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A Short History Ww 2 By Scott Casterson
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World War II was one of the most imperative times in the 1900’s. It has lead to some of the major improvements we now see in the area of technology. It also laid the foundation that led to... More > post-war social changes such as the end of colonialism in Europe, the civil rights movement in America and the opportunity to begin space exploration. The war included nations such as Nazi Germany, Italy, Japan and their others allies as well as Britain, the USSR and the United States of America.< Less
Gunner's Tales and Memories of WW2 By Caroline J Eddleston
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This book is unique collection of real life tales re-told by the "Gunner's" in their own words. The book includes un-published diaries written during the war, whilst the men were on... More > campaign. These brave soldiers could have been court-martialled had they been caught writing them. The author Caroline J. Eddleston wrote this book in collaboration with the Lowestoft Royal Artillery Association. Caroline also writes for the Military Historical Society of Great Britain and she won the Lummis Cup in 2008, the first woman to have ever been presented with this prestigious award in the 20 years of its inception.< Less
Our Story Part 1 WW2 - Java By Graham and Bartha Hill
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This is the story of Prof and Mrs Graham and Bartha Hill from their time during the second world war until the time they went on the mission field in Java Indonesia. It is a book written for their... More > children and grandchildren and reflects God's grace in their lives.< Less
Why Don't We Learn from History? By B.H. Liddell Hart
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Sir Basil Henry Liddell Hart (31 October 1895 – 29 January 1970), commonly known throughout most of his career as Captain B. H. Liddell Hart, was an English soldier, military historian and... More > military theorist. He is often credited with greatly influencing the development of armoured warfare.< Less
The History of the 43rd Infantry Division, 1941-1945 By Joseph E. Zimmer, Colonel, Infantry (Retired)
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Merriam Press Military Monograph No. 23. First eBook Edition 2015. The story of the U.S. Army’s 43rd “Winged Victory” Division whose memorable record in World War II will stand... More > forever as an inspiration to all freedom-loving Americans. The Division was organized following World War I, and was made up of National Guard troops from the New England States—Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Connecticut. Many of the organizations, particularly the Infantry Regiments and the Field Artillery Battalions had World War I records, and some had histories dating back to the days of the Revolutionary War. The 43rd saw duty and combat in such places as New Zealand, New Caledonia, Guadalcanal, the Russells, New Georgia, Munda, Arundel, New Guinea, invasion of Lingayen, the Shimbu Line, and Ipo Dam, as well as the surrender and occupation. 58 photos and illustrations, 14 maps.< Less
History Military Weapons T29 Heavy Tank By Cicero Rodrigues
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The T29 tank was a milestone at the end of World War II. Learn more about the T29. richly illustrated.
History Military Weapons T29 Heavy Tank By Cicero Rodrigues
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The T29 tank was a milestone at the end of World War II. Learn more about the T29. richly illustrated.
An Informal History of the 697th Field Artillery Battalion By Major Hermon E. Smith
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Merriam Press Military Reprint MR28 (First Reprint Edition, 2015). The 697th Field Artillery Battalion not only has a history stemming from the oldest battery in the U.S. Army, but it also has the... More > distinction of being the first 240mm howitzer battalion formed for World War II. To carry on this proud history the 697th Field Artillery was the first 240mm howitzer outfit to enter combat in World War II, when it was committed under the aegis of the Fifth Army at Cassino, Italy, on 30 January 1944. From that time until 8 May 1945 when "Peace through Victory" was secured, the battalion remained in combat to become the last 240mm howitzer battalion to continue actively in battle in the European Theater. Contents: Historical Background; Italy; France and Germany; Peace; Appendices: Campaigns, Battalion Soft Ball Team, List of Awards, Commendations, Roster of Officers, Headquarters Battery, Medical Detachment, A Battery, B Battery, C Battery, Service Battery. 34 photos and illustrations, 2 maps.< Less
The History of the 43rd Infantry Division, 1941-1945 By Joseph E. Zimmer
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Merriam Press Military Monograph 23. First published in 1945, this brand-new edition is the story of the U.S. Army’s 43rd “Winged Victory” Division whose memorable record in World... More > War II will stand forever as an inspiration to all freedom-loving Americans. It is the story of valiant men who dedicated their lives to preserve all in life that is precious and coveted. The 43rd Infantry Division was organized following World War I, and was made up of National Guard troops from the New England States—Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Connecticut. Many of the organizations, particularly the Infantry Regiments and the Field Artillery Battalions had World War I records, and some had histories dating back to the days of the Revolutionary War. The 43rd saw duty and combat in such places as New Zealand, New Caledonia, Guadalcanal, the Russells, New Georgia, Munda, Arundel, New Guinea, invasion of Lingayen, the Shimbu Line, and Ipo Dam, as well as the surrender and occupation.< Less
The untold history of Greek collaboration with Nazi Germany (1941-1944) By Markos Vallianatos
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This book explores Greek collaboration with the Nazis during the Axis occupation of Greece in the Second World War, a topic that continues to be one of the biggest taboos in Greek society. It tells... More > the mostly unknown story of the Greek quislings, an heterogeneous amalgam of fascists, germanophiles, anti-Semites, criminals and opportunists, but also of genuine patriots and ordinary citizens. It provides a clear picture on the Axis-held puppet governments in Athens and the court of radical Greek Nazi political organizations that supported them. It also examines specific aspects of collaboration, from the issuing of German-sponsored propaganda to the creation of paramilitary units to fight along the Wehrmacht, from the intrigues within the collaborationist government to the questionable economic profiteering of some locals. The book explains why so many Greeks chose to ally themselves with the enemy instead of choosing Resistance and reveals the most occult secrets of Greece.< Less