Bogged vehicles and grounded aircraft are millstones around the neck of an army; if its transport ceases to flow, offensive action becomes impossible and defence a matter of uncertainty. How perplexin
British, U.S. and French troops landed on the Riviera on August 15, 1944 – and within a week 2,000 square miles of territory in the South of France had been liberated. Maurice Fagence of the Daily Her
Having sworn to defend St. Malo, in Normandy, to the last drop of blood, Colonel von Auloch headed an ignoble procession of 605 Germans to surrender – the day after Hitler had presented him with the O
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