The Man Who Won the War

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

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

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