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Germany’s High Sea Fleet in the World War

Germany’s High Sea Fleet in the World War

Victors write history. German Admiral Reinhard Scheer knew this, and wrote his own anyway. In this memoir of World War One, he says, "We are victors and vanquished at one and the same time, and in depicting our success the difficult problem confronts us of not forgetting that our strength did not la...

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A Fleet in Being: Austro-Hungarian Warships of WW1

A Fleet in Being: Austro-Hungarian Warships of WW1

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Genre: World War I

The Kaiserliche und Königliche Kriegsmarine -- The Austro-Hungarian Navy -- was in at the beginning of World War I when Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie lay in state aboard its flagship, and at the end when it dissolved along with the empire that commanded it. During the war, this small...

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Combat Engineering Equipment of the Warsaw Pact

Combat Engineering Equipment of the Warsaw Pact

The ability to advance rapidly over sometimes difficult terrain was a key part of the Warsaw Pact's strategy. The Eastern European nations which formed this historic alliance wanted to be able to move quickly and effectively, so they didn't give their enemies an advantage. The vital tools which helpe...

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A Damn Close-Run Thing: A Brief History of the Falklands War

A Damn Close-Run Thing: A Brief History of the Falklands War

In 1982, the average Briton didn't know the Falkland Islands existed, let alone their status as a disputed British territory just off the coast of Argentina. That changed when the Argentinians invaded the islands and overwhelmed the small defending force. Both nations claimed the islands were theirs...

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