Category - GRU

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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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General George S. Patton, Jr.: Death & Final Days

Following his marketing campaign in Western Europe, George S. Patton had problem adjusting to peacetime and was fatally injured in an vehicle accident. by Main...

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Bloody Assault on Knoxville

Accomplice Lt. Gen. James Longstreet confronted a frightening process making an attempt to dislodge Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside’s Federals from Knoxville...

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Preview Of the Cold War

Throughout Operation Frantic on the Japanese Entrance, American bombers used Soviet bases for shuttle runs towards the Axis targets. by Wil Deac Early on the...

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Incident on the Yangtze

The U.S. Navy gunboat Panay was sunk by Japanese plane on the good Chinese language river, pushing the 2 nations nearer to warfare. By Michael D. Hull Whereas...

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Belgrade Blitz

German forces overran Yugoslavia quickly within the Spring of 1941. By John W. Osborn, Jr. It was probably the most thrilling scene Related Press correspondent...

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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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Baptism of Fire: The SS in Poland

Hitler’s elite bodyguard and different SS models have been reworked through the Polish marketing campaign into actual preventing males and have become...

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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...