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Feder von Bock

Field Marshal Fedor von Bock was a senior German Army officer in World War Two. Bock commanded units that fought in Poland, then in France and eventually in the Soviet Union. Bock was born on December 3 rd 1880. He joined the 5 th Regiment of Prussian Foot Guards - considered one of the best in Germany - and served with distinction in World War One.
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456th Bombardment Group

456th Bombardment Group History - Books - Aircraft - Time Line - Commanders - Main Bases - Component Units - Assigned ToHistoryThe 456th Bombardment Group was a B-24 group that served with the Fifteenth Air Force in Italy, taking part in the strategic bombing campaign as well as supporting the troops in Italy and the south of France.
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Country Index: Wales

Country Index: Wales WARS & TREATIESBATTLESBIOGRAPHIESWEAPONSCONCEPTSWars and TreatiesRoses, Wars of the, 1455-1485Welsh War of Edward I, 1277-1282BattlesColby Moor, battle of, 1 August 1645Conway, battle near, 22 January 1295Harlech Castle, siege of, to August 1468Laugharne castle, siege of, 29 October-3 November 1644Montgomery, battle of, 17 September 1644Mynydd Carn, 1081Orewin Bridge, battle of, 11 December 1282 (Wales)Rowley Burn, battle of, 633St.
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Malta and Convoys

Convoys were vital to the survival of Malta during World War Two. Malta needed supplies brought in by convoys on a regular basis if it was to survive and provide the Royal Navy with the base it needed in the mid-Mediterranean. There were two convoy routes to Malta. One was from the British base at the port of Alexandria in Egypt.
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