Submitted by Jason McDonald on Sat, 2014-07-19 23:24
Early in the war Soviet Premier Josef Stalin, faced with grievous losses in the great encirclements of 1941, was agitating for a second front in continental Europe. The war in NorthAfrica was not enough.
Submitted by Jason McDonald on Fri, 2014-07-18 22:23
At 12:05 AM on June 6, 1944, three gliders carrying an element of the British6th Airborne Division silently cut loose form the their tow planes and drifted towards the Pegasus Bridge, one of the few bridges that led over the Seine towards Normandy.