From Hell to Victory is definately a Tarantino fave so I've found.
Other films that may have influenced Tarantino? ;
The Great Escape (Dir. John Struges - 1963)
Hell's Brigade: The Final Assault (Dir. Leon Klimovsky - 1969)
Dirty Heroes (Dir. Alberto De Martino - 1967)
Kelly's Heroes (Dir. Brian G. Hutton - 1970)
Paths of Glory (Dir. Stanley Kubrick - 1957)
Battle of Britain (Dir. Guy Hamilton - 1969)
The Great Escape, obviously the most famous with Tarantino favorite and Death Wish star Charles Bronson, as well as Steve Mcqueen - Hell's Brigade.. sounds like it was ahead of it's time in that it was an uncredited exploitation flick and many think it stinks, but it has Jack Palance in it!? - Dirty Heroes has actually been mentioned in association with Inglorious Bastards by Tarantino a number of times, so a definate influence! - Kelly's Heroes jumped out at me because it's just overshooting that 60s war-movie slot Tarantino has been researching but it looks like a great 'men on a mission' war film from the trailer, plus it stars Fistful of Dollars star Clint Eastwood, so it must have attracted Tarantino's attention surely? - Similarly Paths of Glory undercuts the 60s war-movie subgenre by 2 years and is more of a straight laced film by the looks of things, but it's directed by the master himself (2nd only to Kurosawa) Kubrick and since it's well known that Kubrick's The Killing is a big influence on Tarantino I would have thought he would have considered this war film, plus it stars Kirk Douglas - and finally I've heard Tarantino mention Battle of Britain before in context with Castellari's Inglorious Bastards, and what i get from what he says, he thinks Battle of Britain is a key-player in it's 1960's war-movie context (e.g. I think one of the actors in it was requested by Castellari after Battle of Britain's shooting, to appear in some of Inglorious Bastards), however as a movie on it's own he thinks it's a bit 'reserved' and maybe overly factual compared to other films mentioned in this thread for instance.