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In this podcast Justin (M.A. in Military History) and me (M.A. in History, M.Sc. Computer Science) talk about "turning points". Do they make sense? What could be a turning point? Are they useful? What are the problems? And many other aspects we take a look at various battles and wars, e.g., Stalingrad, El Alamein, Napoleon's Invasion of Russia, Barbarossa, Solomons, Midway, etc.
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Milner, Marc: Battle of the Atlantic
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Case Blue: "Road" to Stalingrad - Combat Effectiveness 1941 vs. 1942
Why was Napoleon so effective?
Cavalry Combat & Tactics during Napoleon