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To Die in the Marianas

To Die in the Marianas

Expecting a swift victory at Saipan, Guam, and Tinian in the Marianas, U.S. forces encountered a ferocious Japanese banzai attack and stiff resistance during weeks of fighting.   More »

The Battle of Saipan

The Battle of Saipan

During the Battle of Saipan, the United States invaded the island to construct air bases for bombers that would eventually strike at Japan itself.   More »

Low Level, No Guns

Low Level, No Guns

The great B-29 Tokyo Firebomb Mission of March 1945 killed more than 100,000 Japanese but may have won the war in the Pacific.
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Bushwhackers, Jayhawks, and Red Legs: Missouri’s Guerrilla War

Bushwhackers, Jayhawks, and Red Legs: Missouri’s Guerrilla War

By the time the Civil War began, opposing forces in Bleeding Kansas and Missouri had been killing each other for five years. And were very good at it.

Killing Squad: Nazi Germany’s Einsatzgruppen

Killing Squad: Nazi Germany’s Einsatzgruppen

The Nazi Einsatzgruppen began the World War II’s most closely guarded operation: the annihilation of the Jews.

Vietnam War Weapons: The AC-47 Gunship

Vietnam War Weapons: The AC-47 Gunship

The AC-47 gunship proved the concept of the aerial gunship as a close support weapon in the skies over Vietnam.

The Battle of Waynesboro: Jubal Early’s Last Stand

The Battle of Waynesboro: Jubal Early’s Last Stand

His army reduced to shambles, Confederate General Jubal Early waited uneasily at Waynesboro, Virginia, to do battle one last time with Phil Sheridan.

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