Guest Authors

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Michael Chimaobi is a Freelance Writer and a student of Information Technology at Federal University of Technology, Owerri.
He has several published works in fiction and non-fiction categories, and is currently drawn to history.
Michael Chimaobi has written about several conflicts in the history of mankind as well as interesting military phenomena, and hopes to make positive contributions to his immediate surroundings and beyond through his writing.

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Articles by Micheal Chimaobi Kalu:

Part 3: Top 30 Greatest War Books of All Time

With all the devastating effects of war and the deep scars it leaves on the pages of our history, one can easily agree with the…

PART 2: The Top 30 Greatest War Books of All Time

With all the devastating effects of war and the deep scars it leaves on the pages of our history, one can easily agree with the…

22 Facts You May Not Know About the Medal of Honor

If you have read the stories of just a few out of all the 3,522 Medal of Honor recipients, you may have noticed one similarity:…

6 Crazy Pranks Pulled by Soldiers – in the Middle of War

War is brutal and bloody. It is rarely a laughing matter. However, some soldiers deal with the horror they encounter by cultivating an inclination toward…

How One Navy SEAL was Awarded the MoH for Saving Another MoH Recipient

When a draft notice came to Thomas Rolland Norris, he hoped to become a Navy pilot. But when visual acuity and depth perception issues became…

Wereth 11: They Felt Safe, That Night Would Turn Out to be Their Last, 1st SS Pulled up Outside

As the German onslaught grew more truculent, the Battle of the Bulge came to feature a myriad of dramas with many heroic and villainous actions.…

Instrumental in the Break Through to Bastogne, Disabling a Tank, Two 88s & Forcing the Surrender of 13 Germans

On December 26, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, Private James Hendrix was instrumental in allowing American troops to break through to the besieged…