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Ace of Aces

Erich Hartmann amassed a remarkable tally of 352 aerial victories during World War II.   More »

Ace of Aces

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Survival off Samar

In an epic stand against overwhelming odds, Taffy 3 held off a powerful Japanese task force during the battle of Leyte Gulf.   More »

Survival off Samar

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Mishap at Maleme

A series of mistakes cost the British dearly in the defense of a critical airfield during the German offensive against the island of Crete.   More »

Mishap at Maleme

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Battle for Tolvarjarvi

A pivotal engagement during the bitter Winter War between the Soviet Union and Finland had far reaching consequences.   More »

Battle for Tolvarjarvi

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Combat Soldier and POW

Corporal Ray Allen Miller remembered his experiences during World War II and wrote an earnest firsthand account of combat and survival.   More »

Combat Soldier and POW

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The Mighty Beau

One of the earliest multi-role aircraft of World War II, the Bristol Beaufighter was always dependable.   More »

The Mighty Beau

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A Triumph of Gunnery

The British defeated a larger Spanish fleet in February 1797 in the battle of Cape St. Vincent. The victory confirmed the Royal Navy’s superiority.   More »

A Triumph of Gunnery


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The Duke of Wellington’s Preparations for the Battle of Waterloo

The Duke of Wellington’s Preparations for the Battle of Waterloo

The Duke of Wellington did not share Napoleon Bonaparte’s strategic brilliance, but his own strengths played their part at the Battle of Waterloo.

Swan Song for the CSS Shenandoah

Swan Song for the CSS Shenandoah

Built in Scotland in 1864, CSS Shenandoah was the last Confederate commerce destroyer to operate on the high seas.

Survival: The Story of the USS Franklin

Survival: The Story of the USS Franklin

Considered one of the greatest survival sagas of World War II, the story of the USS Franklin is almost too fantastic to believe.

Mark Twain Joins the Marion Rangers

Mark Twain Joins the Marion Rangers

After the Civil War ended his career as a river pilot, Sam Clemens joined the Marion Rangers, a new Confederate militia unit in Hannibal, Missouri.

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