Month: May 2017

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Reassessing Rommel: Anti-Nazi Hero or Opportunist?

Seventy years later, should the “Desert Fox” be considered an anti-Nazi hero or a faithful…

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The Uncommon Valor of the Marines on Iwo Jima

The United States 3rd, 4th, and 5th Marine divisions faced their sternest trials by fire…

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The Ill-Fated Goettge Patrol

Unprepared, a group of 25 American Marines fell victim to one of the first publicized…

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La Gleize Battle of the Bulge Museum

The museum at La Gleize, Belgium is considered among the best museums dedicated to the…

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Remembering a Day of Remembrance

Flint Whitlock takes a look at the history of Memorial Day, from its establishment on…

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When the Wehrmacht and American GIs Joined Forces to Fight the Waffen-SS

In 1945, an unconventional alliance between the Wehrmacht and American forces helped to lift the…

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75th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway

Three quarters of a century have passed since the epic Battle of Midway.

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Colonel Creighton Abrams at the Battle of the Bulge

Relieving weary paratroopers of an epic eight-day siege at Bastogne, Colonel Abrams became one of the heroes…

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Naval Warfare Strategies: Crossing the T

Since the 20th Century, capping or crossing the t has been a time-honored naval strategy…

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Polish Cavalry Myth Debunked: CNBC vs the Polish Embassy

The Polish Embassy responds to CNBC Host Jim Cramer's joke about "Polish cavalry against German…