Index of World War II articles (O)

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  1. O-I
  2. OA vz.27
  3. Oak Ridge Associated Universities
  4. Oak Ridge City Center
  5. Oak Ridge High School (Oak Ridge, Tennessee)
  6. Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
  7. Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  8. Oak Ridge, Tennessee
  9. Oakley Hall
  10. Oath of the Horatii
  11. Oaxaca (ship)
  12. OB West
  13. OBD Memorial
  14. Oberführer
  15. Obergruppenführer
  16. Oberkampf (Paris Métro)
  17. Oberkommando der Luftwaffe
  18. Oberkommando der Marine
  19. Oberkommando der Wehrmacht
  20. Oberkommando des Heeres
  21. Oberrottenführer
  22. Oberscharführer
  23. Oberschütze
  24. Oberstgruppenführer
  25. Obersturmbannführer
  26. Obersturmführer
  27. Obersturmmann
  28. Obertruppführer
  29. Obice da 149/12 modello 14
  30. Obice da 210/22
  31. Obice da 75/18 modello 34
  32. Objective, Burma!
  33. Oboe (navigation)
  34. Occult Reich
  35. Occupation of Baltic republics by Nazi Germany
  36. Occupation of Belarus by Nazi Germany
  37. Occupation of Denmark
  38. Occupation of Estonia by Nazi Germany
  39. Occupation of Japan
  40. Occupation of Kharkov
  41. Occupation of Latvia by Nazi Germany
  42. Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany
  43. Occupation of Poland (1939–1945)
  44. Occupation of the Baltic republics by Nazi Germany
  45. Occupation of the Baltic states
  46. Occupation of Vojvodina, 1941-1944
  47. Ochota massacre
  48. Ockenburg
  49. Odd Bull
  50. Odd Martinsen
  51. Odd Nansen
  52. Oder-Neisse line
  53. ODESSA
  54. Odette (1950 film)
  55. Odette Sansom
  56. Odile Crick
  57. Odilo Globocnik
  58. Oerlikon 20 mm cannon
  59. Office for Emergency Management
  60. Office of Censorship
  61. Office of Civilian Defense
  62. Office of Military Government, United States
  63. Office of Price Administration
  64. Office of Racial Policy
  65. Office of Scientific and Technical Information
  66. Office of Scientific Research and Development
  67. Office of Strategic Services
  68. Office of War Mobilization
  69. Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War
  70. Official National Front
  71. Offshore Patrol
  72. Oflag 64
  73. Oflag 79
  74. Oflag II-C
  75. Oflag II-D
  76. Oflag II-E
  77. Oflag IV-A
  78. Oflag IV-B Koenigstein
  79. Oflag IV-C
  80. Oflag IV-D
  81. Oflag IX-C
  82. Oflag V-B
  83. Oflag VI-B
  84. Oflag VII-A Murnau
  85. Oflag VII-B
  86. Oflag VII-C
  87. Oflag VII-D
  88. Oflag VIII-E Johannisbrunn
  89. Oflag VIII-F
  90. Oflag X-B
  91. Oflag X-C
  92. Oflag XII-A
  93. Oflag XII-B
  94. Oflag XIII-A
  95. OFLAG XIII-B
  96. Oflag XVII-A
  97. Oflag XXI-B
  98. Oflag XXI-C
  99. Oflag
  100. Ogasawara Naganari
  101. Ognevoy-class destroyer
  102. Ognjen Prica
  103. Ohka
  104. Ohrana
  105. Ohrdruf forced labor camp
  106. Oil Campaign of World War II
  107. Oil Campaign chronology of World War II
  108. Oil Campaign targets of World War II
  109. Oil Plan
  110. Oise-Aisne American Cemetery and Memorial
  111. Oiva Tuominen
  112. Okinawa Bulletins
  113. Okikatsu Arao
  114. Oklahoma World War II Army Airfields
  115. Oku Yasukata
  116. Ola Wærhaug
  117. Olaf Frydenlund
  118. Olaf Hansen
  119. Olav Jordet
  120. Olav V of Norway
  121. Old 666
  122. Ole Øisang
  123. Ole Østmo
  124. Ole Ellefsæter
  125. Ole Lilloe-Olsen
  126. Ole Reistad
  127. Ole Sæther
  128. Oleg Cassini
  129. Oleg Koshevoy
  130. Oleg Protopopov
  131. Oleksander Ohloblyn
  132. Olga Bancic
  133. Olga Benário Prestes
  134. Olga Horak
  135. Olga Lengyel
  136. Olga Pall
  137. Olier Mordrel
  138. Olin J. Eggen
  139. Oliver Goodall
  140. Oliver Hill
  141. Oliver Kessing
  142. Oliver Leese
  143. Oliver Lyttelton, 1st Viscount Chandos
  144. Oliver MacDonald
  145. Oliver Makor
  146. Oliver Mitchell
  147. Oliver P. Smith
  148. Oliver Philpot
  149. Olivia Sanchez
  150. Olivier Assayas
  151. Olivier Brouzet
  152. Olivier Gruner
  153. Olivier Lecerf
  154. Olivier Martinez
  155. Olivier Monterrubio
  156. Olle Petrusson
  157. Olli Puhakka
  158. Olof Thörnell
  159. Oluf Wesmann-Kjær
  160. Olympia (painting)
  161. Olympiades (Paris Métro)
  162. Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
  163. Omaha Beach
  164. Omar Bradley
  165. Omelyan Kovch
  166. Omer Nishani
  167. Omnipotent Government
  168. On-to-Ottawa Trek
  169. ON convoys
  170. On the Double (film)
  171. On the Nameless Height
  172. Ona Šimaitė
  173. Once (novel)
  174. Once Before I Die
  175. Once There Was a War
  176. Ondřej Pukl
  177. Ondrej Nepela
  178. One Big Union (Canada)
  179. One of Our Aircraft Is Missing
  180. One Survivor Remembers
  181. One Thousand Children
  182. Only the Brave
  183. Onna Tachiguishi-Retsuden
  184. OP-20-G
  185. Opana Radar Site
  186. Opekta
  187. Opel Blitz
  188. Open Gaz de France
  189. Opera Gallery
  190. Operation Abercrombie
  191. Operation Abstention
  192. Operation Adler
  193. Operation Agreement
  194. Operation Aida
  195. Operation Alpenveilchen
  196. Operation Alpha
  197. Operation Alphabet
  198. Operation Alsos
  199. Operation Ambassador
  200. Operation Amherst
  201. Operation Amsterdam
  202. Operation Anklet
  203. Operation Anthropoid
  204. Operation Aphrodite
  205. Operation Archery
  206. Operation Archway
  207. Operation Arctic Fox
  208. Operation Ariel
  209. Operation Arsenal
  210. Operation Atlantic
  211. Operation Attila (WW II)
  212. Operation August Storm
  213. Operation Autonomous
  214. Operation Backfire (WWII)
  215. Operation Bagration
  216. Operation Bajadere
  217. Operation Baobab
  218. Operation Barbarossa
  219. Operation Barclay
  220. Operation Basalt
  221. Operation Battleaxe order of battle
  222. Operation Battleaxe
  223. Operation Baytown
  224. Operation Bellicose
  225. Operation Belt
  226. Operation Beowulf
  227. Operation Berlin (Atlantic), 1941
  228. Operation Berlin (Arnhem rescue), 1944
  229. Operation Bernhard
  230. Operation Big
  231. Operation Bikini
  232. Operation Biting
  233. Operation Black Tulip
  234. Operation Blackcock
  235. Operation Blackstone
  236. Operation Blockbuster
  237. Operation Bluecoat
  238. Operation Büffel
  239. Operation Boardman
  240. Operation Bodyguard
  241. Operation Bolero
  242. Operation Brevity order of battle
  243. Operation Brevity
  244. Operation Brushwood
  245. Operation Candytuft
  246. Operation Canuck
  247. Operation Capital
  248. Operation Capri
  249. Operation Carpetbagger
  250. Operation Carthage
  251. Operation Cartwheel
  252. Operation Cascade
  253. Operation Catechism
  254. Operation Cerberus
  255. Operation Chahar order of battle
  256. Operation Chahar
  257. Operation Charnwood
  258. Operation Chastise
  259. Operation Chestnut
  260. Operation Chettyford
  261. Operation Christ Rose
  262. Operation Chronicle
  263. Operation Clawhammer
  264. Operation Claymore
  265. Operation Cleanslate
  266. Operation Clipper
  267. Operation Cobra
  268. Operation Cockpit
  269. Operation Cold Comfort
  270. Operation Collar (commando raid)
  271. Operation Collar (convoy)
  272. Operation Colossus
  273. Operation Compass
  274. Operation Constellation
  275. Operation Cooney
  276. Operation Copperhead
  277. Operation Corkscrew
  278. Operation Cornflakes
  279. Operation Corona
  280. Operation Cottage
  281. Operation Crossbow (film)
  282. Operation Crossbow
  283. Operation Crossword
  284. Operation Crusader
  285. Operation Culverin
  286. Operation Cycle
  287. Operation Darkness
  288. Operation Daybreak
  289. Operation Deadlight
  290. Operation Defoe
  291. Operation Delphin
  292. Operation Desecrate One
  293. Operation Diadem order of battle
  294. Operation Diadem
  295. Operation Dingson
  296. Operation Diver
  297. Operation Donnerschlag
  298. Operation Doppelkopf
  299. Operation Dove (Ireland)
  300. Operation Dove
  301. Operation Downfall
  302. Operation Dracula
  303. Operation Dragoon
  304. Operation Driftwood
  305. Operation Dunhill
  306. Operation Eagle Attack
  307. Operation Edelweiss
  308. Operation Eisbär
  309. Operation Eisenhammer
  310. Operation Epsilon
  311. Operation Epsom
  312. Operation Europe: Path to Victory
  313. Operation Excess
  314. Operation Fall Rot
  315. Operation Felix
  316. Operation Ferdinand
  317. Operation Flax
  318. Operation Flintlock (World War II)
  319. Operation Forager
  320. Operation Fortitude
  321. Operation Foxley
  322. Operation Frankton
  323. Operation Frantic Joe
  324. Operation Frantic
  325. Operation Frühlingserwachen
  326. Operation Fustian
  327. Operation Gaff
  328. Operation Gambit
  329. Operation Gauntlet
  330. Operation Goldeneye
  331. Operation Goodwood
  332. Operation Goodwood (naval)
  333. Operation Green (Ireland)
  334. Operation Greif (game)
  335. Operation Greif
  336. Operation Grenade
  337. Operation Gymnast
  338. Operation Haifisch
  339. Operation Hailstone
  340. Operation Halberd
  341. Operation Halyard
  342. Operation Hambone
  343. Operation Hannibal
  344. Operation Harborage
  345. Operation Hardtack (commando raid)
  346. Operation Harpoon (1942)
  347. Operation Harpune
  348. Operation Haudegen
  349. Operation Herbstreise
  350. Operation Herkules
  351. Operation Herring
  352. Operation Himmler
  353. Operation Huckaback
  354. Operation Hurricane (1944)
  355. Operation Husky order of battle
  356. Operation Husky
  357. Operation Ichi-Go
  358. Operation Ikarus
  359. Operation Infatuate
  360. Operation Innkeeper
  361. Operation Ironside
  362. Operation Isabella
  363. Operation Iskra
  364. Operation Jael
  365. Operation Jaywick
  366. Operation Jedburgh
  367. Operation Jehol order of battle
  368. Operation Jericho
  369. Operation Jubilee order of battle
  370. Operation Juneau
  371. Operation Juno
  372. Operation K
  373. Operation Ke
  374. Operation Keelhaul
  375. Operation Keystone
  376. Operation Kiebitz
  377. Operation Konrad
  378. Operation Kremlin
  379. Operation Krohcol
  380. Operation Kutuzov
  381. Operation Ladbroke
  382. Operation Lüttich
  383. Operation Lobster I
  384. Operation Lobster
  385. Operation Lost
  386. Operation Loyton
  387. Operation Lumberjack
  388. Operation Lustre
  389. Operation Lusty
  390. Operation Magic Carpet
  391. Operation Mainau
  392. Operation Majestic
  393. Operation Manna
  394. Operation Maple
  395. Operation Margarethe
  396. Operation Market Garden order of battle
  397. Operation Market Garden
  398. Operation Mars
  399. Operation Matador (disambiguation)
  400. Operation Matterhorn
  401. Operation Mincemeat
  402. Operation Mo
  403. Operation Musketoon
  404. Operation Narcissus
  405. Operation Nelson
  406. Operation Newton
  407. Operation Noah (World War II)
  408. Operation Nordlicht (1942)
  409. Operation Nordlicht (1944–1945)
  410. Operation Nordseetour
  411. Operation Nordwind (1941)
  412. Operation Nordwind
  413. Operation Oboe Six
  414. Operation Obviate
  415. Operation Osprey
  416. Operation Ostfront
  417. Operation Ostra Brama
  418. Operation Outward
  419. Operation Overlord
  420. Operation Pacific
  421. Operation Panzerfaust
  422. Operation Paperclip
  423. Operation Paravane
  424. Operation Pastel
  425. Operation Pastorius
  426. Operation Pedestal
  427. Operation Pegasus
  428. Operation Pelikan
  429. Operation Perch
  430. Operation Persecution
  431. Operation Petticoat
  432. Operation Platinum Fox
  433. Operation Plunder
  434. Operation Pluto
  435. Operation Pointblank
  436. Operation Polkovodets Rumyantsev
  437. Operation Polyarnaya Zvezda
  438. Operation Pomegranate (SAS)
  439. Operation Pomegranate
  440. Operation Pugilist
  441. Operation Queen
  442. Operation Quicksilver (WWII)
  443. Operation Rösselsprung (Naval)
  444. Operation Ratweek
  445. Operation Ratweek (1944)
  446. Operation Red Dog
  447. Operation Reinhard
  448. Operation Renntier
  449. Operation Reservist
  450. Operation Resurrection
  451. Operation Retribution
  452. Operation Rimau
  453. Operation Roast
  454. Operation Romeo
  455. Operation Royal Marine
  456. Operation Salaam
  457. Operation Samwest
  458. Operation Saturn
  459. Operation Savannah
  460. Operation Saxifrage
  461. Operation Scavenger
  462. Operation Sea Eagle
  463. Operation Seagull (Ireland)
  464. Operation Seagull I
  465. Operation Seagull II
  466. Operation Seagull
  467. Operation Sealion Order of Battle
  468. Operation Sea Lion
  469. Operation Shamrock
  470. Operation Shingle
  471. Operation Silver Fox
  472. Operation Skagway
  473. Operation Skye
  474. Operation Slapstick
  475. Operation Sledgehammer
  476. Operation Snatch
  477. Operation Solstice
  478. Operation Sonnenblume
  479. Operation Source
  480. Operation Span
  481. Operation Spark (1940)
  482. Operation Speedwell
  483. Operation Sportpalast
  484. Operation Spring
  485. Operation Starvation
  486. Operation Steinbock
  487. Operation Stella Polaris
  488. Operation Stone Age
  489. Operation Stonewall
  490. Operation Strangle
  491. Operation Substance
  492. Operation Surgeon
  493. Operation Tabarin
  494. Operation Tan No. 2
  495. Operation Tanne Ost
  496. Operation Tannenberg
  497. Operation Tempest
  498. Operation Terminal
  499. Operation Tidal Wave
  500. Operation Tiderace
  501. Operation Tombola
  502. Operation Tonga
  503. Operation Torch
  504. Operation Totalize
  505. Operation Tractable
  506. Operation Transom
  507. Operation Tungsten
  508. Operation Typical
  509. Operation Tyr
  510. Operation U-Go
  511. Operation Underworld
  512. Operation Uranus
  513. Operation Varsity
  514. Operation Venezia
  515. Operation Vengeance
  516. Operation Veritable
  517. Operation Vigorous
  518. Operation Vulcan
  519. Operation Walküre
  520. Operation Weserübung
  521. Operation Whale
  522. Operation Wieniec
  523. Operation Wikinger
  524. Operation Wilfred
  525. Operation Willi
  526. Operation Wintergewitter
  527. Operation Wunderland
  528. Operation Währung
  529. Operation Zebra
  530. Operation Zeppelin (Allies)
  531. Operation Zeppelin (Assassination Plot)
  532. Operation Zipper
  533. Operation Zitronella
  534. Operational Zone Adriatic Coast
  535. Operations Reckless and Persecution
  536. Opfer der Vergangenheit
  537. Opposing forces in the Polish September Campaign
  538. Opposition to World War II
  539. Opytny-class destroyer
  540. Opéra-Comique
  541. Opéra (Paris Métro)
  542. Opéra Bastille
  543. Opéra National de Paris
  544. Oradour-sur-Glane
  545. Oradour-sur-Glane massacre
  546. Oranienburg concentration camp
  547. Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire
  548. Orde Wingate
  549. Ordensburg Krössinsee
  550. Ordensburg Sonthofen
  551. Ordensburg Vogelsang
  552. Order 7161
  553. Order No. 227
  554. Order No. 270
  555. Order of Alexander Nevsky
  556. Order of Battle Battle of Pingxingguan
  557. Order of battle Battle of South Shanxi
  558. Order of Battle Battle of Taiyuan
  559. Order of Battle Central Hupei Operation (November 25–30, 1940)
  560. Order of battle Defense of the Great Wall
  561. Order of battle for Amoy Operation
  562. Order of Battle for Battle of Changsha (1939)
  563. Order of Battle for Battle of South Guangxi
  564. Order of battle for Campaign of Northern and Eastern Henan 1938
  565. Order of battle for Campaign of Northern and Eastern Honan 1938
  566. Order of battle for Convoy SC-7
  567. Order of battle for Guangdong Operation
  568. Order of battle for the American airborne landings in Normandy
  569. Order of battle for the Battle of Beiping-Tianjin
  570. Order of battle for the Battle of France
  571. Order of Battle January 28 Incident
  572. Order of battle of Battle of Wuhan
  573. Order of battle of the Battle of Beiping-Tianjin
  574. Order of Battle of the Battle of Lanfeng
  575. Order of battle of the Battle of Shanghai
  576. Order of Battle of the Chindits
  577. Order of battle of the German Ninth Army, October 1941
  578. Order of Battle Peiking – Hankou Railway Operation
  579. Order of battle Peiking – Suiyuan Railway Operation
  580. Order of Battle Suiyuan Campaign (1936)
  581. Order of battle Swatow Operation
  582. Order of Battle Tianjin–Pukou Railway Operation
  583. Order of Battle, Battle of Nanchang
  584. Order of Battle, East African Campaign (World War II)
  585. Order of Battle: Battle of Changde
  586. Order of battle: Battle of Xuzhou
  587. Order of Battle: Battle of Zaoyang-Yichang
  588. Order of Battle: Hundred Regiments Offensive
  589. Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky
  590. Order of Flemish militants
  591. Order of Glory
  592. Order of Kutuzov
  593. Order of Lenin
  594. Order of Nakhimov
  595. Order of Polonia Restituta
  596. Order of Suvorov
  597. Order of the Bath
  598. Order of the British Empire
  599. Order of the Crown of King Zvonimir
  600. Order of the German Eagle
  601. Order of the Golden Kite
  602. Order of the National Hero
  603. Order of the October Revolution
  604. Order of the Patriotic War
  605. Order of the Red Banner
  606. Order of Ushakov
  607. Order of Victory
  608. Orders of battle for Downfall
  609. Orders, decorations, and medals of Nazi Germany
  610. Ordnance ML 3 inch Mortar
  611. Ordnance QF 17 pounder
  612. Ordnance QF 18 pounder
  613. Ordnance QF 2 pounder
  614. Ordnance QF 25 pounder
  615. Ordnance QF 3 pounder Vickers
  616. Ordnance QF 6 pounder
  617. Ordnance QF 75 mm
  618. Ordnungspolizei
  619. Ordre de la Libération
  620. Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation
  621. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  622. Organisation Todt
  623. Organization for the Protection of the People's Fighters
  624. Organization of Imperial Japanese Army forces in the Pacific
  625. Organization of Japanese defensive units in Okinawa
  626. Organization of Japanese Expeditionary forces in China
  627. Organization of Japanese forces in Southeast Asia
  628. Organization of Japanese fortifications in New Guinea area
  629. Organization of the China Garrison detachment of the Imperial Japanese Army (to 1937)
  630. Organization of the Imperial Japanese Central China Army
  631. Organization of the Imperial Japanese Navy Alaskan Strike Group
  632. Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria
  633. Organization of the Kwantung Army of Japan
  634. Organization of the Luftwaffe
  635. Organization of the Third Reich
  636. Orglandes German war cemetery
  637. Orgues de Flandre
  638. Original Shaftesbury Theatre
  639. Origins of World War II (game)
  640. Orita M1941
  641. Orlando DiGirolamo
  642. Orlando Executive Airport
  643. Orlando Leopardi
  644. Orlando Ward
  645. Orly - Ouest (Orlyval)
  646. Orly - Sud (Orlyval)
  647. Orly Airport (Paris)
  648. Orlyval
  649. Orme G. Stuart
  650. Ormsby-class attack transport
  651. Oronce Finé
  652. Oroville Municipal Airport
  653. ORP Żbik
  654. ORP Ślązak (L26)
  655. ORP Błyskawica
  656. ORP Burza
  657. ORP Dzik (P52)
  658. ORP General Haller
  659. ORP Grom (1936)
  660. ORP Gryf (1936)
  661. ORP Jaskółka
  662. ORP Jastrząb
  663. ORP Krakowiak (L115)
  664. ORP Kujawiak (L72)
  665. ORP Mazur
  666. ORP Orkan (G90)
  667. ORP Orzeł
  668. ORP Piorun (G65)
  669. ORP Ryś
  670. ORP Sęp (1938)
  671. ORP Sokół (1940)
  672. ORP Wicher (1928)
  673. ORP Wilk (1929)
  674. Orphism (art)
  675. Orsa-class torpedo boat
  676. Orsay – Ville (Paris RER)
  677. Orson Leon Crandall
  678. Ortrun Enderlein
  679. Orval Faubus
  680. Orval R. Cook
  681. Orvar Trolle
  682. Orville Emil Bloch
  683. Orville Freeman
  684. Oryoku Maru
  685. Orzeł incident
  686. OS2U Kingfisher
  687. Osami Nagano
  688. Oscar C. Badger II
  689. Oscar De Cock
  690. Oscar de Somville
  691. Oscar F. Perdomo
  692. Oscar G. Johnson
  693. Oscar Grégoire
  694. Oscar I of Sweden
  695. Oscar J. Zuniga
  696. Oscar M. Laurel
  697. Oscar Shumsky
  698. Oscar V. Peterson
  699. Oscar van Rappard
  700. Oscar Wilde
  701. Oscarsborg Fortress
  702. Oshima Ken'ichi
  703. Oskar Brüsewitz
  704. Oskar Dinort
  705. Oskar Dirlewanger
  706. Oskar Fried
  707. Oskar Goßler
  708. Oskar Körner
  709. Oskar Kokoschka
  710. Oskar Müller
  711. Oskar Morgenstern
  712. Oskar Rosenfeld
  713. Oskar Schindler
  714. Oskari Friman
  715. Oslo report
  716. Osman Kulenović
  717. Osovets Offensive Operation
  718. OSS Detachment 101
  719. Ossewabrandwag
  720. OST-Arbeiter
  721. Ost battalion
  722. Oster Conspiracy
  723. Ostforschung
  724. Ostlegionen
  725. Ostmark (Austria)
  726. Ostrogozhsk-Rossosh Operation
  727. Ostwind
  728. Osvaldo Aranha
  729. Osvaldo Ardiles
  730. Oswald Birley
  731. Oswald Boelcke
  732. Oswald Mosley
  733. Oswald Phipps, 4th Marquess of Normanby
  734. Oswald Pohl
  735. Oswald Teichmüller
  736. Oszkár Gerde
  737. Ota Šik
  738. Otakar Batlička
  739. Otakar Jaroš
  740. Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer
  741. Otokar Keršovani
  742. Otomars Oškalns
  743. Ōtori-class torpedo boat
  744. Otozō Yamada
  745. Otpisani
  746. Otter Light Reconnaissance Car
  747. Ottmar Walter
  748. Otto Abetz
  749. Otto Baum
  750. Otto Bertram
  751. Otto Bradfisch
  752. Otto Carius
  753. Otto Ciliax
  754. Otto Dietrich
  755. Otto Špaček
  756. Otto Ernst Remer
  757. Otto Fickeisen
  758. Otto Frank
  759. Otto Freundlich
  760. Otto Georg Thierack
  761. Otto Günsche
  762. Otto Hellmuth
  763. Otto Herschmann
  764. Otto Hitzfeld
  765. Otto Hofmann
  766. Otto Hultberg
  767. Otto John
  768. Otto Königsberger
  769. Otto Kerner, Jr.
  770. Otto Kiep
  771. Otto Kittel
  772. Otto Klemperer
  773. Otto Kretschmer
  774. Otto Kumm
  775. Otto L. Nelson, Jr.
  776. Otto Lasch
  777. Otto Meißner
  778. Otto Müller (wrestler)
  779. Otto Ohlendorf
  780. Otto P. Weyland
  781. Otto Passman
  782. Otto Rahn
  783. Otto Rasch
  784. Otto Robert Frisch
  785. Otto Ruge
  786. Otto Schimek
  787. Otto Schmirgal
  788. Otto Schulz (admiral)
  789. Otto Skorzeny
  790. Otto Steinbrinck
  791. Otto Strasser
  792. Otto Telschow
  793. Otto Tief
  794. Otto Ville Kuusinen
  795. Otto von Bülow
  796. Otto von Knobelsdorff
  797. Otto von Lossow
  798. Otto von Porat
  799. Otto von Stülpnagel
  800. Otto Wöhler
  801. Otto Wagener
  802. Otto Wahle
  803. Otto Weddigen
  804. Otto Weidinger
  805. Otto Wächter
  806. Ou Zhen
  807. Oumar Dieng
  808. Oumar Sène
  809. Oumar Tchomogo
  810. Our Enemy- The Japanese
  811. Our Job in Japan
  812. Ourcq (Paris Métro)
  813. Ours-Pierre-Armand Petit-Dufrénoy
  814. Out Distance
  815. Out of the Ashes (2003 film)
  816. Outer London Defence Ring
  817. Outpost Snipe
  818. Ouvrage Ancien Camp
  819. Ouvrage Anzeling
  820. Ouvrage Arrondaz
  821. Ouvrage Aumetz
  822. Ouvrage Baisse de Saint Veran
  823. Ouvrage Bambesch
  824. Ouvrage Barbonnet
  825. Ouvrage Berenbach
  826. Ouvrage Bersillies
  827. Ouvrage Billig
  828. Ouvrage Bois du Four
  829. Ouvrage Bois Karre
  830. Ouvrage Bousse
  831. Ouvrage Boussois
  832. Ouvrage Bovenberg
  833. Ouvrage Brehain
  834. Ouvrage Cap Martin
  835. Ouvrage Castillon
  836. Ouvrage Cave à Canon
  837. Ouvrage Champ de Tir
  838. Ouvrage Chatelard
  839. Ouvrage Col Agnon
  840. Ouvrage Col de Brouis
  841. Ouvrage Col de Buffere
  842. Ouvrage Col de Crous
  843. Ouvrage Col de Restefond
  844. Ouvrage Col des Banquettes
  845. Ouvrage Col des Gardes
  846. Ouvrage Col du Caire Gros
  847. Ouvrage Col du Fort
  848. Ouvrage Col du Granon
  849. Ouvrage Coucou
  850. Ouvrage Coume Annexe Nord
  851. Ouvrage Coume Annexe Sud
  852. Ouvrage Coume
  853. Ouvrage Denting
  854. Ouvrage Einseling
  855. Ouvrage Eth
  856. Ouvrage Ferme Chappy
  857. Ouvrage Fermont
  858. Ouvrage Flaut
  859. Ouvrage Fontvive Nord-ouest
  860. Ouvrage Four a Chaux
  861. Ouvrage Fressinen
  862. Ouvrage Galgenberg
  863. Ouvrage Gondran
  864. Ouvrage Gordolon
  865. Ouvrage Grand Hohekirkel
  866. Ouvrage Granges Communes
  867. Ouvrage Hackenberg
  868. Ouvrage Haut-Poirier
  869. Ouvrage Hobling
  870. Ouvrage Hochwald
  871. Ouvrage Immerhof
  872. Ouvrage Janus
  873. Ouvrage Kerfent
  874. Ouvrage Kobenbusch
  875. Ouvrage L'Agaisen
  876. Ouvrage La Beole
  877. Ouvrage La Dea
  878. Ouvrage La Moutiere
  879. Ouvrage La Serena
  880. Ouvrage Latiremont
  881. Ouvrage Laudrefang
  882. Ouvrage Le Lavoir
  883. Ouvrage Lembach
  884. Ouvrage Les Aittes
  885. Ouvrage Les Rochilles
  886. Ouvrage Mauvais Bois
  887. Ouvrage Metrich
  888. Ouvrage Michelsberg
  889. Ouvrage Molvange
  890. Ouvrage Mont Agel
  891. Ouvrage Mont des Welches
  892. Ouvrage Monte Grosso
  893. Ouvrage Mottemberg
  894. Ouvrage Oberheid
  895. Ouvrage Otterbiel
  896. Ouvrage Pas du Roc
  897. Ouvrage Plan Caval
  898. Ouvrage Plate Lombard
  899. Ouvrage Reservoir
  900. Ouvrage Restefond
  901. Ouvrage Rimplas
  902. Ouvrage Roche Lacroix
  903. Ouvrage Rochonvillers
  904. Ouvrage Rohrbach
  905. Ouvrage Roquebrunne
  906. Ouvrage Saint Antoine
  907. Ouvrage Saint Gobain
  908. Ouvrage Saint Ours Bas
  909. Ouvrage Saint Ours Haut
  910. Ouvrage Saint Ours Nord-est
  911. Ouvrage Saint Roch
  912. Ouvrage Sainte Agnes
  913. Ouvrage Salmagne
  914. Ouvrage Sapey
  915. Ouvrage Sarts
  916. Ouvrage Schiesseck
  917. Ouvrage Schoenenbourg
  918. Ouvrage Sentzich
  919. Ouvrage Simserhof
  920. Ouvrage Soetrich
  921. Ouvrage Teting
  922. Ouvrage Valdeblore
  923. Ouvrage Village Coume
  924. Ouvrage Welschhof
  925. Ouvry Lindfield Roberts
  926. Ova A. Kelley
  927. Over Here (TV serial)
  928. Overloon War Museum
  929. Overlord (1994 video game)
  930. Oveta Culp Hobby
  931. Ovitz family
  932. OVP (firearm)
  933. Owen Chamberlain
  934. Owen J. Baggett
  935. Owen submachine gun
  936. Owen Tudor Boyd
  937. Owen W. Siler
  938. Ox Emerson
  939. Oxmo Puccino
  940. Oy Insinööritoimisto Ratas

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