Month: June 2017

  • WWII

The Nevada and I Survived the War

A former sailor recalls his ship’s participation in one of the most momentous events of…

  • WWII

Was George S. Patton Murdered? New Light on an Old Conspiracy

Was Allied General George S. Patton murdered? New details are shedding more light on what…

  • WWII

A Luftwaffe Ace’s Joy-Ride in a Spitfire

95 years-old Luftwaffe ace Hugo Broch took to the skies for the first time in…

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  • WWII

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress vs. the Consolidated B-24 Liberator

The B-17 Flying Fortress vs. the B-24 Liberator—veterans of air campaigns in Europe and the…

  • WWII

First Week of the Bulge: Joachim Peiper’s Blitz For the Meuse

SS fanatic Joachim Peiper led Hitler’s desperate spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge.

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WWII Vehicles: German Motorcycles

The Third Reich employed a number of German motorcycles, a commonplace WWII vehicle, during the…

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Hitler’s Religion: Was Hitler an Atheist, Christian, or Something Else?

The religious beliefs of Adolf Hitler are frequently misunderstood as either Christian or Atheist. A…

  • Military History

Anglo-Saxon Thegns Vs. The Norse Viking Warriors

To a casual observer, there would be little to distinguish an Anglo-Saxon thegn from his…

  • WWII

5 Compelling First-Hand Accounts From D-Day

A paratrooper, a beachmaster, a combat engineer, British commandos, and Vierville civilians all give their…

  • WWII

Hitler’s Greatest Mistake: The Halt Order at Dunkirk

Without Hitler's halt order, the beaches of Dunkirk would have become a giant POW cage.