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  • ...s]]' speech, a rallying call to arms and continued defiance in the face of German onslaught; in the Jackboot Britain narrative, Churchill is booed and heckle ...of the [[British Expeditionary Force (World War II)|British Expeditionary Force]] are introduced to life in a [[Prisoner of War]] camp ran by the [[Waffen-
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  • It was a pivotal case for the personnel of the U.S. Air Force's [[Project Sign]], and was a main reason they championed the [[extraterres As the Air Force's official UFO investigation group, Project Sign collected UFO sightings fr
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  • ...War II. In its day, this site was the home of three hundred thousand Navy personnel.<ref>http://voices.yahoo.com/idahos-5-most-haunted-spots-2635651.html</ref> * '''[[McConnell Air Force Base]]''' in Wichita is said to be haunted.<ref>http://www.theshadowlands.n
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  • ...ed and eugenically bred, became the preeminent and most effective military force in the known universe. The Fish Speakers were eventually eclipsed by the [[ ...hat might be called supersoldiers, being an elite, highly trained commando force bred to survive on a harsh, high-gravity world (referred to in one book as
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  • ...[[the Holocaust]]. Seifer’s uncle Paul Adler had been in the [[Royal Air Force]]. Born in [[Germany]], but of [[Poles|Polish]] origin, Paul’s father own ...s at Providence College, a brilliant half-[[Poles|Polish]], half-[[Germans|German]] physicist, whose mentor, during [[World War II]], was [[Werner Heisenberg
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  • |march= [[Garryowen (air)|Garryowen]] ...ntry Division]], organized 10 August 1918 at [[Camp Funston]], Kansas from personnel of the 41st Infantry. Relieved from the 10th Division and demobilized 13 Fe
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  • | doctoral_students = [[Padmavathy Bandopadhyay|Air Marshal P Bandopadhyay]], [[G. Ilavazhagan]], [[Alka Chatterjee]], [[Shoba ...hal P Bandopadhyay]] (Retd. Director General, Medical Services, Indian Air Force), [[G. Ilavazhagan]] (Director, Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied
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  • * A predilection for frontal assaults and the belief in brute force rather than the use of surprises or ruses. ...ver crossing on the Kalka in the Ukraine. The Mongols draw the Russo-Cuman force out until they are overextended, then attack with their heavy cavalry and d
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  • ...ersonnel Office|U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for POW/Missing Personnel Affairs]]<ref name="letter2"/> *Merrill “Tony” McPeak, former [[General]] of [[U.S. Air Force]]<ref name="washpost1"/>
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  • ...Gibbs]], [[Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach|Fischer von Erlach]] and the German baroque architects ...athan (2002). ''Italy: A Short History''. Page 68 says he was Italian (not German or Norman).</ref>
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  • ...lled in action]] 3 December 1942 in [[El Bathan]]) was a [[German language|German]] [[Oberfeldwebel]] in the [[Fallschirmjäger]] during [[World War II]]. In November 1942, several German and Italian divisions from France and Italy were moved to Tunisia, where th
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  • ...salzburg.com/articles/1789959?highlight=Allerberger |deadurl=yes |language=German |newspaper=Salzburger Nachrichten |archiveurl=http://archive.is/hP1iQ |arch ...svz.at/static/content/e1114/e1657/2010-03-03/18.pdf |deadurl=yes |language=German |newspaper=Salzburger Nachrichten |archiveurl=http://webcache.googleusercon
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  • |branch=[[German Army (Wehrmacht)|Heer]] |rank=''[[Oberleutnant]]'' of the [[Military reserve force|Reserves]] (Posthumously)
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  • ...Highest Award of the Second World War of all Wehrmacht Branches |language=German |location=Friedberg, Germany |publisher=Podzun-Pallas |ref=harv|isbn=978-3- ...ith Germany According to the Documents of the Federal Archives |language=German |location=Jena, Germany |publisher=Scherzers Miltaer-Verlag |isbn=978
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  • ===Ag Task Force=== ...gricultural Crimes Task-Force, more commonly referred to as the “Ag Task-Force,” investigates all cases with a nexus to the agricultural community, as w
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  • |branch=[[German Army (Wehrmacht)|Heer]] |language=German
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  • '''Walter Gerth''' (12 December 1914 — 10 January 1995) was a German [[Waffen-SS]] man during [[World War II]] who was awarded the [[Knight's Cr ...on 31 March 1943 as SS-''[[Obersturmführer]]'' of the [[Military reserve force|Reserves]] and chief of the 7./SS-Panzer-Artillerie-Regiment 3 "Totenkopf"{
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  • ...Air Wing, he lead the successful bombing attack on the German battleship [[German battleship Tirpitz|''Tirpitz'']] in 1944 during [[Operation Tungsten]]. He ...anadian Navy]] [[cadet]]. In 1937 he transferred to the Royal Navy [[Fleet Air Arm]] and qualified as a pilot a year later. He initially served in the Med
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  • ...vg|23px|link=|alt=]] [[Waffen-SS]]<br />[[File:Roundel of the Austrian Air Force.svg|18px]] [[Austrian Armed Forces|Bundesheer]] ...wards the end of the war, his company being reinforced with men from the [[German Army (Wehrmacht)|Army]] and from the [[Luftwaffe]] [[Flak]] units. In April
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  • '''Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus''' was a German designer<ref>{{cite book |title=German Seaman 1939–45 |first=Gordon |last=Williamson|authorlink=Gordon Williamso ...kill" with another Anti-Aircraft Team.<ref>{{cite book |title=World War II German Battle Insignia |first=Gordon |last=Williamson |isbn=1-84176-352-7 |publish
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