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Warfare History Network » Air Force Profiles: Pilot Phil Cochran

Air Drive Pilot Phil Cochran was the personification of cartoon character Flip Corkin. by Gerald Astor Superficially, Phil Cochran personified the WWII fighter...

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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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Warfare History Network » German Female Glider & Fighter Pilot Hanna Reitsch

When she died in 1979, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung referred to as Hanna Reitsch ‘probably the most profitable lady flier of all time.’ by...

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U.S. Military Generals in World War II

Comparatively few U.S. generals misplaced their lives in World Warfare II. by Thomas R. Cagley Common George S. Patton, Jr., as soon as stated, “A military is...

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General Alvan Gillem’s Invasion of Germany

Basic Alvan C. Gillem led the hard-charging XIII Corps throughout the Rhine into the guts of Nazi Germany. By Chris J. Hartley America had not but entered...

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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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Rampage on the River

In August 1944, the Allies adopted up the huge Normandy Invasion with one other in southern France referred to as Operation Dragoon. By Glenn Barnette and...

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Breakthrough at Sedan

The German idea of cellular warfare was conclusively confirmed when the Wehrmacht breached the French defenses at Sedan in Might 1940. By Christopher Miskimon...

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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...