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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Oops my apologies it seems I repeat myself.
    We are going to have to agree to disagree agree. I am way, way to tired to get into the weeds and breakdown every campaign. Big picture is the Brits...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Nazaire was inconsequential. In any case I ask for a major land battle on the European continent. I will grant the the British navy occasionally showed up and did fight now and then. Their Air Force...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Hey, it is August. Can someone start a thread about the bomb? Should we or should we have not dropped the bomb? I would do it but I am not very computer lietate.
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Where is the (a) great land battle that helped turn the tide in any theater....land battle.... but if you want to throw in naval action because it is impossible to find a significant land battle, ok,...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    The raid was inconsequential to the overall war effort. Besides I ask for examples of pivotal LAND battles on the European continent. And not British forces under the command of the United States,...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Nickdfresh, great cover for the hapless Brits. I ask for battle field action by the British army. Most of what you sited only makes the point. The Brits were dismal in Holland and Market Garden was...
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    Re: Luftwaffe Kill Claims

    They Germans were simply the best fighter pilots of WWll. The Russian were pretty good too. We simply had more planes and pilots than the Germans could field. If the Allies lost a plane, it was...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    “It almost appears that the British begin their campaigns with a retreat: Coruna, Mons, Dunkirk, Burma - to name a few. Usually due to a lack of...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Was attempting to respond to yours of 2/22/16. 42Bravo is correct. And it is not being hard on the Brits simply to recite the facts of history. And it should be noted that the opponents facing the...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Nonsense Raising Sun. There is always some excuse for the poor execution of British land forces. The Brits (land forces) didnít offer any significant contribution in any theater in which they faught....
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    Nonsense. There is always some excuse for the poor execution of British land forces. The Brits (land forces) didnít offer any significant contribution in any theater in which they faught. They...
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    Re: Why is the British Military so good? ?

    I forget which major land battle on the European continent, durring WWll, did the Brits play a pivotal role? That is to say without their participation the outcome may have been different. Oh, that’s...
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    Re: Allied War Criminals

    As I said, I have no love for Macarthur. The man trampled the bonus soldiers before the war, got men needlessly killed under his command and was fired by the president.

    It funny you should...
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    Re: Could Japan have won if they lost?

    And it is also true that P-51 aircraft equipment with drop tanks flew for captured Islands on missions over Japan. There may have been other land based fighters to also make the run. The P-38 maybe?...
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    Re: Could Japan have won if they lost?

    In fact, I think, the last casualty of the war was a navy fighter pilot shot down over Japan.
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    Re: Could Japan have won if they lost?

    Oh, it is true bombing missions were conducted from Saipan and latter Okinawa AND the American carriers did indeed strike targets on the Japanese mainland, routinely. They may have started in late 44...
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    Re: Could Japan have won if they lost?

    We are in agreement with a slight variation on your last. By way of clarification the energy and immediate warfare efforts were focused on the central Pacific. You are correct, in the meantime, they...
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    Re: The Most Important Action on D-Day

    That is once the weather cleared during the bulge
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    Re: The Most Important Action on D-Day

    The war in Europe was much more predictable than the Pacific. The Americans had confidence and overwhelming strength. My father told me that once the weather cleared and the average gi looked up to...
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    Re: The Most Important Action on D-Day

    It is interesting that there was some Dissension among the German high command. Some said destroy the enemy at the water’s edge. Don’t let them land. Others said let them land and we will destroy...
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    Re: The Most Important Action on D-Day

    It is true it took over a month to break out of hedgerow country. That is why I said “footing.” And once the Americans broke out their advance was so rapid that, just, prior to the bulge, there was...
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    Re: Could Japan have won if they lost?

    They put a pretty good lick on us at Pearl Harbor and we still won the war. So the answer would be no. And even if events turned out that the Japanese failed at Pearl Harbor, there is no guarantee...
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    Re: The Most Important Action on D-Day

    I am not sure that there was one overall deciding factor. The Germans were slow to respond and the Americans exploited their slow response and seized the initiative. With the exception of the Bulge,...
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    Re: New Film on Dunkirk

    Here let’s bring this home: Dunkirk was indicative of the British ground effort in Europe. It is not negative to recite the facts. For example, just one of many, the Brits were late getting off the...
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    Re: New Film on Dunkirk

    Why are you making this personal? Your repeated use of the word “you” is a strong indication that this has become personal. Why? It is not personal. We are having a conversation. If you disagree,...
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