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Civil War Artillery

Civil Warfare mortars have been the scary precision artillery weapon of the Victorian Age. by John D. Gresham For a lot of its historical past, artillery has...

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Warfare History Network » The Second Pearl Harbor

The West Loch catastrophe of Might 22, 1944, brought about in depth injury to harbor amenities. By Gene E. Salecker The primary explosion got here as an entire...

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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...

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Flight Out of Hell

By Steven D. Smith   Within the predawn darkness of Dobodura, New Guinea, 2nd Lt. William J. Smith of the U.S. Military Air Corps was roughly woke up by a...

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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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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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Bloody Assault on Knoxville

Accomplice Lt. Gen. James Longstreet confronted a frightening process making an attempt to dislodge Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside’s Federals from Knoxville...

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Incident on the Yangtze

The U.S. Navy gunboat Panay was sunk by Japanese plane on the good Chinese language river, pushing the 2 nations nearer to warfare. By Michael D. Hull Whereas...

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Rampage on the River

In August 1944, the Allies adopted up the huge Normandy Invasion with one other in southern France referred to as Operation Dragoon. By Glenn Barnette and...

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Tragic Surrender

The day after Pearl Harbor, a big Japanese pressure descended on the British army at Singapore and gave Britain its most humiliating defeat. By Mark Simmons On...