I mean, it's not as large scale of a battle as some of the biggest battles, but the fighting itself is pretty interesting and the fact it set up the ability to start bombing the main islands plus the iconic photo just kind of push it over the edge for me.
Horton is one of my all time favorites.
My BEYOND favorite is this.
Can't help but smile and dance along with it, such a happy tune.
He does a number of historically relevant tunes as well.
I also wrote a paper on it for my african american history class. but okay
In history? I'm hesitant to say it's my favorite but the one I keep coming back to is the Battle of Stalingrad. As for modern? The Battle of Donetsk Airport.
A mish-mash of tanks, most notably the T-72 Lion of Babylon.
The battle for /his/
>General threads to avoid clutter
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We seem to have some very same-y threads cluttering up the board.
Can we eventually wrangle people into some serious discussions in a /WWIIG/ World War Two General, for one?
Do we really need independent threads for "Who REALLY started the war" or "How many Jews died in WWII?" Wrap it up in one thread
Probably a three way tie between Leipzig(1813), Waterloo or Zama.
Pic related has brought me many a laugh though
>mfw only after posting it do I remember my favorite battle
Peleliu, it's Peleliu.
Lumping the T-72s that Iraq had in with the rest of them is really unfair. Seriously, the piles of shit they got and built were nowhere near as good as the actual T-72, and that's coming from someone who thinks the T-72 is shit.