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Started by Gunter Gillot

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Be forever grateful

Hello! It's been a while since I've commented on here, but I've been watching everything and enjoy reading other comments and news. I want…

Started by Darla Noble

3 Mar 4
Reply by Scott Lyons

Courtesy of The National WWII Museum in New Orleans: Tom Hanks and Tom Brokaw Discuss The National WWII Museum

Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a webpage. Tom Hanks and Tom Brokaw Discuss The National WWII Museum The morning after The…

Started by Scott Lyons

0 Mar 3

Looking for an opinion on military research

I am working on some additional pieces for my WWII records books and have a question I would appreciate some feedback on. These volumes are…

Started by Jennifer Holik

4 Mar 1
Reply by Gunter Gillot

Coming Soon! New Book on World War II Records

“ALL THE RECORDS BURNED!” Have you heard that phrase regarding the status of Army, Air Corps, and National Guard records from World War II?…

Started by Jennifer Holik

4 Feb 27
Reply by Jennifer Holik

Please help save the Army base at Bastogne - link included for petition

The Army base at Bastogne is in danger of being bulldozed. Please read the article below, and consider signing the petition: Petitioning T…

Started by Randy Gann

0 Feb 26

Self discipline... would it keep you alive during a world crisis?

You think you are disciplined and it can save your life. Ever think how you would react if the world you know suddenly begins to fall arou…

Started by Paul Robeson

0 Feb 25

Arnhem Mosquito 1944

Available begin of April, A5 format, 80 pages, 70 photograph, maps and never published stories. limited edition of 100 booklets, if anyone…

Started by Philip Reinders

0 Feb 24

Movie Review - The Imitation Game

Saw this on Monday and think it is highly worth seeing. Benedict Cumberbatch portrays Alan Turing, a British mathematician who helped break…

Started by MIKE LANSKI

2 Feb 11
Reply by Robert F. Dorr

My new book "HITLER'S TIME MACHINE" is available for Kindle and in hard copy

Here's the release we put out: "This war will never end as long as both sides have time machines," Barbara warned, "because one side will a…

Started by Robert F. Dorr

0 Feb 11

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From Aurum Press: "A century has now gone by, yet the Gallipoli campaign of 1915-16 is still infamous as arguably the most ill conceived, badly led and pointless campaign of the entire First World War. The brainchild of Winston Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, following Turkey's entry into the war on the German side, its ultimate objective was to capture the Gallipoli peninsula in western Turkey, thus allowing the Allies to take control of the eastern Mediterranean and increase pressure on the Central Powers to drain manpower from the vital Western Front."

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