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Articles about battle

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
Famous Ships of the U.S. Navy

The U.S. Navy has had a variety of famous ships. Most of these date back to the 1940s, as it was then that the Navy was involved in a series of naval battles with the IJN. These are a few of the ships that are among the more famous...

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
A Brief History of Aircraft Carrier Warfare During the 20th Century

It was in World War I that the Royal Navy first combined planes with naval vessels. Then the first flat-deck aircraft carriers sailed, but had little impact. They launched a few small aircraft carrier raids, targeting German airship bases, but battleships still remained prevalent in the world's foremost navies. ...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Allied Carrier-Based Aircraft of the 1940s

The Allies had the largest fleets of aircraft carriers. Only the Imperial Japanese Navy had a fleet of aircraft carriers to match them, and those were gradually wiped out in the Pacific War. Neither the Germans or Italians constructed any, and this certainly gave the Allies an advantage at...

Entertainment
by benmajor
11 years ago
Bakugan Battle Brawlers Games and Toys Info

Bakugan presents an exciting world of gameplay for children around age five and up. It's based on a popular anime action cartoon series which began in Japan, and was adapted for the United States. The show began airing in the US as of 2008 on Cartoon Network...

Entertainment
by Amerowolf
8 years ago
Diablo III Gives You The MMO Experiance You Never Wanted

When Diablo 3 was first announced the rabid fans that had been locked up in their rooms with their level 99 Necromancer on Diablo 2 ran out screaming with joy into the streets. They promptly returned to their caves half blind and their skin bubbling from the sun.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
Key Dates in the Battle of the Atlantic

The Battle of the Atlantic was perhaps the most essential front for the war in Western Europe during the years 1939 to 1944 at least. This was a battle at sea between the Royal Navy, American Navy and the German U-boats under the command of Admiral Donitz.[1] Donitz was...

Entertainment
by egdcltd
5 years ago
Movie Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The Battle of the Five Armies concludes The Hobbit trilogy in epic fashion as the battle for control of the Lonely Mountain begins.

History
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
The Top 5 Battles Napoleon Lost (Part 3)

An analysis of Emperor Napoleon I's top 5 personal military defeats.

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
The History of Japanese Aircraft Carriers

The Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) emerged as one of the world's foremost navies during the interwar period. Before that it had won some resounding victories, and after 1919 began constructing the first aircraft carriers built from the keel up. Japan was among the pioneers of naval aviation that built...

Lifestyle
by classicalgeek
10 years ago
San Jacinto Day, April 21

An official State holiday in Texas, San Jacinto Day celebrates the end of the Texas War for Independence from Mexico, and the defeat of General Santa Anna in one of the shortest battles of history.

Entertainment
by Mans171
7 years ago
Entertainment
by aronnax
7 years ago
Review Of Final Fantasy Tactics

Final Fantasy Tactics is a classic game from the Playstation game console. This brief review will show what this game offered and why it was so great.

History
by alngullie
8 years ago
Battle of Kohima: 20 'Stalingrad of the East' facts

The Battle of Kohima (also called the 'Stalingrad of the East') is considered to be the turning point of the allied forces' fortunes in Asia during World War Two. One of the lesser-known great battles of the war, the Battle of Kohima was fought between the British/commonwealth forces and Japan's Imperial Army's 31st Division.

History
by MatthewA
5 years ago
A Brief History of the Pacific War

The Pacific War started in late 1941 and continued up until 1945. However, tensions between Japan and the West are best traced back to the 1930s with the Japanese occupation of Manchuria. Following the Japanese occupation of Indochina, America established an economic trade embargo with Japan. Therefore, American...

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
An Overview of Operation Forager

Operation Forager was the combined Allied operation in the Marianas and Palau from June to November 1944. The operation included various battles at Saipan, Guam and Peleliu. It was an operation primarily targeting the seizure of new airfields for further air campaigns over the Japanese home islands and the...

History
by MrRooibos
7 years ago
The Top 5 Battles Napoleon Won (Part 1)

A description of Emperor Napoleon I's top 5 personal military victories.

History
by MatthewA
4 years ago
The Battle of El Alamein and its Aftermath

The Battle of El Alamein in 1942 was the most significant battle in North Africa. Overall, it was a WW2 battle that decided the outcome of the desert war. It more specifically refers to the Second Battle of El Alamein as opposed to one that preceded it. The...

History
by egdcltd
9 years ago
British Victory at Bunker Hill

Although in reality the British were the victors in the misnamed Battle of Bunker Hill their victory was a hollow one.

History
by DubeluWriter
5 years ago
Did the U.S. and Germany actually Fight on the Same Side in World War II?

Did American and German forces really fight together in a World War II Battle? It is pretty shocking, but they did!

Travel & Places
by phatefullife
7 years ago
Visiting Gettysburg - Things To See and Do

Next year marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Address. To celebrate these milestones, why not plan a visit? Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is a small town with a big part in American Civil War history. Gettysburg is approximately 1 hour southwest of the state capital Harrisburg, one and a half hours northwest of Baltimore, and three and half hours east of Pittsburgh. While the town of Gettysburg is most famous for the Battle of Gettysburg and Abraham Lincoln’s speech, there is a lot to do in the town and you should consider visiting.

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