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Articles by Marty Morgan:

They ran so fast that the hounds couldn’t catch & ‘em – An Analysis of the Exfiltration Operation that followed the Battle at Chalmette

War History Online presents this Guest Article from Martin K.A. Morgan   The U.S. history memory of the Battle of New Orleans has traditionally focused on…

U-537, Cape Chidley & The Secret Weather Station WFL-26 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Throughout the war, the Allies enjoyed a certain advantage over the Axis that was purely the product of geography.  Because the Allied nations occupied real…

I-17 & the Shelling of the Bankline Oil Refinery – February 23, 1942 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Thanks go to Marty Morgan for this wonderful article. Two months after Pearl Harbor, World War II raged around the world in places like the Philippines…

The Sinking of U-166 – By Martin K.A. Morgan

War History Online presents this Guest Article from Martin K.A. Morgan On June 8, 2001 representatives of British Petroleum (BP), Shell Oil Company and the Minerals…

U-537, Cape Chidley & The Secret Weather Station WFL-26 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Throughout the war, the Allies enjoyed a certain advantage over the Axis that was purely the product of geography.  Because the Allied nations occupied real…

U-537, Cape Chidley & The Secret Weather Station WFL-26 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Throughout the war, the Allies enjoyed a certain advantage over the Axis that was purely the product of geography.  Because the Allied nations occupied real…

The Sinking of U-166 – By Martin K.A. Morgan

War History Online presents this Guest Article from Martin K.A. Morgan On June 8, 2001 representatives of British Petroleum (BP), Shell Oil Company and the Minerals…

They ran so fast that the hounds couldn’t catch & ‘em – An Analysis of the Exfiltration Operation that followed the Battle at Chalmette

War History Online presents this Guest Article from Martin K.A. Morgan   The U.S. history memory of the Battle of New Orleans has traditionally focused on…

I-17 & the Shelling of the Bankline Oil Refinery – February 23, 1942 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Thanks go to Marty Morgan for this wonderful article. Two months after Pearl Harbor, World War II raged around the world in places like the Philippines…

The Battle of Grytviken – When A Lone Sniper Turned The Tide Of Battle On A Warship – By Martin K.A. Morgan

In 1982, Argentina and the United Kingdom fought one another in the South Atlantic in a war that briefly thrust the political fate of the…

U-537, Cape Chidley & The Secret Weather Station WFL-26 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Throughout the war, the Allies enjoyed a certain advantage over the Axis that was purely the product of geography.  Because the Allied nations occupied real…

I-17 & the Shelling of the Bankline Oil Refinery – February 23, 1942 – by Martin K.A. Morgan

Thanks go to Marty Morgan for this wonderful article. Two months after Pearl Harbor, World War II raged around the world in places like the Philippines…