Going by what I know from Hollywood, the bomb-disposal community has a firm definition for the strategic technique of blowing up a bomb you can’t defuse: a controlled explosion. A Polish bomb squad just demonstrated what an uncontrolled explosion looks like, but thanks to them, nobody was hurt.
Real-life horror and supernatural horror come together in the new film Ghosts of War. It’s about a group of soldiers who get stuck in a mansion that’s haunted by the victims of horrific Nazi violence.
Adolf Hitler’s use of methamphetamine, otherwise known as crystal meth, has been well documented during recent years in books like Blitzed by Norman Ohler. But did you know that Nazi soldiers, British troops, and even American military personnel used speed as well during World War II?