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A while ago North Korea threatened to shoot down a B-1B Lancer on its east coast. There was quite some discussion going on, Andy and Justin take a closer look at North Korean capabilities and other aspects here. Zhao, Andy; Pyke, Justin: Unseating the Lancer: North Korean Challenges in Intercepting a B-1B https://balloonstodrones.com/2017/10/13/uns…
 
In this podcast Noah and I (MHV) talk about Erwin Rommel. Now some of you might know my video on "Why Rommel is complicated" already. Yet, recently I was a guest a conference, where several leading German military historians discussed Rommel quite vehemently, so there are some new parts of information in here as well. ‘’Stories of the Second World …
 
This episode is hosted by Justin Pyke and he speaks with Stephen Hembree aka Azumazi about Imperial Japanese Ship Design from the Kawachi Class to the Yamato Class (and a bit more). NOTE: Justin could only use his audio with "listen to this device" enabled, so he was talking while listening to what he just said a half second before. You can follow …
 
A talk with Trent Hone the Author of Learning War – The Evolution of Fighting Doctrine in the U.S. Navy, 1898-1945 about the Combat Information Center (CIC). Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of the book by Naval Institute Press for content production. https://www.usni.org/store/books/spring-2018-catalog/learning-war Follow Trent on twitt…
 
Check out the Great War Channel Podcast here: https://thegreatwar.podigee.io/ or on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-great-war-channel-podcast/id1294680067?mt=2 Check out the Great War Channel on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGreatWar/featured »» SUPPORT THE PODCAST «« » patreon - https://www.patreon.com/mhv » pa…
 
Justin and Military Aviation History talk about the Sino-Japanese Air War in the time-frame 1937-1941. They talk about the problems and Japanese faced, their planes, equipment, lessons learned, lessons not learned and many other aspects. Military Aviation History's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Bis18marck70/…
 
For a video of the interview see this video on YouTube An interview with D.M. Giangreco on the Invasion of Japan, Lend Lease and many more topics. Timestamps: 00:21 - Background D.M. Giangreco 02:10 - Hell To Pay 2nd Edition 08:12 - People don't care about Logistics 11:34 - Euro-centric & Losses in Asia 14:38 - American Viewership Preferences 17:34…
 
In this podcast Griffin Johnsen from the Armchair Historian YouTube Channel and me (Military History Visualized) talk about our approaches to "teaching" History on YouTube. We talk about the narrative and explanation angle, the use of sources like primary sources and Wikipedia, about changes we made to our channel etc. Want to Support the Podcast? …
 
In this podcast Francis Pulham author of Fallen Giants - The Combat Debut of the T-35A Tank and me (Military History Visualized) talk about the T-35, the basic underlying idea, the development history, it's combat history, tracking down the various vehicles and may other aspects. » EVENTS « CAPEL MILITARY VEHICLE SHOW – 7th & 8th July 2018 - https:…
 
In this podcast Justin (M.A. in Military History) and me (M.A. in History, M.Sc. Computer Science) talk about "turning points". Do they make sense? What could be a turning point? Are they useful? What are the problems? And many other aspects we take a look at various battles and wars, e.g., Stalingrad, El Alamein, Napoleon's Invasion of Russia, Bar…
 
In this Podcast we talk with Jesse a Canadian Historian about the role and contribution of Canada in the Second World War. This will cover resources, manpower, prisoner of war camps, training, industrial production, the naval war and many other aspects. Additionally, various aspects are compared to the First World War as well.…
 
Recently I did a video on Why the Bismarck didn't shoot down any of the Swordfish bi-plane bombers when it was attacked by 15 of them. Link to the Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTO3JagV8gE The Intro line of the video was: The German battleship Bismarck was one of the most advanced warships at its commission, yet during its first operation …
 
Check out Quintin’s Channel: Major Scrub HD Military History Verbalized on iTunes - Please rate us! https://shows.pippa.io/military-history-visualized Cover Image Credits: An F-16 Fighting Falcon flies a mission in the skies near Iraq. The F-16s are from the 35th Fighter Wing "Wild Weasels", Misawa Air Base, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sg…
 
This one is also available as video with us sitting in front of a Flak Tower in Vienna and showing various Tank Models as overlay and also showing quotes for some of the sources and important corrections here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Z2eV72iv4 Link to Chieftain’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp4j9Y9L6jie44iZroCb99A A talk wit…
 
In this episode Peter from Tank Archives and me talk about Tank Kill Claims & Tank Losses in World War II and also the Korean War. Tank Archives - Blog Tank Archives - Twitter » SOURCES « 2013 International Conference on WWII - Kursk The Epic Armored Engagement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6xLMUifbxQ Tank Archives: Claims in General Tank Archiv…
 
In this episode TacError and I talk about Soviet War Plans during the Cold War. This includes there approach to warfare, there assumptions about NATO strengths & weaknesses and other elements. » SOURCES « Donnelly, Christopher. Red Banner: The Soviet Military System in Peace and War. Coulsdon: Jane’s Information Group, 1988. amazon.com (affiliate) …
 
Justin, who has a Master in Military History, and me (Military History Visualized) talk about the representation of the Second World War in the game Hearts of Iron IV (and III). Important Links: »» My Video on the complexity of both World Wars, especially in terms of Manpower, Coal and Food. «« » SOURCES « Brown, Ian: Logistics. In: Winter, Jay (ed…
 
Some basics and a bit more on the Russo-Japanese War. This includes Siege of Port Arthur,Battle of Liaoyang , Land Campaign beyond Port Arthur, Battle of the Yellow Sea, Battle of Tsushima strait and some interesting biographical details » SOURCES « Connaughton, Richard: Rising Sun And Tumbling Bear: Russia's War with Japan Amazon.com (affiliate): …
 
In this podcast I talk to Phil, who owns an MG34, MG42, Bren, Thompson, PPsh43 and quite some other guns. He also has a lot of experience shooting them. Thus, we talk about common misconceptions and myths. Additionally we also talk about the Bren, Thompsons etc.» RELATED VIDEOS «King Tiger: Why NO MG-42, but MG-34?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8…
 
A talk with Bismarck from Military Aviation History (YouTube) about the major differences in the Air War on the Eastern and Western Front in the Second World War. This covers doctrine, equipment, altitude, tactics, logistics and many more aspects.Military Aviation History: https://www.youtube.com/user/Bis18marck70/featured» SOURCES «Creveld, Martin…
 
In this podcast I talk to Sol - an officer of the Australian Defence Force - about what a military (general) staff does in general, what staff positions there are (continental staff system), what a staff officers really do by an example and some organizational aspects.Disclaimer: All views expressed by Sol are his personal views.…
 
A short summary of the chapter Weapon Damage Effects from Principles of Naval Weapon Systems (2nd Edition) by Craig Payne. With some additional stuffed mixed in. Note the Definition for the "kills" is directly quoted from FM 3-23.25 (2001).» SOURCES «Payne, Craig: Principles of Naval Weapon Systems.Amazon.com (affiliate): http://amzn.to/2CzqaSSAmaz…
 
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