks from Europe. The leading architect of the victory – Polish king John III Sobieski – sent a captured banner of Kara Mustafa's to Pope Innocent XI and paraphrased the words of the well-known saying of Julius Caesar: Venimus, vidimus et Deus vicit (We came, we saw, and God won).
Posted by Wargamer's Hot & Dangerous on Montag, 29. Mai 2017
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