Author: golemsonbi / Date: 3-06-2013, 02:09 / Comments: 0
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Author: ksfire1 / Date: 7-03-2013, 04:44 / Comments: 0
Forgotten Voices of the Somme: The Most Devastating Battle of the Great War in the Words of Those Who Survived
Author: ksfire1 / Date: 25-03-2013, 22:29 / Comments: 0
Author: golemsonbi / Date: 19-02-2014, 12:20 / Comments: 0
History Channel - World War I: The Great War 09of13 WWI: The Somme (2009) DVDRip XviD AC3-MVGroup
00:45:21 | 720x416 | XviD - 2000Kbps | 25.000fps | AC3 - 192Kbps | 729MB
In just one day almost 60,000 British soldiers were killed or wounded. Why was this first day on the Somme such a disaster for the British? World War I, trenches and barbed wire ran across the entire continent of Europe from the Mediterranean to the North Sea. At 7:30am on July 1st, 1916, after a devastating artillery bombardment lasting more than a week, 100,000 British soldiers waited in their trenches ready to advance on the German lines.
Author: dinhquang / Date: 4-09-2013, 20:57 / Comments: 0
BBC - The Somme: Secret Tunnel Wars (2013) PDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
English | 00:59:00 | H264 | 832x468 | 25.00fps 1551 Kbps | AAC 128 Kbps 48.0khz | 654 MB
Beneath the Somme battlefield lies one of the great secrets of the First World War, a recently-discovered network of deep tunnels thought to extend over several kilometres. This lost underground battlefield, centred on the small French village of La Boisselle in Picardy, was constructed largely by British troops between 1914 and 1916. Over 120 men died here in ongoing attempts to undermine the nearby German lines and these galleries still serve as a tomb for many of those men. This documentary follows historian Peter Barton and a team of archaeologists as they become the first people in nearly a hundred years to enter this hidden, and still dangerous, labyrinth.Military mines were the original weapons of shock and awe - with nowhere to hide from a mine explosion, these huge explosive charges could destroy a heavily-fortified trench in an instant. In order to get under the German lines to plant their mines, British tunnellers had to play a terrifying game of subterranean cat and mouse - constantly listening out for enemy digging and trying to intercept the German tunnels without being detected. To lose this game probably meant death.As well uncovering the grim reality of this strange underground war, Peter discovers the story of the men who served here, including the tunnelling companies' special military units made up of ordinary civillian sewer workers and miners. He reveals their top secret mission that launched the Battle of the Somme's first day and discovers why British high command failed to capitalise on a crucial tactical advantage they had been given by the tunnellers
Author: golemsonbi / Date: 7-07-2013, 16:17 / Comments: 0
History Channel - WWI: The First Modern War 1of4 Armored Beasts (2014) 720p HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup
41mn 59s | 1280 x 720 | x264 - 3 000 Kbps | 29.970 fps | AAC - 160 Kbps | 950 MiB
Tanks were the first armored fighting machine to be used on the battlefield. These "land ships", as they were first called, were championed by Head of the British Admiralty Winston Churchill. Adapted from an American tractor with caterpillar tracks, the machine was designed in secrecy to break through the heavily fortified trenches and offer protection for troops that were being mowed down by heavy artillery. Though a massive failure in their first combat in the Battle of the Somme they broke down and got stuck in the mud-British government propaganda reversed the story and paved the way for thousands of tanks to be built and become a decisive weapon in the war.
Author: dinhquang / Date: 29-07-2014, 15:22 / Comments: 0
Discovery Channel - Finding the Fallen (2005) COMPLETE DVDRip XviD AC3-MVGroup
English | 5x~46min | XviD | 704x464 | 25.00fps 2345 Kbps | AC3 256 Kbps 48.0khz | 3.83 GiB
At the end of the Great War, nearly two million soldiers were missing, presumed dead. Almost 90 years later, the bloody battlegrounds of France and Belgium are surrendering their secrets. Beneath the farmlands lie the unknown and the unclaimed dead... This series follows the dedicated team of archaeologists, forensic experts and historians known as No Man's Land as they seek to find, recover and identify the fallen of the Great War. Each episode in this complete five-part Discovery Channel series focuses in riveting detail on one archaeological dig at the site of a single significant battle of the Great War.From the Belgian town of Ypres - where the team discover evidence of the very first trenches of the conflict - to the infamous German stronghold at Serre in Northern France, join the fascinating search using the latest battlefield archaeology and forensic techniques to recover and piece together the identity of those lost in the maelstrom of a long ago war. Other battlefields visited are Loos, the site of a hellish underground battle in 1915, Beaumont Hamel on the Somme and Passchendaele, where in 1917 the battlefield was transformed into a vast sea of liquid mud that swallowed up so many lives... A team of archaeologists, historians and forensic experts is working to identify unknown soldiers and finally lay them to rest. Finding The Fallen is a documentary series that follows the work of this team as they move through time and across the battlefields of France and Belgium, releasing the fallen and their stories of courage and sacrifice from the mud of the First World War battles in which they fought and died.
Author: s0nnyse7en / Date: 12-01-2013, 10:24 / Comments: 0