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Warfare History Network » Winston Churchill’s Two Battles

Winston Churchill’s Britain not solely needed to fend off the highly effective Luftwaffe but in addition defeat isolationism in America. by David Alan...

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Warfare History Network » German Female Glider & Fighter Pilot Hanna Reitsch

When she died in 1979, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung referred to as Hanna Reitsch ‘probably the most profitable lady flier of all time.’ by...

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Warfare History Network » Bloodbath in Aachen

The U.S. First Military confronted the daunting process in October 1944 of capturing the previous Imperial metropolis of Aachen. The Germans have been decided...

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Hitler’s Race to the Muse

Hasso von Manteuffel’s Fifth Panzer Military had a strict timetable to succeed in the Meuse River in the course of the Battle of the Bulge. The People wrecked...

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U.S. Military Generals in World War II

Comparatively few U.S. generals misplaced their lives in World Warfare II. by Thomas R. Cagley Common George S. Patton, Jr., as soon as stated, “A military is...

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The Waffen-SS: Evolution of Armed Evil

The Waffen-SS developed because the army arm of Hitler’s personal Nazi military. By Allyn Vannoy In 1933 a portion of the Nazi Celebration’s Schutzstaffel (SS)...

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Captured! Belgium’s Mighty Fort Eben-Emael

How did the World’s first gliderborne assault seize the world’s strongest fortress? By Roy Stevenson At four:25am within the predawn darkness of Might...

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General Alvan Gillem’s Invasion of Germany

Basic Alvan C. Gillem led the hard-charging XIII Corps throughout the Rhine into the guts of Nazi Germany. By Chris J. Hartley America had not but entered...

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Controversial Ambassador to Great Britain

America’s controversial ambassador to Nice Britain, and father of a future U.S. president, needed to maintain America out of the conflict with Nazi Germany. By...