Posts Tagged ‘German Ww2 Planes’
Japanese Ww2 Planes
Remember Pearl Harbor?
Thirty years ago this week – on Dec. 7, 1941 – Americans had this place and this date etched in their memory.
But the Japanese had a retentive memory then that enabled them to fashion the sneak attack, and subsequent Pacific naval war, from the pages of a book written sixteen years previously by an English reporter.
It is a startling but true fact that Hector C. Bywater, naval correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph, prophesied the Pacific campaign of World War II in Read the rest of this entry »
German Ww2 Planes
Overcoming Adversity and Leadership: Balancing of Justice and Forgiveness
I personally interviewed Major General Sid Shachnow (U. S. Army Retired), the former head of all U.S. Army Special Forces, as one of the accomplished leader participants for my Gonzaga University Doctoral dissertation which was titled, “Adversity and Obstacles in the Shaping and Development of Prominent Leaders: A hermeneutic phenomenological inquiry.”
I was honored and humble to have my Doctoral dissertation was published in 2008, “Leadership and Adversity: The Shaping of Prominent Leaders” by a major publisher, VDM Verlag Dr Müller AG Read the rest of this entry »
Ww2 British Planes
Spink’s auction, this Thursday, of Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals and Militaria is already looking like it will be the collectible medals sale of the year.
On offer are not one but two Victoria Cross medal groups: both the first VC ever awarded to a British soldier, Major J S Knox (during the Crimean War) and a posthumous VC awarded to Wing Commander H G Malcolm for a virtually suicidal mission in WW2.
However, there are also a couple of other lots which would be the headline piece in any other auction, none more so that the DSO group Read the rest of this entry »
German Ww2 Planes
During the interwar periods, the Germans employ the use of the Ju 87 Stuka Dive Bomber heavily. The term “Blitzkrieg” is used to refer to a specific military strategy that the Germans employ, which is to use speed and power to obtain a decisive victory. There is much debate over the originality of this military strategy. Eventually, historians agree that the method is not a new one. It is an old method that is employed with new technology.
During WW2, heavily armored vehicle technology was maturing quickly. Tanks and planes often help in achieving swift victories. Read the rest of this entry »