Various WWII Reports and Documents

Various WWII Reports and Documents

The following documents are currently not categorized in their proper sub-category.  Until then, they will be indexed here.

1st Air Commando Group; Any Place, Any Time, Any Where [78 Pages]

The 9th AustralianDivision Versusthe Africa Corps: An Infantry DivisionAgainst Tanks-Tobruk, Libya, 1941 [82 Pages]

Air-Ground Teamwork on the Western Front [56 Pages]

Air Power Versus U-Boats: Confronting Hitler’s Submarine Menace in the European Theater [26 Pages]

Airborne Assault on Holland [56 Pages]

Airlift and airborne operations in World War II [55 Pages]

The Amphibians Came to Conquer Volume I [626 Pages] – The development of amphibious doctrine, tactics, and techniques that defeated the Japanese in the Pacific

The Amphibians Came to Conquer Volume II [696 Pages] – The development of amphibious doctrine, tactics, and techniques that defeated the Japanese in the Pacific

9 April 1940 German Invasion of Norway – The Dawn of Decisive Airpower during Joint Military Operations [45 Pages]

An Army Air Corps Test of Strategic Air Power: Operation MATTERHORN and the B-29 Superfortress [38 Pages]

Armored Forces [21 Pages] – Major General Heinz Guderian offers suggestions on employment of armor, aircraft and infantry together and the problems related to the use of such units

Artillery in the Desert [126 Pages] – Insights on how the army adapted its operations to the realities of the North African desert in World War II

Auschwitz and Anglo-American Air Power: Historical Debates and Military Capabilities [169 Pages]

The Battle for Crete (Operation Mercury): An Operational Analysis [33 Pages]

The Battle of Kursk: An Analysis of Strategic and Operational Principles [54 Pages]

Coral & Brass [304 Pages] – Gen. Holland “Howlin’ Mad” Smith points out mistakes experienced in the Pacific during WWII with a tribute to the Marines that served so gallantly with him

Defending Hitler’s Reich: German Ground-Based Air Defenses, 1914-1945 [595 Pages]

The Development of German Defensive Tactics ln Cyrenaica, 1941 [72 Pages] – Discusses the principles the German Army learned about desert operations during their first months in North Africa

Discussions of Operation Overlord and D-Day, 6 June 1944: The Plan [27 Pages]

Downfall:StrategicPlan for Operations in the Japanese Archipelago [30 Pages] – Actual strategic plan for the conquest of Japan in WWII, replete with original directives and assumptions

The Failure of German Logistics During the Ardennes Offensive of 1944 [129 Pages]

Fighting on Guadalcanal [78 Pages] – “After-action report” on Marines and soldiers who fought and defeated the Japanese on Guadalcanal, critical learning experience for amphibious operations

German Methods of Warfare in the LibyanDesert [54 Pages] – Addresses the unique aspects of desert operations that stem from heat and lack of moisture

The German Tactical Doctrine [98 Pages]

The History of the Medical Department of the United States Navy in World War II Volume I [246 Pages]

The History of the Medical Department of the United States Navy in World War II Volume I [402 Pages]

How the Japanese Army Fights [162 Pages]

Jungle Warfare [107 Pages] – Marines’ experiences in the Pacific jungles of the Philippines, Guadalcanal, Bougainville and others

Joint Operations Case Study. Weseruebung Nord: Germany’s Invasion of Norway, 1940 [62 Pages]

Joint Publication Research Service Report, West Europe [49 Pages]

Operational Leadership as Practiced by Field Marshal Erwin Rommel during the German Campaign in North Africa, 1941-1942: Success or failure? [32 Pages]

Pearl Harbor: Failure of Intelligence? [100 Pages]

Schwerpunkt: The Luftwaffe and the Applied Air Campaign in Europe (1943-1944) [45 Pages]

Strategic Implications of the Battle of the Atlantic [26 Pages]

A STUDY OF REAR AREA SECURITY MEASURES. GREECE (WORLD WAR II), FRANCE (WORLD WAR II), CHINA (1937-1945), KOREA (1950-1953) AND NICARAGUA (1926-1933) [188 Pages, 6.4MB]

Up From the Ashes: The Forging of the Seventh Air Force from the Ashes of Pearl Harbor to the Triumph of V-J Day [148 Pages]

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