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For most of World War II, 1939-45, Germany’s armored forces or Panzerwaffe ruled the battlefields of Europe through superior tactics, training, and will power. Their primary function was to break through enemy lines along a narrow front “hitting with fist and not feeling with the fingers,” encircle the enemy, cutting him off, and setting up their subsequent annihilation by regular infantry and artillery units. Speed and shock were the... more...

The battle for Saipan and the Marianas Island chain in the Central Pacific was one of the toughest battles of World War II. Assaulted by three American divisions—two Marine and one Army—and supported one of the largest naval armadas ever assembled, Saipan was a strategic victory for the United States. Once it was secured by late-July 1944, massive new B-29 bombers were able to attack Japan from the island chain. This is the historically accurate... more...