Determined Soviet Forces, critical logistic shortages, weather and poor German planning contributed to the defeat of Nazi Germany in WW2.
The most iconic heavy bomber of World War II
The Avro Lancaster heavy bomber was probably the most famous bomber of WW2.
Why Nazi Germany Couldn't Win at the Battle of the Bulge
Germany did not have the economic resources to put forces into battle that could defeat the allies.
The Army Air Corps at the Battle of the Bulge
In the Battle of the Bulge, US and British airpower achieved air supremacy allowing ground troops to stop the German advance.
The Battle of the Bulge: Hitler’s Desperate Gambit Crushed by American Grit
The Battle of the Bulge reminds us that without adequate fuel supplies, no military can succeed.
Battle of the Bulge: Hitler Sets One Last Trap --- Part One
Hitler’s decision to attack the Allies in the Ardennes Forest in the winter of 1944 made a sort of strategic sense for Hitler, but the attack was always doomed to fail.
P-51 Mustang’s Switch to Merlin Engine Made it the World-beater of World War II
This article is about the Rolls Royce Merlin Engine and how placing this engine into the P-51 Mustang made the P-51 one of the best fighters in WW2.
The Duke of Wellington: Forging the 'Iron Duke'
The Duke of Wellington is probably the most famous wartime General that the UK has ever produced—he is most famous for his complete and utter defeat of the French under Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.
The Real War 1939-1945
This article provides a sobering account by a military historian Paul Fussell—who served in WW2 as an infantry officer—of what war is really like.