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Medieval Weapons: The Composite Bow

The composite bow, which created and destroyed empires, was the simplest of medieval weapons earlier than the arrival of the gun. by O’Brien Browne Orderly...

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Warfare History Network » The Battle of Kawanakajima

Takeda Shingen and Uesugi Kenshin laid intricate plans main as much as the Battle of Kawanakajima, and the day was filled with surprises. by Vince Hawkins In...

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Warfare History Network » OSS Captain Frank Farrell Prosecuted Nazi Spy Ring In Postwar China

OSS Captain Frank Farrell was a journalist turned Marine turned spy who uncovered and delivered to justice Nazi spies working after the struggle in China. by...

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25 Bombing Missions Over Europe

B-17 radioman Thomas Fitzpatrick helped drop bombs over enemy territory from Foggia, Italy. By Kevin M. Hymel “Bombs away!”referred to as out the bombardier of...

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Warfare History Network » The USS Olympia: Largest Steel Warship Afloat

Commodore George Dewey’s flagship USS Olympia, which has survived wars and the ravages of time, discovered a house in Philadelphia. by Peter Suciu The oldest...

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Warfare History Network » USS Franklin and Father O’Callahan

Aboard the united statesFranklin, Father O’Callahan offered consolation and braveness throughout her darkest hour. by Michael D. Hull On March three, 1945, the...

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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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Warfare History Network » The Second Pearl Harbor

The West Loch catastrophe of Might 22, 1944, brought about in depth injury to harbor amenities. By Gene E. Salecker The primary explosion got here as an entire...