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Gestapo

Formed in 1933, the Gestapo served as the secret police in Nazi Germany. The term Gestapo is an abbreviation for Geheime Staatspolizei, or secret state police. During the Nazi era, the Gestapo actively hunted actual and perceived enemies of the state, including political opponents, Jews, and others deemed to be subversive.



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Wunderwaffen: Hermann Göring & the Messerschmitt Me-262

Wunderwaffen: Hermann Göring & the Messerschmitt Me-262

Hermann Göring’s ‘Wunderwaffen,’ the Messerschmitt Me-262, was among several unveiled for the Führer that the Nazis hoped would turn the tide of war.

Cracking the Enigma Codes at Bletchley Park

Cracking the Enigma Codes at Bletchley Park

By cracking the enigma codes, the work of British code breakers at Bletchley Park foiled the German U-boat threat.

Anders’ Army: Wladyslaw Anders & the Polish II Corps

Anders’ Army: Wladyslaw Anders & the Polish II Corps

Wladyslaw Anders led the Polish II Corps through hard fighting in Italy that restored Polish pride and helped defeat the Third Reich.

WWII Espionage: Eric Arthur Roberts, Britain’s Quiet Hero

WWII Espionage: Eric Arthur Roberts, Britain’s Quiet Hero

Unassuming British bank clerk Eric Arthur Roberts threw himself deep into the WWII espionage community to flush out Nazi informants.

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