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Articles by Sarah Cooper:

The SS Cap Arcona was a German ocean liner built in the 1920’s for the Hamburg – South America Line. She was Germany’s answer to…

The Battle of Amiens started nearly 100 years ago in Picardy, France, in 1918. The major combat lasted until August 12th and was a success…

Messages from the front lines of war or from soldiers currently fighting were, and still are, sent home on a regular basis. Some of these…

1.  The Battle of the Somme was originally meant to be predominantly a French offensive. The Battle of the Somme was first planned in late…

Superstitions have been around since the early days of humanity, so it is not surprising that military men have often conjured up superstitious beliefs themselves.…

The Battle of the Somme was originally meant to be predominantly a French offensive. The Battle of the Somme was first planned in late 1915,…

When the Second World War was finally over, Germany was divided up into four occupation zones among the Allied forces. Berlin was also divided up…

The Battle of Amiens started nearly 100 years ago in Picardy, France, in 1918. The major combat lasted until August 12th and was a success…

Messages from the front lines of war or from soldiers currently fighting were, and still are, sent home on a regular basis. Some of these…

The Hardest Day in the Battle of Britain took place on August 18th, 1940 when the German Luftwaffe decided to try and destroy the UK…

Taking place on August 23rd, 1914 the Battle of Mons was a clash between the British Army and the advancing German Army in Mons, Belgium.…

Europe is filled with war cemeteries and memorials commemorating the millions of lives that were lost during both World Wars. These sites have become tourist…