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Read and learn about one of the best trucks of the second world war; the Dodge. Within five years Dodge produced more than 350.000 trucks for the US Army in all kinds of variations. Command-cars, weapons-carriers and ambulance are just a few of them. From ½- to 1½-ton, early vc to late knock down type. We have it. Read more about these trucks in the documentation section. Discuss about them in the forums.

Unseen photographs reveal the private life of Adolf Hitler

A set of photographs showing the private side of Adolf Hitler have been published for the first time. The colour pictures come from the collection of Hugo Jaeger, Hitler's personal photographer, who captured him on camera him from 1936 to the final days of his rule in 1945.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/worldnews/5452458/Unsee...

The fast and the Führer

In Adolf Hitler’s estimation, the Auto Union D-type was up there with the Blitzkrieg – lightning fast in the 1939 season. Now you can own it but – schnell! – at £5.5 million you’ll be facing stiff Russian opposition...

Expected to fetch at least £5.5million at auction in August, this Auto Union D-type racer is one of the rarest vintage cars in the world – and one of Hitler’s favourites.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1188977/The-fast-F-hrer-...

The Hangman of Ommen died.

Herbertus Bikker, also known as De Beul van Ommen ("The Hangman of Ommen"), died at his home in Germany last november.

Bikker was a member of the Waffen-SS. In this function he served as a guard at the prison and work camp Erika near Ommen, the Netherlands. He received his nickname due to his brutal behaviour at the prison camp.

Bikker is the alleged murderer of Dutch resistance fighter Jan Houtman who was killed, twenty-seven years old, on 17 November 1944.

Workers find message hidden in Auschwitz wall

Workers demolishing the wall of a building that once belonged to the former Nazi German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp have found a message in a bottle written by prisoners 65 years ago, Auschwitz museum officials said.

"We know two of the Auschwitz prisoners who signed the message survived the camp, but their later fate isn't known," Auschwitz-Birkenau museum historian Jerzy Mensfelt told AFP in a telephone interview.

"If they are alive, they would be in their 80s now. Perhaps the publicity surrounding this discovery will lead to more information," he said.

A new start

After spending most of my holiday behind my computer, here it finally is. The new ww2dodge.com.

We've tried to run a wiki last 2 years. Unfortunately there are a lot of folks out there just trying to sabotage the wiki. In the end it took a lot of time to keep all articles clean from spam. There were also many great contributions to the wiki by different people. Thanks very much for your corrections and added content. It will find a new home here.

All information from the wiki will be transfered to this site within the next few weeks.

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