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The ‘Grossdeutschland’ Division in World War II; Germany’s French Allies 1941- 45; Panzer III vs T-34

Being there . . . . few subjects in World War II, Europe, during the past eight decades have hadthe power to attract more interest, or generate greater fascination, than Hitler’s inability totake Stalingrad, and consequently the Eastern Front, and/or failure to effectively subdue all ofFrance while attempting to transform her into a French-Nazi ally. …

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Army Combat Medics in the Vietnam War

Being there . . . this time in South Vietnam, side by side, with nine U.S. combat medics whodiscuss their highly trained professional experiences battling the near deaths of Americansoldiers, including OFTEN those of the enemy and civilians. Today, “the Vietnam War” ascribesour political and military extension of the French Indochina Campaign that continued long …

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Hamburg 1940-45; Me 163 vs Allied Heavy Bombers; Fw 190 Sturmjager

Being there . . . . by 10 May of 1940 when the Allied bombing of Germany began. One worryafter another began piling up for the German people who kept asking why the Fuehrer was notvisiting the bombed cities, railroad yards, and armament industries. “Why”, they asked, “isGoering nowhere to be seen?”, “Why doesn’t our …

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From Yeomanettes to Fighter Jets; Skies of Thunder

Being there . . . for the current exceptional coverage of two early summertime reads dealingwith war matters until this time unknown, ignored, or beyond the usual military sphere. In bothbooks there are no finer definitions of courage and bravery, while, simply put, readingrelishable narratives. If the focus on the following two subject matters is …

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