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  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Prof. Pulviano & Prof. Holmes, Thank you both for a most enlightening discussion. And thanks to the powers that be that no A bombs were dropped in Europe during WWII. Happy Summer Solstice, John ------------------------------ John Ross Middleburg VA ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Professor Holmes, I ask your pardon because probably my message was unclear. The "weak link of the Axis" wasn't Sicily. It was Italy at all, both in the political and in the military fields. Allies' march to north was surely very harsh, but not so slow. ...

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    A post appeared on the AHA Communities website which indicated the link to a petition: historians4palestine@gmail.com I clicked on that link and read the petition, which included over 300 listed names in support. To my astonishment my name ...

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    Professor Pluviano, whether Sicily was the "weak link" of the Axis is open to question. As you no doubt recall, the Allied forces locked into slow moving trench warfare in Italy were sometimes humorously referred to as "Hitler's largest POW camp." US ...

  • Posted in: AHA Member Forum

    Professor Holmes, Allied landing in Sicily was mainly addressed against the "weak link" of the Axis. Allied didn't aimed to avoid Communist seizure of the power in June-July 1943, simply because they didn't perceived any "Communist danger": Communist ...

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