What the US Army wore on their shelves Unit Patches of WWII

Infantry Divisions 1st Infantry Division 2nd Infantry Division 3rd Infantry Division 4th Infantry Division 5th Infantry Division 6th Infantry Division 7th Infantry Division 8th Infantry Division 9th Infantry Division 10th Mountain Division 23rd Infantry Division 24th Infantry Division 25th Infantry Division 26th Infantry Division 27th Infantry Division 28th Infantry Division 29th Infantry Division 30th Infantry … Continue reading “What the US Army wore on their shelves Unit Patches of WWII”

What It Was Like to Serve on in the German Army on the Eastern Front

Following service as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery during the early 1970s, Ward Carr decided to remain in Germany, residing in Frankfurt. He has worked as a language trainer, freelance journalist, and translator. In 2001, Carr and a German colleague began writing a book featuring the crew of the famous battleship Bismarck. While … Continue reading “What It Was Like to Serve on in the German Army on the Eastern Front”

The Bayonet

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Bayonets) British infantryman in 1941 with a long WWI sword-type bayonet affixed to his rifle A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife, sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit on the end of the muzzle of a rifle, musket or similar firearm, allowing it to be used as a spear.[1] From the 17th century to World War I, it was considered a primary weapon … Continue reading “The Bayonet”