Category - Bernard Montgomery

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The Story of Lud Labutka

Trooper Lud Labutka of the 502nd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, fought his approach via Normandy, Holland, and the Battle of the Bulge...

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The Blonde Beast of Birkenau and Belsen

Nazi camp guard Irma Grese, who reveled within the torture and homicide of internees, was, at 22, the youngest conflict legal hanged. By Cynthia Southern “She...

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Philippe Leclerc: The French Desert Fox

Philippe Leclerc was among the many better of the allied area commanders of World Warfare II. By André Bernole & Glenn Barnett On November 28, 1947, a...

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Last Stand in Leipzig, 1945

After Basic Dwight D. Eisenhower determined towards advancing on Berlin, American troops captured Leipzig, Germany’s fifth largest metropolis. By Michael E...

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Operation Plunder: Crossing the Rhine

Subject Marshal Bernard Montgomery meticulously deliberate the 21st Military Group crossing of the mighty Rhine. by David Lippman “I’m busy preparing for...

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Warfare History Network » Arnhem’s Other Urquhart

By Jon Diamond The Hollywood army movie devotee will keep in mind the start of the epic, A Bridge Too Far, when a younger British airborne officer named Fuller...