Remembering Leni Riefenstahl:August 22, 1902–September 8, 2003

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“Hitler was the Perfect Boss”: Former Maid Breaks Her Silence on the Charming Führer (2008)

“Hitler was the Perfect Boss”: Former Maid Breaks Her Silence on the Charming Führer (2008)

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Adolf Galland selected Quotes

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Adolf “Dolfo” Joseph Ferdinand Galland was a German Luftwaffe general and flying ace who served throughout the Second World War in Europe. He flew 705 combat missions, and fought on the Western and the Defence of the Reich fronts. On four occasions, he survived being shot down, and he was credited with 104 aerial victories, all of them against the Western Allies

“Their element is to attack, to track, to hunt, and to destroy the enemy. Only in this way can the eager and skillful fighter pilot display his ability. Tie him to a narrow and confined task, rob him of his initiative, and you take away from him the best and most valuable qualities he posses: aggressive spirit, joy of action, and the passion of the hunter.”

“Only in the spirit of attack, born in a brave heart, will bring success to any fighter aircraft, no matter how highly…

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German MG-3 Machine Gun | MODERN MG-42

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The Rheinmetall MG-3 is one of the most successful machine guns in the world today, and remains in production and widespread service more than 60 years after it was first adopted. There is little to be said of the MG-3’s design or development, as it is essentially just an improved MG-42 re-chambered for 7.62×51 mm NATO round. The MG-42 had been the most innovative machine gun of World War 2, arguably the most successful, and it was one of the most feared weapons in the arsenal of the Axis; for its blistering rate of fire, US troops knew the MG-42 as “Hitler’s Buzzsaw”, the Russians called it “The Linoleum Ripper”, and German troops called it “Hitler’s Bone Saw”. It had twice the rate of fire of most other machine guns in use at the time, but was still easily controllable, and boasted the first quick-change barrel ever seen on a…

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