This book is concerned primarily with the combat (or tactical) groups that were active during the Second World War. Although such groups had numerous designations, nearly all fell within four major categories: bombardment, fighter, reconnaissance,...
Continuation from I part, contains a narrative of events displaying the facts, seriousness of difficulties encountered, decisions made, results of such and management of the campaign and its effect on the war. Translation by Aage Woldike.
This document describes the Battle of the Tardenois, copies of the principal orders, directions, instructions, letters and notes referred to in document's chapters, and the Chateau-Thierry-Soissons counteroffensive in World War I.
This document includes information regarding the development of flame weapons by both allied and enemy powers, their characteristics, what quantities were available, fuel development, the employment in various theaters where American troops were...
This volume resumes the narrative of the Fifth Armies history during the Italian offensive on December 16, 1944 and details the utilization of time during the cessation of offensive operations during the winter of 1944/1945.
This narrative picks up the history of the Fifth Army's Italian offensive from April 14, 1945 and ends with the German surrender on May 2, 1945. A summary of 5th Army activities until its October inactivation is included.
This document is the G-4 Periodic Report, US Army Forces, POA, for the quarter ending 30 September 1944. Included is supply organization, orders and general instructions, 7th Air Force employment plan, and South Pacific Base Command.