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by Giles Milton Who was Terence Otway? And why was he chosen to capture one of the biggest German bunkers in the early hours of D-Day? ..read more
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by Linda Castillo If you’ve traveled to Holmes County, Ohio, you’ve probably seen the quaint farms with the iconic bank barns and ..read more
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by Giles Milton Who was James Eads? And why did he find himself in such danger in the early hours of June 6, 1944? Turns out he was ..read more
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by Giles Milton Who was Denis Edwards? And why was he dropped behind enemy lines some six hours before the beach landings on D-Day? Turns ..read more
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by J. R. Olson Mercenary. A noun with a lot of historical and literary baggage. Dictionary.com defines the term as “a professional ..read more
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by J. Randy Taraborrelli As is well known by now, the Kennedys have always been a family of dreamers. Long-standing prejudices against ..read more
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by Giles Milton Who was Howard Vander Beek? And what happened to him on the night before D-Day? Well, it turns out that his quick thinking ..read more
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by Giles Milton General Eisenhower and the architects of D-Day knew that the Allied landings would only be successful if they had up-to-the ..read more
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by Mieke Eerkens Internment Camp Lampersari, Semarang, Dutch East Indies, December 28, 1942 Authority in Lampersari is established ..read more
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by Rick Atkinson The fateful news traveled swiftly on the post road from Philadelphia, covering more than ninety miles and crossing five ..read more

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