Category - Dunkirk

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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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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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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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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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The Fairey Swordfish Torpedo Bomber

Already outdated at first of World Conflict II, the Fairey Swordfish however contributed significantly to the British struggle effort. By Phil Zimmer Radar...

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Battle of Berlin: Third Reich Death Knell

The autumn of Berlin signaled the top of Nazi Germany and its reign of terror in occupied Europe. By David H. Lippman It started with what a German colonel...

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The Victoria Cross on D-Day

Sergeant Main Stan Hollis was the one British soldier to win the Victoria Cross on D-Day. By Michael D. Hull A chill breeze minimize via the early morning...

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Decision in the Dunes

The red-coated English infantry at Dunkirk sarcastically held the stability of energy between two French political factions within the seemingly infinite Wars...