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Being there . . . to assist in the creation of the American Army’s technological communications, throughout World War II

                                             Defeating Hitler and Tojo with the U.S. Army Signal Corps Vehicles, 1941 – 45 An Overview: “U.S. Army Signal Corps Vehicles 1941 – 45, A CASEMATE Illustrated Special” by Didier Andres. Hardcover, 8”x10”, 160 pages; Kindle, $22.99, hc $37.95, Email: casemate@casematepublishers.com. The U.S. Army Signal Corps was at the forefront of technological development …

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Being there . . . with the heroines of the British Secret Service in World War II

Being there . . . with the heroines of the British Secret Service in World War II Countless Women of Valor, Prowess, and Gallantry Also Fought to the Bitter End Reviewed and Recommended by Don DeNevi By the end of September 1937, when Hitler pivoted his gargantuan armies and assorted armed forces from Poland to …

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Two Best World War II Book-Buys for Christmas and the New Year

Once Unheralded McFarland & Company Now ALeading Military Publishing In America Reviewed by Don DeNevi World over, no matter who writes them, precise, truthful, passionate, and compassionate books of war are rare. In America today, of the dozens of publishers who feature them, less than a handful have been able to emerge from the shadows …

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How the German High Command Supported the Bolsheviks in World War I

In 1917, Germany was at war not only with Russia, but the United States, Great Britain, and France. Those enemies gave Germany’s army two fronts in Western and Eastern Europe. As the USA joined the Triple Entente in 1917, Germany had to win World War I sooner rather than later. Aside from its army, the …

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Uncovering Tunnels of World War I: The Falkenhausen Tunnel

In August 2019, Association des Souterrains Allemands de Puisaleine et des Environs 14/18, reopened a German underground network which was created during the Spring of 1916 on the battlefield of the French department Oise. This incredible network of underground tunnels, named “Falkenhausen Tunnel”, has 3 levels and extends over 400m (1312 feet) in length. A.S.A.P.E. …

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REVIEW: Sent by the Iron Sky – The legacy of an American Parachute Battalion (3/506th) in World War II

This book primarily focuses on the 3rd Battalion of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, a key contributor to the overall allied airborne assaults during World War II. Although most of the favorable press goes to the 2nd Battalion due to the success of the Book and film, Band of Brothers, any of the airborne infantry …

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