Nov 09, 2019 · The German High Command was impressed by the tenacity of the Dutch Army but it had neither the equipment, nor the appropriate training and experience to put up much more than a token resistance against the invading forces. Many Dutchmen avoided German capture and eventually reached England, where they continued their struggle.
  • A When Germany started to compete with the British in building battleships and battle cruisers, the German Navy's budget doubled. By building two to four fewer dreadnoughts, the German military might have had 360-700 million Marks to spend elsewhere before 1914 (if the Socialists allowed it).
  • The Black Tom explosion was an act of sabotage by German agents to destroy U.S.-made munitions that were to be supplied to the Allies in World War I.The explosions, which occurred on July 30, 1916, in the New York Harbor, destroyed some $20,000,000 worth of military goods. This incident, which happened prior to U.S. entry into World War I, also famously damaged the Statue of Liberty.
  • The American leader recognized that the Germans would have to fight on two fronts: in the west against Britain and in the east against Russia. He decided it was best to attack Germany while its forces were divided. So the United States sent most of its troops and supplies to Britain to join the fight against Germany.
  • B"Japan's World War II Balloon Bomb Attacks on North America", Smithsonian Magazine, 1973 German Long Range Bomber -- New York City The Ju 390 was a prototype multi-purpose, long range aircraft flown in 1943 from Bordeaux, occupied France, to near New York City and returned.
  • C Volkswagen works council agrees to destruction of 20,000 jobs in Germany By Dietmar Gaisenkersting 3 February 2020 Only one week after the chairman of the board of the Volkswagen Group (VW ...
  • The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras, North Carolina hosts a symposium on World War I submarine warfare to mark the 100th anniversary of U-boat attacks off the North Carolina coast.
  • The 'Living Legacies 1914-18' WW1 Engagement Centre provides a meeting point between academics, heritage professionals, and communities, designed to capture and evaluate activities shaping the ongoing the Centenary of WW1 and engage those involved in its commemoration, while at the same time use this as an opportunity to forge closer university-community partnerships to assist a growing and ...
  • This work, National Guard's 42nd Division Goes on Attack in WWI at Chateau Thierry, by COL Richard Goldenberg, identified by DVIDS, must comply with the restrictions shown on https://www.dvidshub ...
  • John Singer Sargent's 'Gassed' depicts the aftermath of a mustard gas attack on British troops. In retrospect it is sad to know that warfare by poisoning soldiers - so brutal, highly personal, and used with such little restraint by both sides in WWI - had been previously outlawed by the Hague Convention in 1899.
  • DAfter Germany resumed unrestricted warfare in war-zone waters the US cit all diplomatic ties to Germany. Hours after a German U-boat sunk American liner Housatonic. Germany sunk four more American vessels after the US declared war on them The US enters WW1
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