Infrantry, Planes, Units, WW2

Why Italy was so ineffective during WW2 ?

As you may notice, Italy didn’t achive much considering Germany. This is due to several reasons: Weak Industry This is the biggest problem. You see, industry effects both quality and…

Infrantry, WW1

Trench System in WW1

Trench was the solution for protection for the infrantry.  In 1914, first trenches were dug by both sides in the Western Front. These trenches were dug by men and it…

Infrantry, Units, WW1

German Stormtroopers

1915 was in a stalemate due to the nature of trench warfare. In trench warfare, attacker side has massive negative factors such as not be able to shoot enemy while…

Battles, Infrantry, Operations, Resistance Groups

American Revolution 02

It was now winter and British forces were not expecting an attack, and they were using some mercenaries near the Continental Army. Washington heard the Hessian defenses were down and…

Battles, Infrantry, Royal Navy, WW1

Gallipoli Campaign

1915. WW1 had been fallen into a stalemate, plus Russia wants supply help from Allied powers and that way, Allies could reach İstanbul and knock the Ottoman Empire out of…

Biography, Infrantry, Soviet Armed Forces, Units

The White Death

The White Death was a nickname giving to a Finnish sniper. His original name was Simo Häyhä. He fought in Winter War, a war that is disaster for the Soviets.…

Biography, Imperial Japanese Army Air Service, Infrantry, Resistance Groups

Japanese Soldier Who Didn’t Surrender Until 1974

Hiro Onoda was a intelligence officer in the Imperial Japanese Army. He was trained at the Nakano School as an intelligence officer and gerilla warfare soldier. Onoda was sent to…

Cold War, Infrantry, Vietnam War

Fragging in Vietnam War

As war progress and American soldiers began to lose, morale was low among soldiers. As a result, strict, racist, and officers who use dangerous tactics for the normal soldiers to…