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  1. Re: Weapons Cache discovered under German woman's home.

    This is ridiculous. The German army which is the same thing as the German State put those unexploded weapons in the ground and should/must be responsible for removing them with apologies to the...
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    Re: Sten gun vs Owens sub machine gun

    My Father, who fought in the Dutch underground during WW2, was attached as a scout to a Canadian unit in Holland at the end of the war. He told me in passing that the Sten had the unfortunate...
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    Re: D-Day Survivor Remembers on 72d Anniversary

    Wonderful and touching story. He was lucky to have survived. I often wonder when reading these stories, if I could have done what these young men did. They were there to do a job and to follow...
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    Re: USS Augusta D-Day Question

    Yes, I believe he would be considered a D-Day Veteran.
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    Re: Who was the most overrated personality of WW2?

    Mac attended the Texas Military Institute (still here) when he was a young man while his father, Arthur, was stationed at Ft Sam Houston in San Antonio. His mother had a powerful influence over him...
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    Re: Who was the most overrated personality of WW2?

    William Shirer knew him when he was boadcasting out of Berlin. At first he avoided him but eventually inevitably spent some time with I'm during air raids. Shirer said that a he had a fair sense of...
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    Re: A forgotten pilot

    Nice story. It took the American female ferry pilots about as long to be recognized for their service.
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    This is all true as far as it goes. Japan played on the theme of getting the white man out of Asia and it was effective. Initially, at least. The only trouble with this is that Japan didn't give a...
  9. Re: US Marine who predicted Pacific War and amphibious tactics

    Just wow. This is one great story. International intrigue, human frailty, secret Japanese military preparations for a future conflict, odd witness (missionary, lone British subject), lots of alcohol,...
  10. Re: Churchill versus the rest - Best or worst WWII leader?

    Please tell me what toxic rot you are peddling because I don't understand it.
  11. Re: Churchill versus the rest - Best or worst WWII leader?

    Funny. Churchill was often accused of being a drunard by Goebbels and Hitler. That, and he led a nation of "shopkeepers".
    Did the irony of being flogged and beaten by a "shopkeeping drunkard" ever...
  12. Re: Churchill versus the rest - Best or worst WWII leader?

    There were times in his life when his finances were quite thin. Being a hard worker, a good speaker and great writer, he squeeked by Thos rough patches. Don't let his father's aristocratic origins...
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    Re: European Theater - What was the turning point?

    No one disputes the importance and valor of the British, but left-handed swipes at Henry Ford are really unnecessary. Americans familiar with history know that Ford was a terrible anti-semite and...
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    Re: European Theater - What was the turning point?

    Leccy, I'm with you. I doubt the Germans could have carried off an invasion. There would have been grievous losses on both sides, but the biggest loss would have been a failed invasion which would...
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    Re: European Theater - What was the turning point?

    Except that Britain generally did not use the Suez Canal during WWII until the Axis was defeated in N. Africa (maybe even longer). Hard to believe, but they went around Soiuth Africa most of time...
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    Re: A naval version for Warhawk?

    Sounds right. Landing gear would have to be significantly strenghtened to land on a carrier where landing were very tough on planes.
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    Re: What was post-World War II like?

    There are a number of books on the subject. One that deals with Japan in the post-war period is "Embracing Defeat". I read another about Germany but can't find it right now.
  18. Re: Did US really devote only 15% of war effort to Pacific War?

    I mentioned in an earlier post that I had a book filled with statistics on the Pacific Theatre of Operations. In the wilderness of facts and figures it was maddeningly difficult to tease out any...
  19. Re: Did US really devote only 15% of war effort to Pacific War?

    OK, let's say "few" as opposed to "none" and let's also agree that no Marine Divisions were used in the ETO. If you can find one, let me know.

    In terms of "ships", RS is correct that the army...
  20. Re: Did US really devote only 15% of war effort to Pacific War?

    Not really the case. Few to none marines served in the ETO. Shipboard numbers were miniscule. There were only six divisions of Marines in total during WW2 and ALL of them served in the Pacific....
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    Re: Perfidious French?

    From the English and American points of view, the French were quite irritating during WW2. This didn't begin with DeGaulle; the French leadership up until the surrender was quite *****ly, peevish...
  22. Re: Did US really devote only 15% of war effort to Pacific War?

    I've seen the same figure many times. I have a book somewhere on the PTO that has facts and figures in it but don't know where it is at the moment. Howver, thr largest single invasion of the...
  23. Re: Which service made the greatest contribution on all sides?

    Actually, weren't ALL the US supply ships in the Pacific US Navy ships and their personnel enlisted officers and seamen?
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    Re: Perfidious French?

    I don't have the numbers, but I do know that there was at least one B-25 Squadron piloted by Dutch aviators flying out of England and Dutch fighter pilots as well. I do not know what warships, if...
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    Re: Gloster Meteor

    Yeah, I'm sick and tired of reading about how the Me262 was the only jet fighter in WW2 when the difference in tim between it and the Gloster Meteor was only a matter of months and its engines didn't...
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