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 Lieutenant) March 15, 2016
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By the end of June 1940 the Battle of France was over, the British Army had been plucked from the Beaches of Dunkirk, but much of its heavy equipment had been abandoned in France.

It looked like Britain would be the next target for the Nazi war machine… Having witnessed the debacle in...read more

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At the beginning of the "First Battle of Alamein", Rommel's DAK suffered an unexpected coup when they lost the signals intercept unit Nachrichten Fern Aufklarung Kompanie 621 (NFAK 621) which was commanded by the Hauptmann (Captain) Alfred...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 25, 2015
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In this episode I talk to Douglas Waller about the Office of Strategic Services, the OSS.

The US entered the Second World War with no foreign intelligence service. Roosevelt selected William Donovan, WW1 Medal of Honor recipient, to create an agency based on the British MI6 and SOE....read more

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In World War II, dogs and United States Army began to be closely related. The first step in this direction was done by Dogs for Defense, Inc. (DFD), a national civilian organization whose was intended to train dogs to perform sentry duty for the army along the coast of the United States. Aware...read more

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