The backstory to victory on D-Day
Before his days as head of the Luftwaffe, Hermann Goring, a World War I fighter ace, wrote a revealing essay on tactics used by the German air force in the Great War
As they moved through the jungle, Roy H. Elrod and his men experienced some of World War II’s most savage combat conditions
Germany built a ship that could outgun anything it couldn’t outrun. In 1940 it started hunting its prey
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