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A deviation from doctrine put more Allied emphasis on bombers and less on naval gunfire from ships (such as HMS Nelson...
A salty retired U.S. Navy flag officer shuns the current trend toward political correctness.
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A deviation from doctrine put more Allied emphasis on bombers and less on naval gunfire from ships (such as HMS Nelson) on D-Day at Normandy. The troops on the beach were the ones who suffered....
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