Mary Ellis, an elite airwoman during World War II, died Tuesday at the age of 101 on the Isle of Wight.
On May 8, 1945, the Allied Forces accepted the terms of surrender from Nazi Germany’s armed forces. The unconditional details of the surrender meant that World War II was officially won. Hitler was no more, and the Allies emerged victorious. That is why this day is forever known for the Victory in Europe, or VE Day. … More Celebrate VE Day With One of Our Great Books
The concept of a single-man tankette was born in a garage. Royal Engineer Major Giffard Le Quesne Martel worked on the tactical development of tanks during WW1. Even after the war, Martel never stopped theorizing about the future of tank warfare: what’s next? How can I improve what’s already available? Where do we go from … More A Brief History of Red Army Tankettes