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    British LVT/Buffalos 1943-1945

    Searched about here briefly and found nothing on this subject. My core questions concern how many of the Brit owned Buffalo LVT vehicles were present in the UK for use in Op Neptune, and second who...
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    Re: Japanese Military Strength

    Came back to this thread by accident after several years. Dont have time to wade though all the pages to find the good parts, but this caught my eye...



    The question of why the Axis nations...
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    Re: Japan's Fuel Supply 1942

    I have to thank everyone who contributed information. The remarks about the fouling of the boilers by the unrefined fuel is especially interesting. Refrences to any documents on this would be...
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    Re: bombardment

    I think he meant battleships. The crusier and destroyer attacks on Henderson Field were fairly regular in October and November. I'll check & see if there were any other battleships attacks @...
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    Re: bombardment

    There may have been some fire support from BB for the landings on Luzon in Dec 1941. I'm unsure if there was any for the landings in Burma or Dutch Indonesia. The Japanese practice was to assign...
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    Re: 106th Infantry Division

    In the Intial attack the 106th had the two regiments and part of its antiaircraft battalion surrounded. Alsp one artillery battalion was overrun losing its cannon and many men. Another artillery...
  7. Re: 1944, If the war lasted another 8 monthsm, would we have lost the war?

    I had some nuclear weapons training back in the 1980s. Drawing from the unclassified parts of that & open sources such as Encyclopedia Britannica I can say it would depend on if the bomb were...
  8. Re: Marines in Europe in World War II ???

    There were also a scattering of officers in some staff jobs on the naval staffs & a few US Army units. There was also a USMC officer attached to the Royal Marines or Commandos if I remember...
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    Re: Charles Lindbergh

    Lindberg made a 1930s trip to Germany where he fell for the bright and shining propaganda Goebbels organization put up. Nothing unusal there a lot of people did. His many pro German and pro Facist...
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    Re: Bren or BAR

    "Realising the need for additional section-level firepower, the British Army endeavoured to issue the Bren in great numbers, with a stated goal of one Bren to every four private soldiers."


    "I...
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    Re: 106th division

    One soldier of the 106th, a Lt Eric Parker, was seperated from his battalion very early in the battle. He rallied two or three dozen US soldiers and conducted a month long private war in the...
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    Re: 106th division

    The unit caught at Malmedy, actually two kilometers south of the town, was part of a artillery observation battalion, a army level unit. Portions of its companys, a little over 100 men were in a...
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    Ok, his company may have been assigned directly to the Corps HQ, or a support group and not to a divsion. Or, it may have been attached temporarily to several different divsions on different dates....
  14. Re: Seeking info about a U.S Army Ord MVD co.

    Thats progress. You will find a few for a 3rd Divsion. There will be more for the '3rd Army' which is different organization.
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    Re: Need Information on the B.A.R.

    Not a small subject.

    The US Army offcially assigned one BAR to each rifle squad.

    Its role was to provide a light weight fully automatic weapon for the rifle squad, to support the squad in the...
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    Re: how did hitler die

    No. The info I posted above dates to the mid 1990s. The Soviet investigation documents did inculde photographs of the Reichstag bunker area, incuding corpses on the ground and on a table for...
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    "If anyone has any information about these Ord MVD co.'s that would be great."

    The word 'Ordinance' indicates probablly delivering ammunition as the primary task. One of hundreds of truck...
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    Re: Gross Deuchsland

    When young I had to learn its basics to read the family names off some old letters and personal documents. Along the way I also picked up the rudiments of German Gothic, Runic letters, Ogham, and...
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    Re: Luzon, Burma, Manchuria

    I suspect the Allied force directed at Burma & Luzon were designed for skill & not mass. As you point out the US did not have luxury of assemblying a huge army for attacking Luzon, and the British...
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    Re: Luzon, Burma, Manchuria

    From my brief reading of the politics of the inner circle of the Japanese government it was the fact of the Soviet decalration of war and that they were willing to attack that influenced the...
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    Re: american maps/artillery

    I can answer that one partially. The techniques I was trained in in the early 1980s were not far removed from those of the 1940s. I have some of the refrences for the 1940, but the question covers...
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    Re: Luzon, Burma, Manchuria

    Falcon Wrote:

    "Okay, the Luzon campaign was primarily American, the Burma campaign was predominantly British with American support. I'm not really familiar with the Manchurian campaign but from...
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    Re: Question About World War II

    I wonder what quantity of supply was delayed or stpped by the destruction of this bridge?
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    Re: Luzon, Burma, Manchuria

    Yes, the attack launched in August 1945.
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    Luzon, Burma, Manchuria

    In the last eight months of WWII three major campaigns were launched by the Allied armys against the Japanese, All three were sucessfull despite theoretical difficulties. In each case the Japanese...
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