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  1. Japanese victory in the pacific war - is it really ASB?

    In one book I had it was put this way if Japan was a little giant the US was Godzilla.
  2. Robert Todd Lincoln Presidency (1885-1897) : Elections, Policy, Achievements, and Cabinet?

    The issue is that Arthur was dying of kidney failure and had decided not to make a serious attempt for reelection.
  3. Worst 10 officers of each WWII power.

    Actually the Russians seemed to use Cavalry and Mechanized infantry together rather successfully in some cases.
  4. Worst 10 officers of each WWII power.

    I think Poland used them in WW2
  5. Irene and Sandy: A Tale of Two Hurricanes

    Be interesting to see if Tropical Storm Lee still forms as OTL as that caused major damage along the Susquehanna River in New York and Pennsylvania partly due to all the rain Irene caused.
  6. Japanese victory in the pacific war - is it really ASB?

    Approaching ? I think it's a lot bigger then that.
  7. Worst 10 officers of each WWII power.

    Personally I think it was Montgomery's personality that was the issue more then his skill.
  8. A Matter of National Security

    So I wonder with the Pennsylvania Turnpike under construction I wonder if that might have the goverment start planning their own system to improve highway in mountainous areas?
  9. Warships that should never been built?

    To be fair to the Ethiopians outnumbered the Italians and to a point had superior guns and artillery for some of their troops. I think it was something like 100,000 to 10,000 or so.
  10. Warships that should never been built?

    And it wasn't the first French ship or even battleship to sink like that. It' in a book I have called Naval Blunders
  11. WI: The Long Island Express Directly hits NYC in 1938

    The federal Weather Bureau also made a forecast which said it would go out to sea without hitting land.
  12. WI: The Long Island Express Directly hits NYC in 1938

    It's really going to hurt the business sector as well.
  13. Wi earlier D-DAY

    Or to put it simply most of the forces for an 1942 assault would be mostly British and the said no pretty strongly. Not to mention the Germans won't need that many forces to defend Cherbourg which the allies planned to assault. Brooke did it with a Brigade in 1940. Cherbourg was considered...
  14. A Blunted Sickle - Thread II

    I read that the Dutch East Indies was starting to reduce the stuff they were buying in Japan in 1939 but I don't know anymore then that.
  15. Would a worse performing USSR have motivated an earlier Allied invasion of mainland Europe?

    Not to mention Brest would probably be rejected for the same reasons it was OTL too vulnerable to weather from the Atlantic, it would be easier to keep the allies bottled up there. And finally it would be at the edge of fighter support from the Uk.
  16. Would a worse performing USSR have motivated an earlier Allied invasion of mainland Europe?

    You won't be invading that early without major differences. The earliest time frame mentioned is the fall.
  17. Would a worse performing USSR have motivated an earlier Allied invasion of mainland Europe?

    Not to mention several of the units used in Tunisia were in France including the 10th Panzer Division.
  18. Would a worse performing USSR have motivated an earlier Allied invasion of mainland Europe?

    The problem is that in 1942 we just didn't have the landing craft to land much. As I mentioned we couldn't even land a Division. Not to mention supply an assault force. Even more so as the landing would have been in the fall. And Torch we were lucky as must of the French forces didn't fight for...
  19. Would a worse performing USSR have motivated an earlier Allied invasion of mainland Europe?

    Yeah if their was an invasion in 1942 it would be mostly British and could only land if I remember about 7,000 per wave.
  20. The Rainbow. A World War One on Canada's West Coast Timeline

    The US Sectary of the navy ordered ships to stop carrying alcohol on July1st 1914.
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