Category - European Theater

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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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William R. Dunn: Eagle Squadron Pilot

American William R. Dunn was the primary Eagle Squadron pilot to shoot down a German plane in World Warfare II. by David Alan Johnson “I jammed the throttle...

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Daylight Bombing Gamble: The Schweinfurt–Regensburg Mission

The Schweinfurt–Regensburg Mission was an formidable gamble taken by the U.S. Military Air Forces in an effort to cripple German army manufacturing. by Richard...

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The OSS and the Fourth Dimension of Warfare

John Singlaub served as a covert operative in Europe and the Pacific. Under is Bob Bergin’s interview with Singlaub, first revealed in 2008. by Bob...

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Caring for the Casualties in World War II

The U.S. Military Medical Corps coped with hundreds of wounded troopers throughout World Struggle II. by Glenn Barnett For hundreds of years wounded troopers...

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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...