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German Treatment of Injured Prisoners of War. The hostility between the two armies led Conrad to split the two armies and take different routes across Anatolia. The Immutable Nature of War, PBS, NOVA, interview with Lt. There are often variations in how a name was recorded on the attestation paper and on the file envelope, as well as on other documents in the file. It turns into the longest battle of the war; fighting continues for nine months and approximately one million are killed. Rare World War II color photo of African-American engineers participating in nighttime flag ceremony, Ft.

Pages: 480

Publisher: Naval & Military Press (July 25, 2015)

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