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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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Both sides in WWII widely used addictive drugs in an attempt to boost the performance of their soldiers and sometimes even their leadership. The American Military institutionalized this practice in t …
asked Aug 9 by JMS
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My question: How long did the Norwegian Prince and his Mother stay at the Whitehouse? I've found online sources that detail he spent the war in Washington DC, but no dates for staying at the Whit …
asked Jan 9 '18 by JMS
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In 1944, FDR was running for his fourth and final election. He was starting to age rapidly, he would be dead in just 82 days from being sworn in to his fourth term. Henry Wallace had been FDR's VP …
asked Jan 8 '18 by JMS
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My Question: Did President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) have any primary adviser/advisors (established foreign policy wonks), whom he listened too? Was it all just him? A President's chief d …
asked Apr 1 '18 by JMS
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llama stated in Comments about General Billy Mitchell's observation from March 1912 after touring Russo Japanese War Battle Fields, "war between the United States and Japan is inevitable". @llama …
asked Dec 12 '18 by JMS
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I was having an interesting conversation about Pearl Harbor and Japans third wave of attack which never occurred with David Thornley in the related question: Was the attack on Pearl Harbor totally un …
asked Jan 11 by JMS
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The Main Square in Munich during the Beer Hall Putsch On November 8-9 1923 the Beer Hall Putsch or Munich Putsch was an attempted coup by the Nazi Party against the German Weimar Republic which resu …
asked Aug 25 '18 by JMS
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Dwight D. Eisenhower "Ike", graduated from West Point in 1915 ranked 61st in a class of 164 better known for his abilities on the football field than in the classroom. Upon graduation from West Point …
asked Dec 5 '17 by JMS