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Paul Edward Zukowski

My interest is in the area US Military History. I have a special interest in US small arms. The Civil War, WWI and WWII are areas of special interest but I can handle questions on many areas of US military history.

Richard V. Horrell

Can answer: World War Two. Specifically, the troop transport ships that took US Military Personnel overseas & returned them to the US, 1941-47. Also, unit history of US Army QM, Signal, MP, Ordnance, Medical, Transportation & Engineer units that served during WW 2. The more obscure units are my specialty. If you have the APO that a Veteran sent letters from or received letters at, I can look up the history of that APO.

Paul Sutton

I can answer questions on World War Two weapons, tactics, and strategy. I can answer questions on Weapons systems and their development. I can answer guestions on Space exploration history. I am a World War 2 expert. I study Military Weapons Systems and the usage of those systems.

LTC Robert A. Lynn, Florida Guard

I can answer both specific and general military history questions from ancient times to the present. I also provide references and footnotes where I obtained the answers from.

Michael O'Reagan

I can Identify unit insignia, patches, pins, medals, weapons and accessories from US and other countries and eras to Revolutionary War to current.

Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.

I`m a retired Swedish military physician-surgeon with a big interest in military history - mainly European and especially of the Nordic-Scandinavian area. This also includes the history of military medicine.

Jim Saurman

I can usually handle any question on USA or European history since 1870. I am especially interested in WW2 and Spanish-American War. Also Spanish Civil War and WW1 to a lesser extent.

Keith H. Patton

I can answer questions pertaining to weapons and tactics, personalities, battles, and strategies in european and U.S. history.

Rizwan Saleem

United Arab Emirates
help in military history ,war tactics and mobalizations covering world war 2 , vietnam and the 1965,1971 indo-pak wars and some Special operations.

Francesco Marchesani

I have an indeep knowledge of European history, expecially Ancient, Roman and Medieval history. I focus my attention on military history as well; I have access to a university library with many ancient books.

Marc Leepson

I can answer most questions dealing with all aspects of U.S. military history. My expertise is the Vietnam War. I also have written extensively about the U.S. Civil War, World War II, World War I, The Philippine War, and the American Revolution. My books include a concise biography of the Marquis de Lafayette, the history of the American Flag, and the post-Jefferson history of Monticello, and therefore know a great deal about those specific subjects. I specialize in writing about matters of strategy--not tactics. And I also am interested in personalities. I have very little knowledge about ordnance or the value of old military memorabilia. Nor do I know a lot about uniforms and insignia--except about the Vietnam War. To repeat: I have no expertise in assessing the value of ordnance or uniforms or any type of military equipment. And my knowledge about military uniforms is only limited to those of the Vietnam War era. If you have questions on these topics, I recommend contacting an antiques dealer in your area who specializes in military uniforms, ordnance, etc.

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2017-01-13 WW 2 Train Accident, May 6-7, 1945, in Austria:

Dear Sir,          Thank you for your follow-up.  In it you typed "follow up left 12/oct/44.......99% sure he went over on her."  Then the following may be of interest to you:    Departure Date:   October

2017-01-13 WW 2 Train Accident, May 6-7, 1945, in Austria:

Dear Sir,          Thank you for your question.  In it you typed "evacuated by 305th medical clearing station."  Are you referring to the 305th Medical Battalion, an Organic Element of the 80th Infantry

2017-01-12 Bronze cannon ball:

A couple of things.    First, there were few if any Bronze cannon balls. Bronze was expensive. It was usually reserved for casing cannon as it was more flexible and less prone to bursting. Iron on the

2017-01-11 WWII Armored Infantry Patrols:

Dear James,          The TO and E of an armored infantry squad was eleven (11) men which included a squad leader and assistant squad leader. At the time you mention, April, 1945, the war was winding

2017-01-11 Operation Valkyrie- World War II:

While I don't consider myself an expert on World War II history, I have written about the war and taught it at community college and have a few thoughts about the plot.     I believe that it was unsuccessful

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