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Questions related to aspects of World War II (1939-1945 AD). An international conflict whose major participants were the fascist countries of Germany, Italy, and Japan engaged against the allied nations of the UK, France, China, the USSR, and the USA. The conflict began with the German invasion of Poland and formally ended with the American victory over Japan.

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In The Patton Papers: 1940-1945, Martin Blumenson cites the journal of Hobart R. Gay's journal entry for April 7th. Colonel (later General) Gay was Patton's Chief of Staff. The description is quite de …
answered Aug 29 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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SHORT ANSWER Ordinary German citizens had access to a range of sources of information despite the attempts of the Nazi party to control this flow. Soldiers returning from the various fronts were one …
answered Sep 24 '17 by Lars Bosteen
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There does not appear to be any evidence that there was ever a hospital in Bude, but there are two other possibilities for your nurse. There has long been a hospital in Stratton which (according to G …
answered Sep 13 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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SOURCES The French Resistance received financial assistance from the British (especially through the SOE and F section) and (later) the Americans' OSS, as well as individuals and banks in France and …
answered Apr 17 by Lars Bosteen
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WHY DID THE USSR ANNEX TUVA? The main question is probably the most difficult to answer. Described by one source as once being “among the most insular and obscure places on earth”, land-locked Tannu …
answered May 26 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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Making a direct comparison between the Nuremberg and Tokyo trials is problematic. In an article in the European Journal of International Law (2010), Kirsten Sellars assessed the trials in the light of …
answered May 20 by Lars Bosteen
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As a couple of comments have already indicated, English was taught at school in Germany while the Nazis were in power. English replaced French as the main foreign language taught: a hierarchy of E …
answered Jul 11 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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Short Answer Neither Roosevelt nor the members of his Soviet Protocol Committee (which effectively determined lend-lease policy for the Soviets) were prepared to consider any reduction in lend-lease …
answered Mar 24 by Lars Bosteen
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According to Philip Boobbyer in The Stalin Era, The transportation of industries to the east was a feat which the party’s highly centralised structures were well suited for (Lieberman 1985: 71 …
answered Feb 24 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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It is possible that Germany obtained a very small amount of US-controlled oil exports from (1) neutral ships seized by Germany, and (2) from Spain, but in neither case could one say that the US …
answered Apr 15 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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This would appear to be the badge of the No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron which fought alongside the Royal Air Force and operated from airfields in the United Kingdom. Above: Badge with colour …
answered Dec 31 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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1. The triangles the children are wearing appear to be part of some kind of 'tag' game they are playing during the party. Thus, the triangles do not have anything to do with their costumes or Nazi sym …
answered Mar 31 by Lars Bosteen
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According to the site unionemilitare.com, this is an DISTINTIVO CONVEGNO ITALO-TEDESCO, ROMA MAGGIO 1938. Translation: ITALIAN-GERMAN CONFERENCE (or MEETING) BADGE, ROME MAY 1938. The site has …
answered Sep 20 '18 by Lars Bosteen
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Attempt to kill or capture Tito Operation Rösselsprung was a failed attempt by the Germans to capture or kill Marshal Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia on the 25th of May, 1944. The attempt to kill or c …
answered Feb 6 by Lars Bosteen
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In short, without wholehearted Spanish support, taking Gibraltar would have cost too much militarily and Franco wanted the rock for Spain. Having it change from British hands to German ones really did …
answered Jan 1 '18 by Lars Bosteen

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