Churchill and Roosevelt vow to destroy all Nazis - WW2 - 103 - August 15, 1941

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Churchill and Roosevelt vow to destroy all Nazis - WW2 - 103 - August 15, 1941 5

Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt issue a charter that lays out their thoughts for the future, the Soviets are in trouble on two fronts, and Adolf Hitler repeats his orders to those who failed to heed them the first time.

Written and Hosted by: Indy Neidell
Director: Astrid Deinhard
Producers: Astrid Deinhard and Spartacus Olsson
Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard, Indy Neidell, Spartacus Olsson, Bodo Rittenauer
Creative Producer: Joram Appel
Post-Production Director: Wieke Kapteijns
Research by: Indy Neidell
Edited by: Iryna Dulka
Sound design: Marek Kamiński

Colorizations by:
- Daniel Weiss
- Denis Marinov from Wikimedia

- Bundesarchiv, CC-BY-SA 3.0: Bild_146-2005-0030, Bild_146-1971-070-61
- Imperial War Museum: E 1416, E 7014, E 3450E, E 7008, E 3438E, E 15023
- Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe
- egor7 from Wikimedia

A TimeGhost chronological documentary produced by OnLion Entertainment GmbH.

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Although the US has been steadily edging towards more and more support for the Western Allies since outbreak of war almost two years ago, it is this week that an active involvement in WW2 by the United States starts taking form. Let's be clear though: both the US public, and the US administration are still staunchly opposed to sending in troops and becoming an active belligerent. But the tone of public and political discourse has begun to change, as it becomes increasingly obvious exactly how horrendous the threat is that humanity faces from Naziism.

Author — World War Two


Nice colour on this tie, but the combination with the light blue shirt is, well... not good. Still 3.5/5 for the tie

Author — Gianni Verschueren


Indy: No the-they said, "destroy Nazi tyranny."
Caller: Are you sure??
Indy: That-That's the specific wording: "Destroy Nazi tyranny."
Caller: They didn't say anything about us?!
Indy: No, they don't mention anything about Italy.
Mussolini: **Italian swearing and hand gestures**
Indy: Okay. **hangs up**

Author — Artrexis Lives


Meanwhile, the Romanian army is trying to conquer Odessa.

Author — dragosstanciu


Just a correction, at this point Newfoundland wasn’t apart of Canada. They only joined in 49’. Also you guys should make merch !

Author — Cobalt 04


100 years ago, the Polish forces defeated the Bolsheviks at the Battle of Warsaw

Author — Jan Rolka


Worth pointing out: Newfoundland was not part of Canada at the time. It had previously been its own dominion during WWI, but reverted to colony status following the financial and demographic ruin it incurred from participating. It remained a British colony until 1949, when it joined Canada.

Author — Caniewaak


Will you guys mention the Siege of Odessa? Also in general more about the Romanian, Hungarian and Finnish forces.

Author — TheBreadBaron


Indy: No they don’t mention anything about Italy
Italy: Why aren’t we taken seriously in this war!
Flashback to Greece campaign
Italy invades Greece
Greece then counter attacks and takes Albania
Flashback to North Africa
Italy attacks Egypt with overwhelming odds
Britain proceeds to win and move into Libya
Back to now
Italy: Oh, that’s why...

Author — Indiana Jones


Just a note, but when Indy mentions the Matilda I tank at around 11:41, the pictures shown are of Matilda II tanks, which were far more effective, as they were actually equipped with something more than a machine gun

Author — Almond Gang


11:31 "Half of them are Matilda Is." Those are Matilda IIs. The Matilda I was only armed with a machine gun and wasn't used after the Battle of France.

Author — CreatorUser



1:02 Meeting Between Churchill & Roosevelt
1:50 Phone Call Reference
2:22 New Orders from Hitler feat. An Attempted Resignation and AG Center
5:54 Barbarossa - Army Group North This Week
7:54 Barbarossa - Army Group South This Week
9:35 Update on British North African Campaign
12:34 Summary of the Week
13:56 Dramatic Conclusion to the Week

Author — howardbrandon11


11:30 Actually Jingles, that is and those were Matilda 2s.

Author — Contraband


I wish they put up a map when they mentioned the Finnish attacks

Author — Josh


It is kind of telling that in Halders thinking "history will level at us the gravest accusation that can be made of a high command" refers to failing to exploit a weakness and not the grievous war crimes that his troops are already committing.

Author — Vincent L.


i homer simpson will lead the invasion of Donets ...Hmmmm donets

Author — gotfreid


mentions Matilda 1s show immage of Matilda 2s, this could be miss leading

Author — Brady


Does a record exist of Ribbentrop's briefing of Hitler about Churchill and Roosevelt's meeting, assuming that he made it? Would be fascinating to read.

Author — Nigel Connell


"No. They didn't say anything about Italy" *sideways glance from communism

Author — W1se0ldg33zer


Its gonna be so sad when the war is over by christmas. Gonna miss this series

Author — Scott Aznavourian