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When and where did the Allies use starvation tactics in WW2?

If you mean by starvation not physical dying out from hunger, but “the cutting off of every source of sustenance from without”, as you are citing, then the whole strategy and politics of WWII from the ...
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When and where did the Allies use starvation tactics in WW2?

If you look at American side, not considering the overall blockade of the Axis powers, there have been several starvation of military forces, which included fighting elements as well as supporting ...
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Help identify details from a Soviet military uniform?

This photo is of a junior sergeant from between 1957 and 1970: First of all, it cannot be from before 1955, when the badge on the shoulder board was placed in the center of the board. The placement ...
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Why have officers in the U.S. Army tended to "top out" at the level of Major?

Responding to answer that noted that no corporations or civil service jobs have an “up or out” mentality. I used to work as a lawyer and law firms have an up or out mentality, especially the most ...
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