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Articles by David Baker:

Two female Nazi sympathizers created a plan to kill Allied generals Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery. Marita Perigoe and Eileen Gleave had discovered where…

In November 2018, a 94-year-old German man will stand trial to answer for crimes that he committed during WWII. The alleged crimes took place in…

The United States tried to resist entanglement in World War II. But when Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese in December 1941, all that…

It took the United States more than 30 years to realize it, but a genuine American hero of World War II worked tirelessly – and…

Most battles are mental challenges carried out by physical forces, wherein a commander must solely focus on how to acquire superiority over the enemy. But…

Adolf Hitler had huge plans for his Third Reich and nothing short of total domination over Europe and Great Britain would satisfy him. But while…

Some navy ships around the world are so massive it’s a wonder they can stay afloat. Tons and tons of metal go into building these…

Soldiers win wars.  Officers might make the calls, set the strategy, and direct the action, but when it comes down to the actual hard sacrifices,…

During the 1980s, Israeli secret service agents ran a luxury beach resort in Sudan as a front for its operations. Mossad agents worked to smuggle…

German film director Roland Emmerich, who previously directed such films as “Independence Day” and “The Patriot,” is preparing to begin filming a remake of the…

A report in the Spanish newspaper, El Pais, states that veteran actor Al Matthews has passed away in Alicante on the Mediterranean Coast of Spain.…

The Romans built many enormous and impressive structures – castles, arenas, coliseums – that even today offer mute testimony to the ingenuity and brilliance of…