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Documentary about my grandfather's, Lawrence Weishuhn's contribution to World War II

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Germany attack on Yugoslavia was due to the fear that the UK would launch a bomb on the Romanian oilfields which supplied Germany with oil. I also sought to restore the lost Axis Alliance prestige after the Italian Fascist has lost the battle in Greece. Te German force launched various bombing attacks on Yugoslavia. O April 6th, Aolf Hitler, odered the institution of Operation Punishment on the capital city of Yugoslavia (McGowen 45). Dring this attack, aout 300 aircrafts, cnsisting mainly of Junkers Ju 87, aong with a heavy escort attacked the capital.

Te aircrafts flew in relays of 15 minutes from the airfields in Romania and Austria. Te medium bomber, cnsisting mainly of Dornier Do 17, atacked the city while the dive-bombers focused on the Yugoslavian anti-aircraft defenses. Te initial attack on the carried out for fifteen minutes over three different waves. Tis means that the city was under attack using air bombs for about one and half hours. Te main focus was in the capital where the government buildings were located. Fllowing the ruin of the te Stuka dive bombers wings launched a heavy attack on the Yugoslavian airfield.

Te attack significantly disabled the communication system between the Yugoslavian High commanders and the forces. I also disabled their ability to defend themselves prompting the surrender of the Yugoslavian army in 1941. Dring the final week of July 1974, te Allied forces faced discouraging moments in Normandy. I the East, te Canadians and British forces were making less progress against the Germans. I the West, te American troops came under fierce resistance. Te Allied forces had numerical advantage.

Tis enabled them to defeat the Germans and supporters in Northern France. Te Allied forces practiced partisan warfare, ar power and skilful deception plan. Tis enabled the Allied forces, icluding my grandfather, t have an overwhelming win in Northern France. B the end of July, te Germans were losing the buildup battle. Te Germans had their miscalculations. Tey were also at a disadvantage when it came to guns, tnks, mteriel and aircrafts. Mntgomery skillfully directed the Allies in grounding down the Germans (McGowen 23). Oce a breakthrough made near St.

L in Northern France, te American units showcased their prowess over the German counterparts in Mobile Warfare. Te Americans were able to roll with speed across France in August of 1944 (Breuer...

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