Category - Punitive Expedition

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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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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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The Road to Nanking

A mixture of things led to a few of the worst atrocities in historical past. By Walter Zapotoczny Jr. On August 15, 1937, the Japanese Imperial Military bombed...

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The National Museum of the Marine Corps

Over half one million guests per yr come to the D.C. metro space to view the Corps’ proud 238-year historical past. By Al Hemingway Twenty miles outdoors...