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 Lieutenant) December 19, 2014
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These reports, which were never finished, give a substantial analysis of the Tiger I and include fascinating details of the vehicle in service, its capabilities, and the sophisticated engineering used. They include extracts of the interrogation of a German Tiger I crew after their capture which...read more

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 Lieutenant) November 08, 2014
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The Germans have long devoted a large part of their national energies to both the study and the application of the science of war. The German Army which was built up under the Nazi regime and which challenged the world in 1939 was the final product of this study. It represented the fruition of...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 06, 2014
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The purpose of this study is to provide a concise description of Japanese infantry weapons. The successful operations of United Nations forces on Guadalcanal, New Guinea, New Georgia, and the Aleutians have resulted in the capture of large amounts of Japanese materiel. Many types of this...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 06, 2014
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The document here published is based upon a study made by the French General Staff immediately after the armistice. A lost war never permits the leaders of a defeated Army to rest and demands insistent searching for the reason of the defeat, but victory breeds self- confidence and a disposition...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 06, 2014
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Since the decisive outcome of the campaigns in France and the Low Countries left the British Army considerably inferior to the German Army in strength and materiel, the British had no choice but to avoid full-scale fighting until new power could be marshalled. Accordingly, shortly after the...read more

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 Lieutenant) November 05, 2014
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This bulletin proposes to summarize information which will serve three purposes:

1. It will permit a better appreciation of the basis of German military strength. The strength of the German Army and its early success in this war owe much to two factors: plan ning and training. The Nazi...read more

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 Lieutenant) November 05, 2014
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In the Lybian Desert, where fighting has been continuous, since 1940, fire power has been a decisive factor, and artillery has played an important role in its development. Guns have halted tanks and infantry; guns of all calibersmotor-drawn, self-propelled, portee, and mounted in tanks-have...read more

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 HQ Batallón) November 04, 2014
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The air forces of a nation fly and fight in the air. Airborne forces, transported to battle through the air, are primarily trained to fight on and for the ground. U. S.  Army doctrine on the Tactics and Technique of Air-Borne Troops is set forth in Basic Field Manual FM 31 30, published May 20...read more

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 Lieutenant) November 03, 2014
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In 1944 the American Army was closinginon the Nazi war machi ne. They had chased the Germans half way across Europe and Army Intelligence had gotten a very wellrounded picture of them along the way. We now had very thorough information on how Jerry was trained, equipped and organized. We had a...read more

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