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Blazing A Trail For Women In Aviation Service

American Jacqueline Cochran blazed a path in aviation and contributed to the Allied conflict effort. by Michael D. Hull On September 28, 1939, the day after...

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Warfare History Network » “Bomber” Harris and His Royal Air Force Bomber Command

Controversial ‘Bomber’ Harris formed the British strategic air offensive towards Nazi Germany as head of the Royal Air Pressure Bomber Command. By...

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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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NA-16 Wirraway: From Trainer to Fighter

The Australian Wirraway was pressured into a task for which it was not meant throughout World Struggle II. By Glenn Barnett By the mid-1930s many individuals...

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Blue and Gray at Omaha Beach

The U.S. 29th infantry division fought its means ashore in Normandy on the bloodiest of D-Day seashores. By Main Basic Michael Reynolds The U.S. 29th Infantry...

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William R. Dunn: Eagle Squadron Pilot

American William R. Dunn was the primary Eagle Squadron pilot to shoot down a German plane in World Warfare II. by David Alan Johnson “I jammed the throttle...

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That Great Bitter Battle of Kohima

An understrength hodgepodge of British and Commonwealth troops held off a whole Japanese division through the Battle of Kohima. by Robert Barr Smith The 2...

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Warfare History Network » Arnhem’s Other Urquhart

By Jon Diamond The Hollywood army movie devotee will keep in mind the start of the epic, A Bridge Too Far, when a younger British airborne officer named Fuller...