They are defiantly NOT American centric. If anything they more German and British centric. He talks about events, locations about historical events about the wars. His presentation style is similar to Rick's videos on a wide range of topics, locations, and people. He does a lot of comparing photo comparing of locations from around the time of the war, over the years with today. And like Rick's videos he points out really interesting facts. Be careful, like Rick's videos they can be addictive.
Here's a link to a video on Obersalzberg, the Berghoff, Eagles Nest, the train station and the surrounding area. He has pictures during the war, after the area was bombed, the destruction in the 1950s and what it looks like today.
Another really interesting one he created was on von Ribbentrop gold. He takes you to the lakes where the gold tossed said to have been tossed in the lake. Never to be seen again. Except not too long ago a young girl playing in one of the lakes, ready for this? Found one of the Nazi gold bars.
Just as good is the story of the Amber Room. I think Steve briefly talked about it on one of his videos. But this guy has a video which goes into a lot of detail and shows where the panels from the Amber Room were thought to be. It's part of a church and parking lot.
He has an interesting video from the days after Hitler's suicide and the provisional or Flensburg Government lead by Karl Donitz in Flensburg. Would be an interesting place to visit.
Here's video on the last remaining E-Boat. It's in England. This boat discovered full scale D-Day practice operations in Slapton Sand, England and attacked. The battle that ensued was the Americans against the Americans resulting in a high death toll. There's a memorial in Slaton Sands one can visit. It appears this boat is on display in England.