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Death of the Graf Spee

Death of the Graf Spee

By Michael D. Hull
When German dictator Adolf Hitler loosed his troops into Poland on Friday, September 1, 1939, he hoped that a lightning conquest would result in a negotiated peace with Great Britain and France.
Hitler’s previous territorial moves during the appeasement years had failed to provoke the two nations into   More »

Death of the Tirpitz

Death of the Tirpitz

By Blaine Taylor
April 1, 1939, was a red-letter day in the history of the reborn German Kriegsmarine for two key reasons. First, Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler presented the fleet’s chief, Erich Raeder, with an ornate, icon-studded Navy blue baton of office as the first grand admiral since the days of   More »



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Charlie Bond’s Air Duels

Charlie Bond’s Air Duels

American Volunteer Group (AVG) pilot Charlie Bond fought the Japanese in the skies above China.

The Four Days’ Battle: A Dutch Triumph

The Four Days’ Battle: A Dutch Triumph

Admiral Michiel de Ruyter’s Dutch fleet overpowered Admiral General George Monck’s English fleet in a protracted naval clash in June 1666.

Military Intelligence: The Civil War Provost Guard

Military Intelligence: The Civil War Provost Guard

The Confederate provost guard functioned as a combination rear guard and prison keeper during the American Civil War.

May 8, 1945: V-E Day and the Surrender of Germany

May 8, 1945: V-E Day and the Surrender of Germany

Today, May 8, 1945 is known as ‘V-E Day,’ marking the surrender of Germany and the Axis powers in Europe.

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