War Movies Worth a Damn: The East

‘The East’ Shows Why Indonesia’s War of Independence Is a Bridge Between WWII and Vietnam

 

Before you watch the movie it would do you good to familarize yourself with the History of this little known War, often called “The Dutch Vietnam”:

As an amateur military historian and writer, I really enjoyed the authentic “feel” of this movie.

Was it over the top in parts? Sure, but all great war movies are in one way or another.

Early Cold War Conflicts like this that show the basic tenets of Asymmetrical Warfare are really important for the armed citizen to study.

 

Know Your WW2 History: The Battle of the Scheldt

WWII’s Forgotten Dutch Battle: The Battle of the Scheldt

 

Netlfix just released a movie titled The Forgotten Battle which is partly about Operation Market Garden and The Battle of the Schedlt.

 

Anti-Communist Movies Worth A Damn: Dead or Alive – 1918

Dead or Alive 1918

“The Battle of Nasilinna 1918” – depicts the Finnish Civil War from the White army’s point of view. Lieutenant Melin’s soldiers mission is to penetrate the heart of the city and overtake the Nasilinna Palace from the Reds.

The Finnish Civil War is definitely a worthwhile study for the anti-communist and for a generation who is again being wooed by the lies of the “educated jew” karl marx.

 

 

WW2 History: Brecourt Manor Artillery Explained

At the HBO Band of Brothers 2019 Reunion in Normandy, Capt. Dale Dye (Who played Colonel Sink in the series and is also a Military Historian and Advisor) explains how basic Military Artillery works and how the German 105 Howitzers operated at Brecourt Manor on D-Day.

Discussion begins at 2:25

To see an excellent overview of the Assault on the Brecourt Manor Guns on D-Day by Lt. Dick Winters and his Fire Team, watch HERE.

 

War Film Review and More Pineland Rules

War Film Review and More Pineland Rules

 

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