On D-Day the Allied troops knew exactly where the German defenses were, which divisions were deployed, what size gun battery they were
At 0530 hours on December 16th, 1944 the final counterattack of the German army took place in the Ardennes forest.
When we are talking about or hear the word “OMAHA”, June, 6th 1944, D-Day are
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"Man in front of the man behind the gun"
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Dear readers you have discovered the Cherbourg Campaign thru the stories of the 4th, 9th and 79th
The 79th Infantry Division as the other US Infantry Divisions engaged three
It was on the 1st of June 1944 when the 79th Reconnaissance Troop left Marbury Hall Tent Camp N°2 in England to “Galloping
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