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American Military HistoryAmerican Military History
But since the idea of Old World balance‐of‐power wars or wars of subjugation over other nations has been anathema to Americans' self‐image
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Battle of britainBattle of britain
Air Force despite months of targeting Britain’s air bases, military posts and, ultimately, its civilian population. Britain’s decisive victory saved the country from a ground invasion and possible occupation by German forces while proving that air power alone could
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Also by John Mosier The Myth of the Great War The Blitzkrieg MythAlso by John Mosier The Myth of the Great War The Blitzkrieg Myth
States of America. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For information
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Blitzkrieg, 1940Blitzkrieg, 1940
The British wanted to send their air force to bomb targets inside Germany but were persuaded not to by the French who feared German reprisal. The major activity consisted of dueling propaganda messages blared from loud speakers across the German and
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History of European Defence and Forerunners to the cfspHistory of European Defence and Forerunners to the cfsp
Post-wwii european security issues: Cold War; nato & Warsaw Pact; changes in the 1980s
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Opium Wars: Britain established opium trades with China, forced them to buy opium, people of China got addicted to the drug China began to outlaw opium, burned down British warehousesOpium Wars: Britain established opium trades with China, forced them to buy opium, people of China got addicted to the drug China began to outlaw opium, burned down British warehouses
China began to outlaw opium, burned down British warehouses, the British then attacked
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Warfare in the Twentieth Century Theory and PracticeWarfare in the Twentieth Century Theory and Practice
Warfare in the Twentieth Century Theory and Practice Ed: Colin Mclnnes & G. D. Sheffield, pp. 51-76 Gary Sheffield Blitzkrieg and Attrition: Land Operations in Europe, 1914-45
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Why did the British and French not prevent Hitler's remilitarization of Rhineland?
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The judgment of the International Military Tribunal will now be read I shall not read the title and the formal parts
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Napoleon’s Empire CollapsesNapoleon’s Empire Collapses
His brought him to great heights, but it also led him to his doom
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Napoleon’s Empire Collapses Napoleon’s Costly MistakesNapoleon’s Empire Collapses Napoleon’s Costly Mistakes
Costly Mistakes: Napoleon’s own personality was the greatest danger to his empire. His desire for power helped him reach great heights, and that same love of power lead him to his doom
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