The Man Who Won the War

Andrew Higgins and his boats changed the path of World War II

Restored Higgins Boat on display at USPTO office. Courtesy USPTO website

InIn the 1930s, the United States Navy had a ‘small boat’ problem. They were adept at building large boats like cruisers, battleships, and aircraft carriers, but they struggled to make a smaller craft for the purpose of amphibious landings. Historically, those landings had to take place at ports, because the Navy had no…

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Bryan Finck

Bryan Finck

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A thought isn’t an idea until you write it down and share it with the world. So I write thoughts about video games, and a few other things. Twitter: @htb390