American Advantages in the Revolutionary War

American Advantages in the Revolutionary War

While the British enjoyed a long list of advantages, there were several American advantages during the Revolution. First, the colonists were fighting for a cause they believed in. British soldiers were fighting because it was their job, while Americans were fighting for freedom.

The Berlin Airlift

The Berlin Airlift

On June 24, 1948, one of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the Cold War began when the Soviet Union blocked all road and rail traffic to and from West Berlin. For a few tense days, the world waited to see whether the United States and Soviet Union would come to blows. How was the standoff resolved?

The D-Day Invasion

The D-Day Invasion

The planning for what was called Operation Overlord – the Allied invasion of France -began late in 1943. Roosevelt chose Dwight Eisenhower to command the operation, and this was when he was officially given the title of Supreme Allied Commander of the European Theater of Operations.