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Flight Out of Hell

By Steven D. Smith   Within the predawn darkness of Dobodura, New Guinea, 2nd Lt. William J. Smith of the U.S. Military Air Corps was roughly woke up by a...

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The defective Mark 14 torpedo

From duds to lethal, the Mark 14 torpedo was troublesome at first for American submariners. By Mark Carlson Lieutenant Dan Daspit, captain of the U.S...

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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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Tragic Surrender

The day after Pearl Harbor, a big Japanese pressure descended on the British army at Singapore and gave Britain its most humiliating defeat. By Mark Simmons On...

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Greek Triumph at Plataea

Persian Basic Mardonius noticed a chance to crush the Greeks in July 479 BC close to Thebes. By Eric Niderost Persian King Xerxes I “The Nice” was a person who...

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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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Saga of the Eggbeater

Igor Sikorsky demonstrated the practicality of the helicopter to the U.S. Military in 1940. By Mark Albertson On September 14, 1939, Igor Sikorsky attained...

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Hellish WW2 Battle in a Tropical Paradise

Whereas not as properly often known as a few of the greater battles fought for Pacific islands, the 1944 battle for Eniwetok Atoll was each bit as brutal. By...

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The World’s Most Heroic Last Stands

WWII Historical past Journal contributor Christopher Miskimon shares with us his listing of historical past’s lengthy photographs and probably the most...