Nancy Wake was very successful at covert operations during World War II. By 1943, she was the most wanted person by the German Gestapo. She received medals from France, Britain and the United States.
All about the WRNS or as they are better known, The Wrens, amongst the hardest working Women of World War Two, working for the Royal Navy at home and abroad. Wrens in WW2 were close to the action.
An complete guide to British, American and German World War 2 Campaign Medals Ribbons and Clasps.
The Russian T-34 Battle Tank of World War II the choice military weapons of the Russian army fighting against Gemany in World War II. Includes specifications and ideas about how this great tank functioned within the Great Patriotic War . Also surprisingly the tank remains a firm favorite in...
Born into an Armenian family living in pre-war Japan, the author and her family led a comfortable and pleasant life until December of 1941. As their adopted country entered WW II, everything changed for non- Japanese residents and they were forced to live in a tiny remote village where they...
With the Nazi U-boats strangling the food supply to a battered Britain, the supply of fish was absolutely essential, but many of the fishing boats had been requisitioned for use as minesweepers.
A accurate and well researched set of books on the Holocaust before and during World War two are the 12 volumes by Christain Bernadac, set by Ferri Publishing, of Geneva for Friends of History.
German leadership, aware that shortages and the resulting starvation of the imprisoned would be in direct violation of the Geneva Convention, began accepting goods from charitable organizations abroad, such as the Red Cross. German authorities had no clue that the captured British and American...
On September the first, 1939 a massive German Army invaded Poland. Follow the battles, the armored thrusts and the fight in the air.
Allied intelligence services had many notable successes, as did the Germans. One was the control of British agents sent into the Netherlands from 1942 to 1944 in what they called The England Game.