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NRA Women Aug 5
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The Savvy Truth 6h
This is Omaha beach after D-day, June if 1944. This is what you woke, loser, domestic terrorists are disrespecting and stomping on when you burn our country, flag and Bible to the ground.
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Indie Book Butler 15m
The expedition to Peking was dogged by communication failures, uncoordinated troop deployments, low morale and a breakdown in overall command. The Silent Trauma of War
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Military History Society of NSW Aug 4
Guards' Memorial, Horse Guards Road, London. In the form of a cenotaph designed by H. Chalton Bradshaw, who also designed the Cambrai Memorial in France and the Ploegsteert Memorial to the Missing. Very impressive.
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The Irish Military Heritage Foundation Aug 2
Fr Thomas Conway Navy Chaplain Born April 5 1908 to Irish immigrant parents in , joined priesthood in . Died August 2 1945. Read his heroic story
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Denix (Replica) Aug 5
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Neil Roberts Aug 4
On the workbench (detail): the 42nd Regiment of Foot (later known as Black Watch) defend to the last. Digital. .
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YWE2020 Aug 5
Taking bookings for next years big 10th anniversary celebration show! Go to our website to book
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Military History Society of NSW Aug 4
Read our latest blog post on "Prisoners of War from New South Wales at Campo 106, Italy, 1943":
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Military Benefits Aug 1
Air Force Day is a celebration of airpower in the aftermath of World War Two. . Read more:
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Boydell & Brewer 2h
Congratulations to on this excellent review of Gunpowder, Masculinity, and Warfare in German Texts, 1400-1700 in History, the journal of the Historical Association.
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Indie Book Butler Aug 4
Germany's strategy of extending her military lines as an actual extension of the German frontier, failed only because the rains converted the land into a swamp from Dixmude to the sea. The World at War
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Historical Firearms Aug 4
Very pleased to say the Armourer’s Bench YouTube channel is approaching 7,000 subscribers. That snuck up on me! If you’re a subscriber, thanks for watching.
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Neil Ritchie Aug 4
The Prussian 7th Royal Grenadier Regiment led by Major Leopold von Kaisenberg storming French positions around the Château du Geisberg during the battle of on 4 August 1870.
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Cummings&Cummings LLC Aug 2
Making an ! about the only Women’s Corps 855 member unit to serve in during - 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion. Congressional long
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Helmut Smith Aug 4
When military maps are far too pretty for their own good. 1945. 36th U.S. Infantry Division ("the Texas Army") Campaigns in France, Germany, and Austria.
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Indie Book Butler Aug 4
The paths that he walked carried him to five theatres of combat where, as a writer rather than a soldier, he was intimately involved with both the worst and the best of war. Wars and Words
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Indie Book Butler Aug 5
"Racing to the cover of the treeline, a bullet struck my shin, tore through the side of my riding boot, passed through my calf, and killed my horse." The Cuban Crisis
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Andy Wendt Aug 5
August 2nd 150 years ago, the first fighting took place in the Franco-Prussian War. Six French divisions attacked German territory that day and occupied Saarbrücken almost without a fight.
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Henry Hyde Jul 29
Apologies for the delay in announcing that 57 featuring is now available to all for your listening pleasure. John is a fascinating chap with an enormous list of contacts in and so put your feet up!
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