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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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Battle for Tolvarjarvi

A pivotal engagement through the bitter Winter Struggle between the Soviet Union and Finland had far reaching penalties. By David H. Lippman From Leningrad to...

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The Mystery of the Amber Room

One of many biggest artwork treasures of Imperial Russia disappeared with the Nazis and has but to be discovered. By Chuck Lyons In September 1941, in the...

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Infantryman’s War atop Pork Chop Hill

The climactic wrestle for management of Hill 255 in July 1953 pitted hordes of decided Chinese language towards gritty U.S. troopers. By Phil Zimmer The tennis...