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U.S. Army Rangers 75th Anniversary by Vale
U.S. Army Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, stand in formation during an award ceremony hosted by Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno at Hunter Army Airfield, Ga., Oct. 26, 2012. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Teddy ...
What were the Japanese losses at Pearl Harbour? by pete hill
The Japanese "Type A" midget submarine HA-19 partially hauled up on and eastern Oahu beach, during salvage by U.S. forces. It had grounded on 7 December 1941, following attempts to enter Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack, and was discovered ...

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Germany was not such an innocent pre WW1. Since around 1905, there had been talk in German military circles of an eventual war with France. Plans to how they would invade and attack the ...
by Raal - 2 hours ago
Rommel certainly knew who the Maori were...The Germans always strengthened forces where they knew the Maori were positioned... LONDON, October 4 1942 (A.A.P.) Rommel doesn't like the Maori ...
by mb68nz - 3 hours ago
The Australians left the European campaign to fight the Japanese.
by mb68nz - 3 hours ago
I know the Italians still remember the Maori battalion. I think Maori were more influenced by the Italians. I remember as a child listening to my grandfather and his war buddies converse ...
by mb68nz - 3 hours ago
I am trying to find a photo of my Father who was in the Navy. He passed when I was 9 years old and I do not know his birthdate. I know very little about him and my Mother never really ...
by Guest - 2 days ago
What is your father's name? My father was an interpreter for the Allied Control Authority just prior to May 1946. I know of possible a few names that were there. I am also looking for ...
by Helen - 6 days ago
I didn't question how professional was the cartographic work done there. I am sure it was accurate. My question has to do with where the lines were drawn. What made the negotiators from ...
by jade - 1 week ago

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