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“The Enemy Must Be Annihilated”

“The Enemy Must Be Annihilated”

By Patrick J. Chaisson
It was an amphibious commander’s worst nightmare—swarms of enemy tanks, spitting death with every cannon shell and machine-gun burst, smashing through the American beachhead. Stunned GIs were crushed in their foxholes by the unstoppable leviathans, or bayoneted by accompanying infantry. The few Allied fighting vehicles then on   More »



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