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The Titanic Back And Forth Struggle To Take North Africa.

by Daniel Russ on November 20, 2014

    Field Marshall Erwin Rommel     The Desert War began in June 1940 with France on the verge of defeat. Mussolini decided he would attack the Vichy colonies in southern France while they were down. However the colonial troops of the Vichy French defeated the Italians handily, sending Hitlers’ advisors into a tizzy. […]

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The Night Montgomery Gave Directions To A Cabbie.

by Daniel Russ on January 4, 2013

    Bernard Montgomery Bernard Momtgomery was known for his instant wit. He stepped into a cab late one night in London. The Cabbie asked: “Where to?”   “Waterloo,” replied Monty.   “Waterloo Station?” the Cabbie asked, confirming the destination.   “Certainly,” Replied Monty. “We’ve quite missed the battle.”     Sources: The Little Brown […]

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The Final Days of Germany Were a Frenetic, Desperate Rear Guard Attempt To Stop The Inevitable.

December 30, 2012
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          Nothing Quite Says It’s Over Than Your Enemy’s Flag On Your Capitol.   By the Spring of 1945, the Germans were not just on the run in most theaters of operation, they were running as fast as they could. The game afoot was for the Allied forces in Western Europe, […]

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