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Combative Comics Anthology By Max Estes
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An anthology of comics created at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design for the Visual Narratives: Comics and the Graphic Novel continuing education class.
Combative Comics Anthology By Max Estes
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An anthology of comics created at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design for the Visual Narratives: Comics and the Graphic Novel continuing education class.
WW2 Combat By Age of Adventure
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AofA re-launches its low priced Digests with a little bundle of locked and loaded dynamite! Short prose action and classic War comics bundled together for a blast of adventure. Action, drama, even... More > a laugh or two all set against the backdrop of WW2 and America's Fighting Army! New stories by T.J.Glenn, Wayne Skiver, and Norm Stanton, alongside blazing war comic classics!< Less
WW2 Combat By Age of Adventure
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AofA re-launches its low priced Digests with a little bundle of locked and loaded dynamite! Short prose action and classic War comics bundled together for a blast of adventure. Action, drama, even... More > a laugh or two all set against the backdrop of WW2 and America's Fighting Army! New stories by T.J.Glenn, Wayne Skiver, and Norm Stanton, alongside blazing war comic classics!< Less
World War 2 Flying Tigers Volume 2 By Ronald Ledwell
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The Flying Tigers: The dark days at the beginning of World War 2 saw the Japanese victorious across the Pacific. Clair Chennault was called to China by Chiang Kai-Shek to help his failing Chinese Air... More > Force combat the Japanese Imperial Army. Chennault recruited one hundred American pilots as volunteers for the American Volunteer Group and they were secretly sent to China by ship. With one hundred and twenty P-40 fighters the “AVG” confronted the Japanese armed forces, decisively helping to stem the rising Japanese tide.< Less
World War 2 Eastern Front By Ronald Ledwell
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EASTERN FRONT: The strategic movement into the Crimea and the battle of Sevastopol was another one of Hitler’s grand schemes into which he bullied the German General Staff. At its center were... More > the oil fields in the Caucasus, but it was a plan that should have waited until the Russian Forces were soundly defeated. The Germans were coming up against better Russian Equipment as the war ground slowly on. The appearance of the superb Russian T-34 tank and newer field guns should have tipped the Germans off. Sound war management dictated the destruction of the Russian Army first: then the new industrial facilities beyond the Ural Mountains. To do this effectively, the Germans would have needed a bigger and more powerful Luftwaffe, with true strategic capabilities, including four engine bombers and long range fighters.< Less
World War 2 Operation Barbarosa By Ronald Ledwell
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OPERATION BARBAROSSA: One hundred and ten German Divisions smashed across the Russian Border in June of 1941, destroying and encircling every Russian Army in its path. The poorly led and equipped... More > Russians fell back into the vast recesses of the Russian Steppe, biding their time until the newly erected factories East of the Ural Mountains began to produce and then out produce the German ability to destroy them. By 1943, the Germans were in full retreat. The defeats at Stalingrad, North Africa and the U-Boat offensive, forced the Germans over on to the defense, vainly trying to contain a shrinking front line.< Less
World War 2 Stand on the Oder By Ronald Ledwell
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Stand on the Oder: In Hitler’s Wehrmacht, the term “Special Forces” applied to something quite different from the Allied notion of an elite, but small battle unit. The German... More > “Special Forces” were composed of large independent battle groups or “Kampfgruppen” operating with their own artillery, tanks and heavy weapons. They were designed to operate under special conditions and while not as large as a division they were large enough to hold the line in an emergency. Rapid response was the critical variable here. Sometimes cobbled together in the fog of battle from dissimilar units, i.e.: Paratrooper, Armored, Luftwaffe and even Naval units and pushed into critical hot spots in the front line, to hold until reinforced.< Less
World War 2 The OSS Volume 2 By Ronald Ledwell
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While the Battle of Normandy raged, Allied Commanders launched the invasion of the “Soft Underbelly” of Europe in the south of France. The Germans had been stripping the French... More > Mediterranean of its defensive divisions to throw into the cauldron in Normandy. Inserting O.S.S. Special Forces prior to the invasion, the Allies activated the French Underground to begin operating behind German lines, disrupting German communications and the movement of German Units throughout the mountainous terrain that made up the physical contours of the Cote d’ Azur. With most major divisions sent north, the Germans stripped local naval and Luftwaffe units into cohesive land forces to confront the Allied Invasion, but the German defenses quickly collapsed, and they fled north in attempts to join the Normandy Battle.< Less
World War 2 Anzio By Ronald Ledwell
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When the Allies landed at Anzio the success of an amphibious landing at that location, a beach surrounded by mountains, depended completely on the element of surprise and the swiftness with which the... More > invaders could move before the defenders reacted. Any delay could result in the occupation of the mountains by the defenders and the consequent entrapment of the invaders. General Lucas, who preferred to take time to entrench against an expected counterattack allowed the German Forces in the area to react and seize the high ground in the mountains that surrounded Anzio.< Less