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WW II Pics you have Never Seen before!

You would have seen many world war pictures before. But here I present certain assorted WW2 pictures from a very different angle. The war which no one saw…

A German Panther Tank falls into a pit as a bridge under it collapses. The Germans moved with such speed and ferocity often with minimal reconnaissance.

24 May 1941 Battlecruiser HMS Hood sunk by the dealdy German U-boats ( Submarines)

A highly spirited Indian Soldier shows a victory sign before he leaves his mother land and heads for battle. More than 80% of the men who left for battle never returned.

The Dutch bicycle troops during the battle of Netherlands.

A tired & frustrated soldier from the Dutsche Africa Korps as he balances on two M 24 Steilhand grenades in North Africa.

Soviet Snipers. Both are sergeants and are brothers. Soviets and Germans recruited young children in the Army to defend their lands at all costs.

A young German boy soldier (Hitlerjugend) being decorated by a German officer.

A soldier desperately reloads his rifle which needs to be reloaded after every five round. He puts the magazine in his mouth as he clears his rifle.

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Lee Wolverton 101 Airborne and 1st Lieutenant Alex Bobuck.before they leave for ops behind enemy lines.

13 Apr 1945, Op Awakening. A young Soviet boy poses with his sten gun as the Soviets clear Vienna,Austria.

A Russian soldier fires a Flare to indicated his location to reinforcements as they lie wounded after a gruesome battle.

An Indian Sikh Fighter piolet from the Royal British Air Force before he is about to take off. His name 'Amrit' is painted on his plane. Approximately 2.5 million Indians fought for the British in the World War II.

A trooper fights biting cold and the enemy in a snow clad warzone.

4 Apr 1945 A tank man from US 10th Army has unexpected guest on his Tank.

Indian troops Enjoy a light moment with other soldiers after a rescue op in Northern Africa.

An M4A3 Sherman from the 9 Armd div makes way though a Quagmire againts all ods to reach its objective.

Okinava. A soilder braces himself under enemy artillery fire which use to shake the whole earth around.

A frozen Soviet tank man feeds his extra rations to inquisitive grizzly bears.

Marine Private 1st class Raymond L. Herbert finds time as he sits on a 16" Artillery shell to inspect his shoes after days of uninterrupted fighting in Italy.

A German Intelligence Officer. The spy game was intensively used by both,the
Allies and the allied forces.

Elizabeth Remba Gardner. From Women's Air Force. Rockford,illinois.

13 Feb 1940 Soviets break through Finnish defences.

A young Ethiopian boy holding a 303, to defend his motherland.

Captured German POWs (prisoners of war) inspected by guards deliberately.

A Lady celebrates by presenting a Garland to an Indian soldier after the liberation of Italy.

Probably the most dramatic pic of WW II. A Jewish man smiles at his suicide squad. No words can describe this picture.

War….There is nothing glorious about War. Irrespective of whether you are on the winning or losing side, eventually…. U loose

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It’s not long before you would actually roll up your laptop and sling it from your shoulder. Ah! Yes a fully foldable roller Laptop – THE ROLLTOP 
The designers have been working on this concept for several years and the prototype is now out. ( Check Below for Video Link)

The RollTop Would consist of a 

Flatboard. The main flat surface or the screen which could be folded into a laptop and made flat like a tablet. 

Base. The central unit on which the screen will be rolled on to. It will also feature a Loudspeaker and a webcam. 
Holding Belt/ Power cable. This smartly designed sling belt would also act as a power cable which will join the base unit to the power supply unit. 

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1. BANANA HOLDER.   Now your Banana goes where you go. For those ardent Banana lovers who love a quick bite and an instant energy dose!!

2. SELFIE SHOES.  You want a selfie, yet want your hands to be free and you don’t want to use those silly! Long sticks. Well now you have the Power. Get Selfie Shoes!! Hats off to the inventer.

3. NUMBER LOCK MUGS.  So you don’t want to share your cheese cake and coffee!! Never fear bcuz now you can have your own number lock mugs. You want some calories buster, get your own mug!!
4. SPRAY GUN WITH CAMARA.  So not only do I want to make you blind, but while I’m at it, I’ll love to take photo of you as well. Just for fun!!

5. METALLIC TIE.  This is exactly what Capt of the ‘star ship enterprise’ would wear on his day off. A perfectly shiny tie. And why not a golden one while he is at it!! 
6. WALKING SLEEPING BAG.  Ah Yes, my favourite. Why ever get out of bed, when sleeping can be so much fun. Where was this invention all this while. All those hours of productivity wasted!! 


Earth Size Planet Discover by NASA today. 

A new Earth size planet has been discovered by NASA in the TRAPPIST star system on 23 Feb2017. 

Intersting Facts about the TRAPPIST -1 Star system. 
– The The system has one star and seven planets orbiting it.
– The size of the Star is however much smaller than that of our sun. 

– The sixth planet (Trappist-f) , is almost equal to Earth in size. 

– Planet F is in The green eco zone of its Star-system just like Earth is in the green zone of the solar system, meaning Trappist F can support life. 


Absolutely Yes, given the distance of the planet from the sun there is a high possibility that there would be water on the planet and if there is water , most certainly life will be existing on the planet. 


On the Interplanetary scale it’s almost in our neighbourhood. But with our current capability of travel and speed the TRAPPIST Star system is 40 Light Years away from us. This means that if we travel with the speed of light (which we obviously cannot right now) it will take us 40 years to reach Trappist F. So we are not going there anytime soon. 
But at any scale this discovery is huge and it definitely answers one question that we are not alone in this universe !

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