Great Pacific War: War Plan Orange. In the years from 1941 to 1945, the US won a Series of joint Operation Campaigns in the Pacific. The origins of these victories go back to the 1920s with the rise of War Plan Orange.
Green Hell. Hürtgen Forest Campaign. Late Autumn 1944 found Allied Forces close to the German Frontier, facing the West Wall. The US First Army covered a 75-mile frontage of the West Wall that included the Hürtgen Forest, a place that would become the scene of an attritional slugging match that would earn it the epithet "Green Hell".
1939: The Polish Southern Front. On 1 September 1939, German Forces advanced across the Polish border sparking World War II. On the southern front the Poles managed to hold off the Germans for 3 weeks, though in the end it proved futile.
Mussolini’s Military Diplomacy, 1922–40. In the years preceding Italy’s involvement in World War II, Benito Mussolini embarked on an International Diplomatic Campaign. Italy’s export of Arms offered not only diplomatic dividends, but also foreign capital and material resources Mussolini desperately needed.