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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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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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The Fall of Seringapatam

The British resolved to scale back the facility of French ally Tipu Sultan in the course of the Fourth Anglo-Mysore Struggle. By Charles Hilbert As converging...

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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...