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England, the birthplace of Golf, is home to some of the world's most prestigious courses Among them, the Hesketh Golf Club In 1885, Southport, an English town located forty-five minutes' drive north of Liverpool, saw
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Topics: World War 2, WWII, Golf, Olympics, Hesketh Golf Club

Private Robert Joseph Wiewel was born on September 28th, 1922. Graduated from High School in May 1940, at the age of seventeen years old, he then stopped his studies to help his father, August Wiewel, at the family farm.
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Topics: WWII, Saint Valérie en caux, Lucky Strike Camp, Train accident of Saint Valérie en Caux

On February 21st, 2024, Missak Manouchian entered the Pantheon, in Paris, a French monument which welcomes the most important figures of the French history.
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Topics: Nazi, Schutzstaffel, SS, WWII, Missak Manouchian

Omaha Beach is sadly known for the tragic events which occurred during the Second World War, especially during the D-Day.
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Topics: WWII, Omaha Beach, DDAY

"Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will leave in infamy the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire Japan." President Franklin D. Roosevelt A few
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Topics: WWII, WWII Golf, Pearl Harbor

During the mission of the 2nd Armored Division which was to prevent the Germans to reestablish a line of defense after the Saint-Lô breakthrough, “C” Company of the 702nd Tank Destroyer Battalion was attached to the
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During the closing of the Roncey Pocket, the 82nd Reconnaissance Battalion had to reconnoiter the Combat Command “B” road of advance and then to cover the flanks and to go all the way to the Sienne River to take the
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On July 29th at 0655pm, the 78th Armored Field Artillery Battalion of the 2nd Armored Division took a position near La Chapelle du Pont Flaba at coordinates 291441 (see map below). The Fire Direction Centre was in a
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On July 29th, 1944, Captain James R. McCartney commanding officer of “E” Company of the 2nd Battalion of the 67th Armored Regiment had brought his company in Grimesnil and set up his bivouac area at coordinates 279460
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