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Warfare History Network » Medal of Honor Recipient George Mabry

A Veteran of D-Day, the Huertgen Forest, and the Bulge, Medal of Honor recipient Preventing George Mabry was a troublesome little hero of WWII. by Gerald Astor...

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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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Breakthrough at Sedan

The German idea of cellular warfare was conclusively confirmed when the Wehrmacht breached the French defenses at Sedan in Might 1940. By Christopher Miskimon...