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U.S. War Plan Black

In the world of historical fiction, one subset that has always been popular is the “what if” scenario. Wars are …  

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U.S. War Plan Orange

War Plan Orange was part of a series of color-coordinated contingency plans. War Plan Orange was specifically outlined by the …  

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Opposition to US Involvement in World War II Prior to Pearl Harbor – Part 2 of 2

Though few think of what World War II would have been like without the US’s role in the war, there …  

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No War: How the Public Opposed U.S. Intervention in WW2 – Part 1 of 2

These days, it’s hard to imagine a time when the United States didn’t want to participate in World War 2. …  

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The Anti-Comintern Pact of WWII

When talking about World War II, most people know about the conflict as the Allies versus the Axis powers. However, …  

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Post-War Plans for the World War II Axis Powers

When talking about historical fiction, one of the most popular “what-if” scenarios involves what would happen if the Axis powers …  

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Post-War Plan of the World War II Allied Powers

After one of the most devastating and costly wars that the world has ever seen, the Allied Powers set out …  

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History of Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a special day of the year that we celebrate fathers around the world. Even though this is …  

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Abandoned Industrial Sites of America

For many years, America stood as a beacon of industry. From the age of the Industrial Revolution to the mid …  

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World War II Ruins in Germany

Are you a World War II buff? If that’s the case, Germany has some of the most famous sites and …  

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U.S. War Plan Black

In the world of historical fiction, one subset that has always been popular is the “what if” scenario. Wars are …