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Warfare History Network » The Raid on Bruneval To Capture German Radar

The daring Raid on Bruneval to seize German radar marked a serious turning level within the know-how battle of World Conflict II. by Robert Barr Smith By way...

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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 » Air Force Profiles: Pilot Phil Cochran

Air Drive Pilot Phil Cochran was the personification of cartoon character Flip Corkin. by Gerald Astor Superficially, Phil Cochran personified the WWII fighter...

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Waves of Murderous Assault

The Battle of Britain in mid-1940 resulted in a British victory and a key setback for the Nazi conflict machine. By Phil Zimmer Gerald “Zulu” Lewis peered from...

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The Fake Cities on America’s West Coast

By way of intelligent visible trickery, very important West Coast warplane crops have been made invisible to prying enemy aerial eyes. By Invoice Yenne Once I...

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NA-16 Wirraway: From Trainer to Fighter

The Australian Wirraway was pressured into a task for which it was not meant throughout World Struggle II. By Glenn Barnett By the mid-1930s many individuals...

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British General Orde Wingate’s Blurred Legacy

For British Common Orde Wingate, an image is value greater than 10,000 phrases. by Jon Diamond British Common Orde Wingate is likely one of the extra enigmatic...