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Operation Downfall

The Operation Downfall was a planned military action, called "Operation Downfall". This was to be the Allied forces invasion of Japan to end the Second World War. It would have two main parts, Operation Olympic would be the biggest amphibious inv ...

                                               

Pakistan Army

The Pakistan Army is the largest branch of the Pakistani military set up, and is mainly responsible for protection of the state borders, the security of administered territories and for defending the national interests of Pakistan within the fram ...

                                               

Pakistan Military Academy

The Pakistan Military Academy is a military training academy. It is located at Kakul near Abbottabad, Pakistan. It is similar to Sandhurst, Saint-Cyr, and West Point academies, and provides training to the officers of the Pakistan Army.

                                               

Paramilitary forces of Pakistan

The paramilitary forces of Pakistan consist of various organizations constitutionally charged to safeguard Pakistans national interests. They protect from threats that could come from other countries, like from India over the border dispute of Ka ...

                                               

Peoples Liberation Army

The Peoples Liberation Army is the armed forces of the Communist Party of China. The army was established on August 1, 1927. The Peoples Liberation Army is the largest military force in the world. It has about 2.250.000 personnel or employees und ...

                                               

Punic Wars

The Punic Wars were a series of conflicts fought between Rome and Carthage between 264 and 146 BC. They were probably the largest wars in the ancient world. The term "Punic" comes from the Latin word Punicus. This was the word the Romans used for ...

                                               

Rockwell B-1 Lancer

The Rockwell B-1 Lancer is a strategic bomber in the service of the US Air Force. It is a four-turbojet aircraft that uses a variable-sweep wing. It can carry nuclear weapons or classic bombs. It is only used by the USA.

                                               

Romanian Land Forces

The Romanian Land Forces is what the army of Romania is called. It is a branch of the Romanian military. Since they renewed their supply of armor and arms, they are now very well equipped today and is an important member of NATO.

                                               

Royal Australian Air Force

The Royal Australian Air Force is the air force of the Australian Defence Force. It started in 1912 as the Australian Flying Corps and saw its first action in World War I.

                                               

Royal Australian Navy

The Royal Australian Navy is the navy of Australia. It is part of the Australian Defence Force. It was created in 1901, and was formed out of the Commonwealth Naval Forces to become the small navy of Australia. The Royal Navy of the United Kingdo ...

                                               

Russian Air Force

The Russian Air Force is the air wing of the Russian Military. It is the worlds second largest air force after the United States Air Force. It is also the only air force other than the United States Air Force who use modern strategic bombers. The ...

                                               

Sachsenhausen concentration camp

Sachsenhausen concentration camp was a Nazi concentration camp that existed from 1936 to 1945. It was located near Oranienburg, just north of Berlin. Even though it was located in Oranienburg, it is different from Oranienburg concentration camp. ...

                                               

Security clearance

A security clearance is a status granted to individuals allowing them access to classified information, e.g. state secrets. It is something like permission or a license. The term "security clearance" is also sometimes used in private organization ...

                                               

Sensitive information

Sensitive information is information or knowledge that might result in loss of an advantage or level of security if exposed to others who might be unfriends or have low or unknown trustability. Loss, misuse, modification or unauthorized access to ...

                                               

South African Army

The South African Army is the army of the South African National Defence Force, which is the military of South Africa. The South African military traditions evolved from the frontier warfare fought by the commando forces, because the Afrikaners d ...

                                               

South African Defence Force

The South African Defence Force was the name of the South African military from 1957 to 1994. It replaced the Union Defence Force in 1957. The SADF, in turn, was replaced by the South African National Defence Force in 1994. The South African Defe ...

                                               

Spring Offensive

The 1918 Spring Offensive or Kaiserschlacht, also known as the Ludendorff Offensive, was a series of German attacks along the Western Front during World War I, which marked the deepest advances by either side since 1914. The German authorities ha ...

                                               

Sturmabteilung

The Sturmabteilung was a paramilitary group for the German Nazi Party. Their leader was Ernst Rohm. The group was important in helping Adolf Hitler gain power in the 1930s. In English, they are often called the Stormtroopers or the Brownshirts, w ...

                                               

Suicide attack

A suicide attack is an attack where the attacker plans on killing people and / or destroying property while also dying in the process. In a suicide attack, the attacker dies as a result of the attack, for example in an explosion or a crash. Nowad ...

                                               

Supermarine Spitfire

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft. It was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries throughout the Second World War. The Spitfire was designed by R. J. Mitchell as a short-range, high-performance ...

                                               

Takfir wal-Hijra

Takfir wal-Hijra is a violent radical Islamist extremist group. The group that was founded in Egypt in the 1960s. Today Takfir wal-Hijra has members or supporters in several other countries, allied to Al-Qaeda. In Spain the group is also known as ...

                                               

Tommy Atkins

Tommy Atkins is a term for a common soldier in the British Army. The term was used in the 19th century, but it is particularly associated with World War I. It can be used when talking about the soldiers, or when speaking to them. German soldiers ...

                                               

Tupolev Tu-95

Tupolev Tu-95 was a heavy bomber plane first used in the Cold War. It was made by Tupolev. It was able to carry four powerful nuclear bombs, and in its later years it was used as a spy plane and an unmanned bomber. The Tu-95 first flew in 1952, a ...

                                               

Tuskegee Airmen

The Tuskegee Airmen is the popular name for a group of African-American military pilots who fought in World War II. Formally, they formed the 332nd Fighter Group and the 477th Bombardment Group of the United States Army Air Forces. The name also ...

                                               

United States Army

The United States Army is a branch of the United States Armed Forces. An army mainly deals with land based missions, while other parts of the military deal with air and sea missions. The United States Secretary of the Army, a civilian, leads the ...

                                               

United States Marine Corps

The United States Marine Corps is one of the six branches of the military of the United States in the United States Department of Defense. It was created in 1775 as a special maritime service. Samuel Nicholas founded it. He was the first commissi ...

                                               

United States National Guard

The United States National Guard is an organization of the United States Army and the United States Air Force. The U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force are both branches of the United States military. The National Guard is a militia for the United States ...

                                               

United States Navy

The navy was called the Continental Navy from 1775 until Congress disbanded it and sold the ships in 1785. It was started again as the Department of the Navy on April 30, 1798. The Department of the Navy needed places to make ships, which are cal ...

                                               

Uzi

The Uzi is a type of submachine gun. It is famous for being very small and easy to carry, much more easily than any SMG made in World War II. It does this by loading magazines inside the grip, much like a pistol. It was not the first submachine g ...

                                               

Victoria Cross for Australia

The Victoria Cross for Australia is the highest military decoration given for bravery "in the face of the enemy" to members of the Australia Armed Forces. The medal was called the Victoria Cross, but the name was changed in 1991. The Victoria Cro ...

                                               

Viet Cong

The National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam, was a communist army based in South Vietnam that fought against the governments of South Vietnam and the United States during the Vietnam War. The group is better known as the Viet Cong or V ...

                                               

Vought F4U Corsair

The Vought F4U Corsair was a fighter aircraft that fought in World War II and the Korean War. Vought could not keep up with demand for the aircraft, so Goodyear and Brewster made them. It was deployed in large numbers starting in 1944, and has lo ...

                                               

War Office

The War Office was the name of the ministry which controlled the British Army. In 1963 the independent War Office, Admiralty and Air Ministry were joined to create the Ministry of Defence which controls all of the British armed forces.

                                               

Wilhelm Mohnke

Wilhelm Mohnke was a German officer of the Waffen-SS with the rank of SS-Brigadefuhrer. He was awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross for service in the German retreat from France in 1944. He was the commander of the defense of the central g ...

                                               

Woomera Test Range

The RAAF Woomera Test Range is a weapons testing facility in South Australia. It is run by the Royal Australian Air Force. It covers and area of 127.000 square kilometres, and is the worlds largest weapons test facility on land. The range is a re ...

                                               

James Chadwick

Sir James Chadwick CH FRS, was an English physicist and Nobel Prize winner who is best known for discovering the neutron.

                                               

Charles Drummond Ellis

Sir Charles Drummond Ellis was a physicist and scientific administrator. His work helped scientists to understand nuclear structure better.

                                               

Ernest MacMillan

Sir Ernest MacMillan was a famous Canadian conductor and composer. MacMillans father was a Scottish Presbyterian minister and musician. He was a child prodigy. He gave his first organ recital in Massey Hall at the age of ten. After studying in Br ...

                                               

Cross burning

Cross burning is a practice associated with racism. In the United States, the Ku Klux Klan burned crosses close to the homes of people they wanted to intimidate. It is unrelated to a custom called fiery cross, which was common in Northern Europe. ...

                                               

Caucasus Emirate

The Caucasus Emirate is not a country and is not recognised by other countries. It is a self-proclaimed virtual state entity. It claims to be the successor to the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. It was announced on October 31, 2007 by former Presid ...

                                               

Deccan Mujahideen

The Deccan Mujahiddeen is believed to be a terrorist group. They do attacks inside India. They came to the attention of the public after they said they were responsible for the attacks on Mumbai on 26 November 2008. It is possible that the organi ...

                                               

Egyptian Islamic Jihad

Egyptian Islamic Jihad, originally called al-Jihad, is an Egyptian terrorist group based on an extreme interpretation of Islam. It has been active since the late 1970s. It is under worldwide embargo by the United Nations as a group linked to al-Q ...

                                               

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is a 2014 superhero movie and a sequel to the 2011 movie Captain America: The First Avenger. Directed by the Russo brothers, it is the ninth movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

                                               

Commando (1985 movie)

Commando is a 1985 American action movie directed by Mark L. Lester and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rae Dawn Chong, Alyssa Milano, Vernon Wells, Bill Duke and Dan Hedaya. The movie was released in the United States on October 4, 1985.

                                               

GoldenEye

GoldenEye is a 1995 British action-adventure espionage movie. It was released in November 1995. Starring in this are Pierce Brosnan and Judi Dench. GoldenEye was the seventeenth spy feature in the James Bond series, this was also the first one fo ...

                                               

Incendiary (movie)

Incendiary is a 2008 British drama film. It is about what happens after a terrorist attack at a football match. It is directed by Sharon Maguire. It stars Michelle Williams, Ewan McGregor, and Matthew Macfadyen. It is about a suicide bombing at t ...

                                               

Murder

Murder is when one person kills another person on purpose. If a person does something that makes someone else die, without the intent of killing, it is homicide and may be manslaughter. An accident caused by carelessness may be negligent homicide ...

                                               

Operation Entebbe

Operation Entebbe, also known as Operation Jonathan, was an Israeli hostage rescue mission. It took place in July 1976 in Entebbe, Uganda. An Air France airplane was hijacked on 27 June 1976. The Palestinian terrorists wanted the release of priso ...

                                               

Bloody Sunday (1972)

Bloody Sunday - sometimes called the Bogside Massacre - happened on 30 January 1972, in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. During this protest against internment, some protesters threw stones. 26 unarmed civil rights pro ...

                                               

The Holocaust

The Holocaust, sometimes called The Shoah, was a genocide in which Nazi Germany systematically killed people during World War II. About six million Jews were killed, as well as five million others that the Nazis claimed were inferior. These peopl ...

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