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Cold War Concept Aircraft

by Daniel Russ on September 27, 2019

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by Daniel Russ on September 19, 2019

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Arms Manufacturing

September 15, 2019
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German armor vehicle production included Italian, Hungarian and Czechoslovakian factories, and as such churned out 53,1887 tanks and self-propelled guns of all calibers. Compare that with the Soviet production numbers, where they produced 58,681 T-34s alone. The IS-2 had a 122mm cannon and Russia put 3,500 of them on the battlefield. Plus 3,500 SU-100s, and […]

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Attrition

September 11, 2019
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It’s easy to forget that Germans and Russians won or lost not so much because of how well their equipment worked, but because of how well it failed. Andrew Roberts takes on the question in the Battle of Pokhorovka on July 12th of 1943. Operation Citadel began with the 4th panzer Army that had 916 […]

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Kursk, By the Numbers

September 7, 2019

There is hardly a battle on the Eastern front that was not devastatingly lethal and similarly large. At Kursk, the Russians had accidentally produced a bulging front composed of numerous Army unites. The Germans was to surround the Russians and cut off their supply line. The Germans had 900,000 troops. They had 2,700 tanks and […]

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The Day I Sparred Bob Dylan

September 2, 2019

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