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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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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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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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Sinking the Yamato and Musashi

The Age of the Battleship died when the world’s mightiest warships–the Yamato and the Musashi–succumbed to superior airpower. By Herb Kugel Particular Sea...

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Ted Crosby’s Air War in the Pacific

Throughout livid fights over the Pacific, naval aviator Ted Crosby shot down 5 Japanese planes in in the future. By Eric Niderost Lieutenant (j.g.) John “Ted”...