World War II

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The suicide squadron of Nazi Germany

Monalisa Basu 28 Oct 2020

Nazi Germany once set up a suicide squad to salvage the last hope in World War II, but did not change the outcome of the situation.

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The donut dolls of American soldiers during World War II

Serban Vanessa 17 Oct 2020

The main task of the Donut Dollies volunteer group is only making donuts for American soldiers on the battlefield, but the requirements for them are quite harsh.

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"Mad Lieutenant Colonel" once defeated Nazi Germany with a bow and arrow

John Churchill, a British lieutenant colonel fighting with a bow and arrow during World War II, said that anyone who goes to battle without a sword is "inadequate."

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Operation America took revenge on Japanese admiral commanding the battle of Pearl Harbor

Austin Hughes 02 Oct 2020

Despite its defeat at the Battle of Midway in 1942, Japan refused to surrender, prompting the United States to make plans to kill Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto.

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The 'weapon of revenge' once disillusioned Nazi Germany

Marcia Libosada 01 Oct 2020

On the morning of September 8, 1944, a large explosion rocked the southeastern suburbs of Paris, caused by the V-2, the world's first guided ballistic missile.

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The most notorious snipers in the Finnish-Soviet war

Connie Pereira 27 Sep 2020

Simo Hayha inflicted great damage on Soviet soldiers with just a rifle without a viewfinder, earning the Finnish sniper the nickname "White Death".

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The top secret campaign of American bombers in 1944

Mandie Gallion 11 Sep 2020

The operation slipped so deeply into the German post-Nazi base from 1944 that the American B-24 bomber crew did not know the details.

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The plan to create the European-African supercontinent prevents world war

The chaos scene after World War I led the German architect Sorgel to believe that the only way to prevent war was to unify Europe and Africa.

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The US campaign recruited 1,600 Nazi scientists

Ben Myers 25 Aug 2020

In order to prevent German technology from falling into the hands of the Soviet Union, the United States conducted the Paperclip Campaign, secretly recruiting more than 1,600 Nazi scientists.

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The Soviet female gunner once gave terror to Nazi Germany

In April 1944, Roza Shanina felt depressed when he shot and killed a Nazi for the first time, starting a streak of defeating 59 names in 10 months.

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