"Despite the incredible constancy and valor of the men who fought there, maybe none of the great powers...had a clear understanding of what they were doing in Burma," muses columnist Robert M. Citino on the Allied role and their impact during the Burma campaign.
The reason to train an army is to beat an enemy in battle—but if you're a Japanese soldier, it might have seemed your army's real purpose was to beat you
Wehrmacht leader Walther von Seydlitz marched to the beat of his own drum—a trait that, oddly enough, would earn him no friends.
Historian Rob Citino explains how Hitler hoped his military strategy in Russia would impress and inspire the Japanese to help them fight against the Soviets
What made Germany lose the war? A lot of things. But one problem that doesn’t get enough attention is command structure.