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World at War, Issue #71 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #71 - Magazine


 
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Forgotten Pacific Battles - Weapons, Tactics and Cohesion in the PTO: During World War II, Japanese and US forces engaged each other in fierce fighting on the far-flung islands of the South and Central Pacific. In the end the Allies won, with this reflecting the difference in training and doctrine between the two opposing armies.

Other Articles:

  • The Liberation of Crimea: Following the German defeat at Stalingrad and their withdrawal from the Caucasus, the Eastern Front reached the Crimean Peninsula again. In a campaign that lasted 35 days, the Soviets would drive Axis forces out in an effectively coordinated joint operation.
  • Neutrality Patrol - The Undeclared Naval War: In the mid-1930s the US Congress passed a law and two amendments collectively called the Neutrality Acts, specifically intended to keep the US out of any possible European war. Despite this, President Roosevelt knew that if a war started, America had to get into it and began looking for ways to incite the American people to want to fight.
  • The Other Maginot Line: To counter any German aggression from the east, the French built the Maginot Line. While not as well known, Czechoslovakia too built a defensive fortification line to counter foreign aggression. Like the Maginot Line, it too failed to stop the Germans, though not through battle but instead political treachery.

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