Heroes of World War 2: An anti-Mussolini Partisan
Some great WW2 cuttings. Great collection.
Mymom took a lot of pictures, saved a lot of pictures, and clipped cartoons during WWII (1940’s). Here are 2 I thought you might enjoy:
The images were scanned while in the plastic protectors. Remember, these a cartoons from a 1941 newspaper. I’m not about to remove a 73 year old newspaper clipping from 43 year old plastic.
I’ll end this blog post with style, specifically the style worn by my maternal grandfather in 1940:
Let’s remain in Italy with this picture of a field ambulance dressing station at Handley Cross on the Asiago Plateau. This photo was taken on September 10, 1918. I must say I love this building, entirely covered with sandbags, but with a look of Swiss chalet anyway. It’s a pity such buildings have disappeared after the war.
The Japanese Second Mobile Force retired to cruise a support area about 400 miles south of Kiska. On the second day of attack on Dutch Harbor, two occupation forces moved up to positions from which they could run their objectives. The first was the Adak-Attu Occupation Force and the second, the Kiska Occupation Force. As a result of the defeat at Midway [to be dealt with after this preliminary Alaska situation], the Adak occupation was canceled and the Adak-Attu Force was directed to only seize Attu, where a battalion of Army troops went ashore about 0300 hours, 7 June. The Kiska Force landed a battalion from their Navy at Reynard Cove at 1500 hours, 6 June.
Due to the weather and the attention given to the attacks on Dutch Harbor, US air reconnaissance did not discover that the occupation of Kiska and Attu was taking place until 4 days…
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A new edition of ‘Farewell Leicester Square’ is out now – with a brand new cover.
One for lovers of Jack Higgins and Alastair Maclean.
In the dying months of the Third Reich a fanatical alliance of SS officers and industrialists plans one final incredible mission to win the war.
They mastermind an ingenious plot to destroy London and force Britain to its knees.
But there is a spy among them.
And while the clock ticks down, a deadly race for survival takes place which could decide the fate of thousands of lives.
The action in this fast-paced novel switches from occupied Jersey to the lives of SOE and Resistance fighters in Belgium.
Intriguingly, it opens in London in 2005, as a terror attack on the city makes sickening headlines around the world.