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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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Homefront B-29 Production

B-29s inbuilt Georgia helped the USA win the struggle with Japan. By Joe Kirby When Maj. Gen. Curtis Lemay, the hard-driving commander of the Twentieth U.S...

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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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The Mystery of the Amber Room

One of many biggest artwork treasures of Imperial Russia disappeared with the Nazis and has but to be discovered. By Chuck Lyons In September 1941, in the...

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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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Drama at the Klondike Aid Station

Father Francis L. Sampson risked his life to save lots of others in Normandy and was really helpful for the Medal of Honor. By Invoice Warnock Shellfire rocked...

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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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From Omaha Beach to Victory

Though injured 3 times, Personal First Class Ralph Puhalovich served within the Massive Purple One from Normandy to Czechoslovakia. By Ralph and Mark...

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Bombs, Booze, and Broads

Albert W. Boam, a former B-24 navigator, recollects his coaching, bombing the Reich, getting shot down, and surviving months in a German POW camp. By Glenn...