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Articles by Ludwig Dyke:

Operation Goodwood: Epic Armor Clash in Normandy – Day One

At 0525 on July 18th 1944, an artillery barrage erupted on the German positions a few kilometers to the east and southeast of Caen. Ten…

Operation Goodwood: Epic Armor Clash in Normandy – Day One

At 0525 on July 18th 1944, an artillery barrage erupted on the German positions a few kilometers to the east and southeast of Caen. Ten…

Operation Goodwood: Epic Armor Clash in Normandy – Day Three

July 20 July 20th 1944 marked the third day of Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery’s massive armored thrust “Operation Goodwood” against the Germans in the…

Operation Goodwood: Epic Armor Clash in Normandy – Day Two

July 19 July 19th, 1944, day two of “Operation Goodwood,” Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery’s massive armored onslaught on the German defensive lines south of…

Operation Goodwood: Epic Armor Clash in Normandy – by Ludwig H. Dyck

July 18 At 0525 on July 18th 1944, an artillery barrage erupted on the German positions a few kilometers to the east and southeast of…

Caesar’s elite Germanic Cavalry

By Ludwig H. Dyck During Gaius Julius Caesar’s conquest of Gaul (58-51 BC) and during the civil war (50-45 BC) that followed, Caesar commanded over…

The Day That Stuka Pilot Hans Ulrich Rudel Sank The Soviet Battleship Marat

The 20-year-old Silesian pastor’s son, Ulrich Rudel began his pilot training for the German Luftwaffe in 1936. Rudel volunteered for the new dive-bombing Stuka formations…