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Colonel Hans-Ulrich Rudel became a legend flying the tank-busting Stuka.

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Stuka Legend Hans-Ulrich Rudel

By Michael E. Haskew

The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive-bomber proved itself an effective weapon of terror during the Spanish Civil War as part of Hitler’s Condor Legion. Read more

Although he rarely had a hit, ballplayer Morris "Moe" Berg scored in espionage.

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WWII Spies: Morris “Moe” Berg

by Eric Niderost

Morris “Moe” Berg was a man of many talents: linguist, lawyer, baseball player, spy. Although this Renaissance man gained a modicum of celebrity on the baseball diamond, Berg is best remembered as an operative for the OSS (Office of Strategic Services), a World War II forerunner of the U.S. Read more

Captain Bruno Mussolini, the son of Italian Fascist strongman Benito Mussolini, lost his life in a plane crash on August 7, 1941.

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Bruno Mussolini’s Untimely Death

by Michael Haskew

The Piaggio P-108 Bombardiere was a promising aircraft. Its four powerful engines and substantial 7,700-pound bomb payload gave it strategic capabilities, the only bomber produced in wartime Italy that could make that claim. Read more