Bill Millin was a bagpipe player who participated to many battles and was the personnal musician of Lord Lovat, commander of the 1st Special Brigade of United Kingdom. He played during the D-Day and survived because the german soldiers thought he had
Picture of Sgt. Carlos Hathcock ''The White Feather'' in Vietnam. The sharpshooter was part of the Marine Corps and rocognized as a legend by the Marines members. His exploits include crawling 2km in 3 days to take down a NVA General and a land a let
@joshoclegg still took a fat L
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We can see here a Schwerer Gustav created by the German Army, this super heavy canon could shoot some 800mm projectiles up to 45 kilometers!! The gigantic weapon was moving on rails and only two of them were created at the cost of 7 millions reichsma
@jr.page Two rail !!!
The duck foot pistol as been created in the 19th century. Some bank guards and sea captains were using it to shoot multiple targets at once. The mechanism allowed to shoot all bullets at the same time or sequentially by using a rotating block in the
@lightningotfknives There's An Episode Of Pawn Stars Where They Fire One Of These!
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Winston Churchill created a few 500 artworks in his lifetime, at the time of his dead, he had no less than 50 paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy. Pablo Picasso also said that « if that man were a painter by profession, he’d have no trouble in e
Reproduction of a Russian Ironclad Novgorod 1:1200. The Russian Army started to use this boat on May 21, 1873 and disarmed it in 1900. The boat had two 279mm canons (rear loading), two 86mm canons and sixteen 37mm canons. For the propulsion, six stea
What we can see here is a krummlauf device. It was created at the end of the World War 2 by the German Army and was used to shoot target with the Sturmgewehr-44 (STG-44) without having to show up. They were fitting a 20mm to an 8mm rifle because a cu