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Warfare History Network » Bloodbath in Aachen

The U.S. First Military confronted the daunting process in October 1944 of capturing the previous Imperial metropolis of Aachen. The Germans have been decided...

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Every man an Emperor

The First Canadian Parachute Battalion jumps to victory on D-Day June 6, 1944. By Patrick J. Chaisson Sergeant William R. Kelly crashed via the treetops...

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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...

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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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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...