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Passchendaele

The epic Battle of Passchendaele, also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, was fought July 31 through November 10, 1917, for control of several ridges south and east of the Belgian city of Ypres. Although Passchendaele may be considered an Allied victory, the three-month campaign remains shrouded in controversy, particularly as it relates to the human cost.

Mishap at Maleme

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 »



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MIS-X’s Shadowy Secrets: Aiding Allied POW Escapes

MIS-X’s Shadowy Secrets: Aiding Allied POW Escapes

One of the most obscure of American intelligence organizations during World War II, MIS-X played a vital role in aiding the escape of American POWs.

Frederick’s Devil’s Brigade & Bringing Back the V-42 Stiletto

Frederick’s Devil’s Brigade & Bringing Back the V-42 Stiletto

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Frederick and the Devil’s Brigade took Monte La Difensa, his trusty V-42 stiletto always at the ready.

Military Weapons: The M2 Browning .50-cal

Military Weapons: The M2 Browning .50-cal

From its inception, the M2 Browning .50-Caliber Machine Gun has been considered one of the deadliest (and highest produced) weapons ever made.

Exercise Tiger: Deadly D-Day Rehearsal

Exercise Tiger: Deadly D-Day Rehearsal

In April 1944, Exercise Tiger proved to be a grisly rehearsal for the D-Day Invasion less than two months later.

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