The Philippine Resistance – How WW2’s Forgotten Guerrilla Movement Helped Bring Down Japan

“Guerrillas endured pervasive exhaustion, disease, and malnourishment. They engaged in irregular warfare, espionage, prison raids and sabotage.” By James Kelly Morningstar WHAT IF I told you that one of the most important campaigns of World… The post The Philippine Resistance – How WW2’s Forgotten Guerrilla Movement Helped Bring Down Japan appeared first on MilitaryHistoryNow.com.

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Know Your WW2 History: Suvorov’s Revisionism Goes Mainstream

Barbarossa: Suvorov’s Revisionism Goes Mainstream

 

As an amateur Military Historian  I would have to read the books mentioned before I gave my opinion on this Revisionist thesis.

The article however is fascinating and brings up some great questions, especially in light of the rise of Communism in the 21st Century.

 

Know Your WW2 History: Soviet Drone Tanks

These are the Soviet drone tanks of World War II

 

“Teletanks” were a technological marvel for their time but practicality in war eventually demanded resources go toward building real T-26’s and eventually the Soviet workhorse tank of WW2, the T-34.

This History of Soviet Tanks in World War Two is a fascinating one.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Operation Kutuzov

Know Your WW2 History.

Weapons and Warfare

The direct aspect of that development began on July 11. It involved a still-overlooked operation that is arguably better evidence of the Red Army’s progress than the so frequently cited battle to the south. When all is said and done, Kursk, seen from a Russian perspective, was a traditional Russian battle. Echoing Zorndorf and Kunersdorf, Friedland and Borodino, it was a test of endurance intended to enable the Red Army to begin setting the pace. Operation Kutuzov, the assault on the German-held salient that began on July 12, was something fundamentally different.

The German and the Russian ways of war approached operational art from opposite directions. The Prussian/German army had developed its version of operational art as a response to the constraining of campaign-level tactics in an age of mass armies. The Russians came to it through a developing understanding of how Russia’s vast spaces could complement the metastasizing armies…

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Guerrilla Logistics

For someone looking for a role in the resistance auxiliary they might consider logistics. Undoubtedly logistics will be the difference between victory and failure of any guerrilla campaign. For supporters of the movement not able to physically fight, participation in the logistical chain would fulfill a vital and necessary role. What would be some the…

Guerrilla Logistics By Sig357 — American Partisan