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World at War, Issue #83 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #83 - Magazine
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Operation Causeway: The Planned Invasion of Formosa, 1944: In mid-1944 a debate raged in the US high command over the next major objective in the Pacific. Two targets were considered: the Philippines and Formosa. The decision was made to invade the Philippines, but had the choice been Formosa, it would have become the largest amphibious operation of the war.

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World at War, Issue #82 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #82 - Magazine
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Watch on the Oder: German Strategic Alternatives, January 1945: In the late summer of 1944, Hitler had to decide whether to remain committed to a counteroffensive in the west or, upon reflection, switch it to the east. There’s no simple explanation for his choice of the western front. The situation was complex, and so were Hitler’s thought processes. more info
World at War, Issue #81 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #81 - Magazine
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Clearing the Flanks: The Balkans, August–November 1944: By late July 1944, the Germans had suffered a crushing defeat in Belarus and were about to suffer another disaster in Normandy. Those catastrophes led them to withdraw divisions from Romania for deployment to other endangered sectors. On 20 August, 2nd and 3rd Ukrainian Fronts opened an offensive between the Black Sea and Jablanica Pass into the Balkans.


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World at War, Issue #80 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #80 - Magazine
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Hannut: Tank Action 1940: In the opening days of the 1940 campaign in the West, French and German armor clashed near the town of Hannut in Belgium. While French tanks acquitted themselves well, they could not prevent the Germans from gaining a stunning victory.

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World at War, Issue #79 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #79 - Magazine
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Manchukuo-Menjiang War: the Japanese-Chinese Conflict 1931–37: From 1931–1937, an undeclared war was fought in northern China as Japan expanded onto the East Asian mainland. This was a largely unknown war but set the stage for the open Japanese invasion of China in July 1937.
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World at War, Issue #78 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #78 - Magazine
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Drive on Suez - Rommel Drives Deep, 1942: In the last week of June 1942, Erwin Rommel launched his final drive into Egypt. His objective was the Suez Canal and beyond that, the oilfields of the Middle East. With the capture of these objectives, the Desert Fox anticipated a victory for the Axis powers in Europe. The dilemma was in getting to Suez.
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World at War, Issue #77 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #77 - Magazine
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Winter War: Finland versus the Soviet Union, 1939–40: The Winter War was a boost for Allied morale. After the German-Soviet overrunning of Poland in September 1939, Finland showed that a small country could stand and fight. more info
World at War, Issue #76 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #76 - Magazine
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Operation Jupiter: Churchill’s Plan to Invade Norway, 1942: Churchill feared Stalin might withdraw from the war. Operation Jupiter was conceived to reopen the northern supply line to Russia as well as engage in a joint operation.
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World at War, Issue #75 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #75 - Magazine
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Centrifugal Offensive: The Japanese Opening Offensive in the Pacific: The wide-ranging campaigns seized much of Southeast Asia and numerous islands in the Pacific. Yet by the end of June 1942, the Japanese offensive had suffered two strategic defeats. What led to these reversals?
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World at War, Issue #74 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #74 - Magazine
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Munich War—Reich Geopolitics and the Potential for a European War in 1938: Adolph Hitler saw war as a path to establishing Germany as a major power, as well as destroying the threat of Bolshevism from the Soviet Union. He attempted to provoke a war over Czechoslovakia. The Western powers responded with appeasement.
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