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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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Warfare History Network » The Second Pearl Harbor

The West Loch catastrophe of Might 22, 1944, brought about in depth injury to harbor amenities. By Gene E. Salecker The primary explosion got here as an entire...

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The defective Mark 14 torpedo

From duds to lethal, the Mark 14 torpedo was troublesome at first for American submariners. By Mark Carlson Lieutenant Dan Daspit, captain of the U.S...

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Warfare History Network » Bloodbath in Aachen

The U.S. First Military confronted the daunting process in October 1944 of capturing the previous Imperial metropolis of Aachen. The Germans have been decided...

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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...