World War Weird

October 2019

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At the Battle of Mons, the Germans retreat in panic when confronted by a group of angels. Is this divine intervention, mass hallucination - or something even stranger?

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In 1940, Japan launch an attack on a Chinese city - but they are not dropping bombs. Swarms of fleas descend and the city is infected with the bubonic plague.

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Hukbalahap Rebels in the Philippines believe they have a new enemy - a vampire. The British claim that an RAF pilot's incredible night vision comes from eating carrots.

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Crossword puzzles in a national newspaper begin to attract the attention of MI5, the answers are code words for the upcoming D-Day operation. Is this the work of a spy?

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To improve their bombs, the US Navy turned to the animal world for inspiration. When 270 men vanished into a cloud, witnesses claimed the soldiers had been abducted by aliens.

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Looking at some incredible tales from war, including Churchill's plan to create a giant ice ship, ghost planes that fly themselves and a Nazi treasure hunt for the Amber Room.


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Hear about some bizarre wartime happenings, including the magicians who fought the Nazis, the German spy who double-crossed Hitler, and some strange sightings of UFOs in Canada.


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This is war at its weirdest. Learn all about Stalin's flying saucer, an Allied ghost army designed to fool Hitler and the mystery wartime disappearance of musician Glenn Miller.
September 2019


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A daring plan devised in 1943 by the inmates of the Death Camp at Sobibor, as they staged an organised rebellion to fight back against their Nazi oppressors.


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Hear about some bizarre tales that occurred while the world was at war, including Stalin's human/ape hybrid, zombie spies and a Nazi plague spreading through 1970s Connecticut.
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