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The special operation "Tiger": the bloodiest meat grinder of American marines

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One of the most media-expanded operations of the Western Front was the landing in Normandy. But few people know that the massacre of the French coast in the allied forces began long before the landing itself, and even when the Germans were still not visible.


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  1. novobranets
    novobranets 18 December 2016 20: 26
    +2
    It turns out that the West has a long tradition of shooting at its own. And judging by their deeds in Syria, they pretty much succeeded. You will not drink experience. God forbid such allies.
  2. Papapg
    Papapg 18 December 2016 20: 29
    +2
    It was smooth on paper, but forgot about the ravines. Not terrified in the army, but with initiative. We all disentangle.
  3. afrikanez
    afrikanez 18 December 2016 20: 31
    +2
    The future NATO members did not little "practice". But apparently time does not teach them anything and they continue in the same spirit! fool
  4. Belopolyak
    Belopolyak 18 December 2016 23: 15
    +1
    Operation Tiger is Operation Cottage # 2
  5. vetlan19
    vetlan19 19 December 2016 01: 30
    0
    Information war, no?
  6. Roman 25
    Roman 25 19 December 2016 09: 07
    0
    Not only here "they cut wood - chips fly" ...
  7. Konstantin Yu
    Konstantin Yu 19 December 2016 14: 46
    +1
    Yankee has her own chip: it’s important to shoot and bomb, .. where ?, to whom ?, how much ?, when?, What ?, why ?, how much does it cost ?, and is it worth it at all? effects? Let these historians, if they will, study these small, stupid details. Yankees on trifles do not soar ..
  8. zulusuluz
    zulusuluz 19 December 2016 22: 22
    0
    friendly fire has distant roots ...