Naval History Magazine - June 2000 Volume 14 Number 3

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Begun literally within days of France's surrender in June 1940, Germany's U-boat bunkers on the Bay of Biscay remain standing to this day as stark monuments to Nazi...

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Into the Grey Wolves' Den


Begun literally within days of France's surrender in June 1940, Germany's U-boat bunkers on the Bay of Biscay remain...

My Korean War

Fifty years ago, North Korea launched an invasion of its southern neighbor and started a war that remains unresolved to this...

Truman Responds

From the beginning, President Harry S. Truman wanted the Korean conflict to remain a limited war. South Korea was saved; but...

An Ordeal to Forget

In an extraordinary survival story, a U.S. naval officer is rescued from the USS Langley (AV-3) after a Japanese...


 
 

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