World War Ii Hoodies
The Submarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and other Allied countries throughout the Second World War. It was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft.
Tags: fighter, plane, wwii, world-war, world-war-2
There are tales of a child in Britain during the blitz of London during World War II. A lost boy, an empty child, wandering the streets in a gas mask, looking for his mummy. Those he touched sprouted gas masks on their faces, and began seeking their mummies. Nobody knew what caused it, but it spread throughout the land. If only they had called a Doctor…
Tags: doctor-who, mummy, gas-mask, geekifyme, world-war-ii
Show your patriotism for our veterans with this WW2 inspired skull tee, featuring a classic Steel Pot helmet atop a menacing skull. The WW2 white star Army insignia behind him and 30.06 rifle rounds rounds out the design. Perfect for the veteran, WW2 history buff, and anyone who loves skulls! *HURRY BEFORE TIME RUNS OUT! GET YOURS TODAY, AND BE SURE TO SHARE WITH ALL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FREINDS*
Tags: united-states-of-america, soldier, american, usa, world-war-ii
One of WWII's iconic dive bombers makes a comeback as a cool design for all you aircraft and WWII enthusiasts. The Stuka divebomber was made famous for the screaming sound it made when diving, thanks to sirens mounted to its' fixed landing gear. Now you can share your love for old warplanes with this great design. *ORDER YOURS TODAY. AND SHARE WITH ALL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FRIENDS*
Tags: warplane, vintage-airplane, vintage-aircraft, wwii-propaganda, blitzkrieg
ATTENTION HISTORY BUFFS! This product is for you. Check out this design, and the rest of my FUSAG line! Often abbreviated FUSAG, the First U.S. Army Group was a fictitious command Allied Army Group created to deceive the Germans about where the Allies would land in France. Despite a lack of personnel, FUSAG continued to exist on paper as part of the deception of Operation Quicksilver. (you know, the one with the inflatable tanks!) In order to make the German forces believe the Allied invasion would come at Pas de Calais, the phantom force was stationed at Dover, directly across the English Channel from the site. To further attract the Axis commanders' attention, General Dwight D. Eisenhower placed George S. Patton in command of the phantom force and increased the formation's apparent size. The deception worked so well that significant German forces remained in the Pas de Calais region for seven weeks after the real invasion at Normandy to defend against what they thought would be the true invasion force. Because of this, it is noted as one of the most effective military tricks of all time.
Tags: military-gear, army, military-patch, military, nazi