Category - Allies

Africa Albert Kesselring Allies American Americans Amiens Anzio army artillery British cavalry CIA Cisterna cod Crest D-Day Daily Distinguished Service Cross Emperor Nero Fifth Army Gallipoli General General Omar Bradley German Germans Germany grenadier GRU Gustav Line hitler Italian Campaign Italy John P. Lucas Lloyd Fredendall luftwaffe Maginot Line Mediterranean Mexico military Movies Naples NATO Nazi Nazi Germany nero Nettuno New Mexico New York Ney Normandy normandy landing normandy landings north africa Odo Operation Shingle OSS Pancho Villa Panzer Philippines POW Punitive Expedition Raf Rapido River riga river Rome sam SAS Sicily Silver Star Tanks Tern Texas Thor Tory Troy ULTRA United States US Army VI Corps virginia weapons West Virginia WIN Winston Churchill World War I wounded WWII WWII History August 2017 Xico XIV Corps

U.S. Army Failure at Anzio

Common John P. Lucas, commanding the Allied troops at Anzio, has been criticized for his choice to delay the advance on Rome. By Steve Ossad Hitler referred to...

1st Infantry Division 2nd armored division Aachen Adolf Hitler air raid airborne Alfred Jodl Allied Expeditionary Force Allies Alsace American Americans antitank gun Ardennes army artillery battle of aachen Bazooka Berlin Bernard Montgomery British Camouflage Charlemagne CIA Company B Courtney Hodges Crete D-Day Daily Destroyers Dice EAM Eastern Front Falaise Falaise Pocket Flamethrower France French General General Omar Bradley Gerd von Rundstedt German Germans Germany grenadier Hermann Göring hitler Holland Howitzer Hürtgen hürtgen forest Imperial Germany iron cross james lance Lightning Joe luftwaffe machine gun Meal military Military Heritage January 2018 Mortar Movies Nazi Nazi Party Ney Normandy NSA OSS Panzer Polish POW Prussia Race to Berlin radio Rhine River Rhineland river roer river Roman Russia sam SAS Scharnhorst Sherman Tank siegfried Line Sniper spear Squad Tanks Tern The Division The Eastern Front The Western Front Third Reich Tory Troy volksgrenadiers Walter Model weapons Western Front WIN World War I wounded WWII XI Corps

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...

Allies Axis Battle of Shanghai Bridge House Hotel Chiang Kai-shek China Doolittle Raid Fall of Shanghai Geneva Convention Japan Japanese Kempeitai Movies Oriental Mission Shanghai Pacific Theater POW Shanghai Sino-Japanese War Special Operations Executive (SOE) Victor Sassoon Wake Island Winfield Scott WWII Yangtze River

Crimes of the Kempeitai in Shanghai

Shanghai’s notorious Bridge Home Lodge was a spot of torture and demise for untold numbers of Chinese language and Allied prisoners. By Eric Niderost By the...

Adolf Hitler Africa African-American after d-day airborne Allies American Americans Ardennes Ardennes Offensive armed forces army Army Ground Forces Army Rangers artillery Axis Bastogne British Burma cavalry China CIA Civil War Confederate confederate general Czechoslovakia D-Day Daily Dice during the civil war Dwight D. Eisenhower Europe European Theater Fifth Army Florence Fort Benning Fort Donelson France Gela General General George C. Marshall General George S. Patton General Omar Bradley Geneva Geneva Convention German Germans Germany Guam Hawaii hitler iceland india Italy james Japan Japanese Jeep John J Pershing Leyte Luzon Manila Mary medal of honor military military aviation Movies national guard Normandy north africa Odo Okinawa Old Ironsides OSS Pacific Pacific Theater Pearl Harbor pearl harbor attack Philippines POW POWs Rangers riga Riva Ridge Royal Air Force Russia sam Santiago SAS Sicily siegfried Line Simon Bolivar Buckner Sniper South Pacific Soviet Union spear Stalin Stonewall Jackson Teddy Roosevelt Tern Texas the civil war The Division The Pacific the pearl harbor the pearl harbor attack Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt Jr Thor Tory Tula Tunis Tunisia Union United States us armed forces US Army us military Utah Beach V-E Day Wii WIN World War I wounded WWI WWII wwii history XIV Corps

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...

Allies Ambulance American Ardennes Army Ground Forces army hospital Austria Avranches Axis Battle of the Bulge battlefield Belgium Berlin British British Army cannon cavalry Charles de Gaulle CIA Clement Attlee cod combat mission concentration camp Courtney Hodges Czechoslovakia Daily Dice Distinguished Service Cross Dwight D. Eisenhower EAM Eduard Benes Europe European Theater France French Gaul General General George S. Patton General Walter Bedell Smith Geneva Geneva Convention Geoffrey Keyes German Germany Gestapo GRU Harry S. Truman Hawaii Heinrich Himmler Henry L. Stimson Henry Morgenthau Hirohito Hitlerjugend hollywood Japan Japanese Jeep John J Pershing John Waters Knife Korea Korean War lance london Luxembourg Marshal Georgi Zhukov max amann Meal medal of honor Mein Kampf military military historian Mongols Movies Munich NATO Nazi Nazi Germany Nazi Party New York OSS Pacific Pacific Theater Panzer Paris Paul von Hindenburg Potsdam Declaration POW Red Army Robert Patterson Russia SAS Sicily Silver Star Soviet Army Soviet Union Squad Stalin Stars and Stripes Sweden Tanks Tern the battle of the bulge the korean war The Pacific Thor Tory Troy Tunis Tunisia U.S. Third Army Union United States US Army us military USS Augusta Walter Dorn War Bonds war in europe weapons wehrmacht WIN WWII

General George S. Patton, Jr.: Death & Final Days

Following his marketing campaign in Western Europe, George S. Patton had problem adjusting to peacetime and was fatally injured in an vehicle accident. by Main...