Previously, to access WW2history.com, you had to pay some bogus (not really bogus) subscription fees. Now that shit is free, y’all! Go check it out, it’s legitimately cool and has some great videos and interviews. It’s advertised as “A multimedia resource on WW2 history brought to you by the award winning historian and filmmaker Laurence Rees” - but it’s so much more awesome than that sounds. Bonus, you get to see one of my professors, Dr. Citino (shout out!), wearing a tie at West Point talkin’ major military knowledge up in your face. Rad!
Also, if you can’t tell, I’m stoked out of my mind that I just got 30/30 on my Russian Revolutionary Research essay so let the colloquial excitement commence!
Bump because duh, who doesn’t like free stuff and who doesn’t like World War II
so who wouldn’t like free stuff about World War II?