HMS Fury (H76)

HMS Fury was an F-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy in the 1930s. Although assigned to the Home Fleet upon completion, the ship was attached to the Mediterranean Fleet in 1935–36 during the Abyssinia Crisis. During the Spanish Civil War of 1936–1939, she spent time in Spanish waters, enforcing the arms blockade imposed by Britain and France on both sides of the conflict. The ship escorted the larger ships of the fleet during the early stages of World War II and played a minor role in the Norwegian Campaign of 1940. Fury was sent to Gibraltar in mid-1940 and formed part of Force H where she participated in the attack on Mers-el-Kébir and the Battle of Dakar. The ship escorted numerous convoys to Malta in 1940–41 and Arctic convoys during 1942.

Fury was briefly transferred to the Mediterranean in August 1942 to participate in Operation Pedestal but returned to the Home Fleet immediately afterwards to resume her role screening convoys to Russia. She continued in this role until March 1943 when she began escorting convoys in the North Atlantic for several months. The ship was transferred to the Mediterranean Fleet a few months later as the Allies began making landings in Italian territory in mid-1943. Later in the year, she participated in the Dodecanese Campaign in the Aegean where she helped to sink a German troop convoy. Fury returned to the Home Fleet in mid-1944 in preparation for Operation Neptune, the Allied invasion of France. The ship provided naval gunfire support during the landings until she struck a mine during a storm on 21 June and was then blown ashore. She was deemed uneconomical to repair and scrapping began in September.

HMS Fury underway
Fury underway, 1942
History
United Kingdom
Name: HMS Fury
Ordered: 17 March 1933
Builder: J. Samuel White, Cowes, Isle of Wight
Cost: £248,538
Laid down: 19 May 1933
Launched: 10 September 1934
Commissioned: 18 May 1935
Fate:
  • Damaged by mine and wrecked, 21 June 1944
  • Scrapped beginning 18 September 1944
General characteristics
Class and type: F-class destroyer
Displacement:
Length: 329 ft (100.3 m) o/a
Beam: 33 ft 3 in (10.13 m)
Draught: 12 ft 6 in (3.81 m) (deep)
Installed power:
Propulsion: 2 × shafts; 2 × Parsons geared steam turbines
Speed: 35.5 knots (65.7 km/h; 40.9 mph)
Range: 6,350 nmi (11,760 km; 7,310 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph)
Complement: 145
Sensors and
processing systems:
ASDIC
Armament:

Description

The F-class ships were repeats of the preceding E class. They displaced 1,405 long tons (1,428 t) at standard load and 1,940 long tons (1,970 t) at deep load. The ships had an overall length of 329 feet (100.3 m), a beam of 33 feet 3 inches (10.1 m) and a draught of 12 feet 6 inches (3.8 m). They were powered by two Parsons geared steam turbines, each driving one propeller shaft, using steam provided by three Admiralty three-drum boilers. The turbines developed a total of 36,000 shaft horsepower (27,000 kW) and gave a maximum speed of 35.5 knots (65.7 km/h; 40.9 mph). Fury carried a maximum of 470 long tons (480 t) of fuel oil that gave her a range of 6,350 nautical miles (11,760 km; 7,310 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h; 17 mph). The ships' complement was 145 officers and ratings.[1]

The ships mounted four 4.7-inch (120 mm) Mark IX guns in single mounts in single mounts, designated 'A', 'B', 'X', and 'Y' in sequence from front to rear. For anti-aircraft (AA) defence, they had two quadruple Mark I mounts for the 0.5 inch Vickers Mark III machine gun. The F class was fitted with two above-water quadruple torpedo tube mounts for 21-inch (533 mm) torpedoes.[2] One depth charge rack and two throwers were fitted; 20 depth charges were originally carried, but this increased to 35 shortly after the war began.[3]

Wartime modifications

Fury in Iceland1943
Fury refueling from an oiler in Iceland, February–March 1943

Between October 1940 and April 1941, Fury had her rear torpedo tube mount replaced by a 12-pounder (76 mm) AA gun.[4] During her early 1942 refit, two single 20 mm (0.8 in) Oerlikon light AA guns were installed abreast the bridge.[5] By July 1942, a Type 286 short-range surface-search radar was fitted as was a HF/DF radio direction finder mounted on a pole mainmast.[1] By February 1943 photographic evidence shows that a pair of Oerlikons had replaced her Vickers .50 machine guns. During her early 1944 refit, another pair of Oerlikons was added and her 12-pounder gun was removed.[5] Photos taken of the ship in July 1944 show her with a Type 271 radar mounted on her searchlight platform that was probably installed during her last refit.

Construction and career

Fury was built by J. Samuel White at its Cowes shipyard under the 1932 Naval Programme. The ship was laid down on 19 May 1933, launched on 10 September 1934,[6] as the eleventh ship to carry the name,[7] and completed on 18 April 1935. The ship cost 248,538 pounds, excluding Admiralty supplied equipment such as armaments and communications sets. Fury was initially assigned to the 6th Destroyer Flotilla (DF) of the Home Fleet, but was sent to reinforce the Mediterranean Fleet, together with most of her sister ships, during the Abyssinian crisis in June.[8] On 11 December 1936, the day after his abdication broadcast to the nation, Fury embarked HRH The Duke of Windsor for passage to Boulogne-sur-Mer.[9] After returning home, she remained there aside from deployments to Spanish waters to enforce the arms embargo imposed on both sides in the Spanish Civil War by the Non-Intervention Committee. The flotilla was renumbered the 8th Destroyer Flotilla in April 1939, five months before the start of World War II. Fury remained assigned to it until June 1940, escorting the larger ships of the fleet and conducting anti-submarine patrols.[10]

On 15 September, Fury was one of the destroyers that relieved her sisters escorting the aircraft carrier Ark Royal after they had sunk the German submarine U-39 after it attacked the carrier. Two months later, she was escorting the battleship Nelson when the latter struck a magnetic mine as they were entering Loch Ewe on 4 December. Fury remained there for a time in case any further mining attempts were made. In February 1940, she was one of the escorts for Convoy TC 3 carrying troops from Canada to the UK.[11] On 17 April, Fury screened the damaged heavy cruiser Suffolk as she returned to Scapa Flow after bombarding the airbase at Stavanger, Norway.[10]

HMS Fury alongside
Fury passing troops at their stations during a boat drill on board Oronsay heading for the Norwegian campaign in 1940. She is lying off Gourock at the mouth of the River Clyde.

Beginning on 23 April, the ship was one of the escorts for the aircraft carriers Ark Royal and Glorious as they conducted air operations off the coast of Norway in support of Allied operations ashore. Glorious was detached to refuel at Scapa Flow on the 27th and was escorted by Fury and seven other destroyers. Three days later, she screened the battleship Valiant as the latter rendezvoused with Ark Royal. On 9 May, Fury, her sister Foresight, and three other destroyers were detached from the escort of the battlecruiser Repulse in an attempt to intercept a German force of E-boats that was expected. Other forces searching for German minelayers nearby also failed to locate their quarry. During this time, the destroyers Kelly and Kandahar were detached from the screen of the light cruiser Birmingham to pursue a possible submarine contact and Kelly was torpedoed by S-31 in the darkness later that night. The destroyer Bulldog came up to assist and towed Kelly[12] most of the way to Hebburn, escorted by Fury, Kandahar and the destroyer Gallant.[13] On 18 May, Fury and her sisters Foresight and Fortune were transferred to the Humber to counter the threat of E-boats and minelayers in the North Sea.[14]

Force H, 1940–41

On 29 June, Fury sailed from Scapa to Gibraltar to join her sisters of the 8th DF as the escorts for Force H. On 3 July she took part in the attack on the French Fleet at Mers-el-Kébir (Operation Catapult).[15] In late August the ship escorted Valiant and the new carrier Illustrious from the UK to Gibraltar. The next day, Fury and Force H covered the passage of Valiant and Illustrious through the Western Mediterranean to rendezvous with the Mediterranean Fleet (Operation Hats).[16] On 13 September, Force H rendezvoused with a convoy that was carrying troops intended to capture Dakar from the Vichy French. Ten days later, they attacked Dakar, but were driven off by the Vichy French defences.[17] During the battle on 24 September, Fury, the destroyer Greyhound, and the heavy cruiser HMAS Australia engaged the Vichy French destroyer L'Audacieux which was set on fire and forced to beach itself.[18] In early October, Fury escorted a troop convoy from Freetown, Sierra Leone, to French Cameroon.[19]

She returned to Gibraltar on 19 October, together with her sisters Faulknor and Forester.[20] The ship escorted the carriers Argus and Ark Royal during Operations Coat and White in November. Fury escorted Force F to Malta during Operation Collar later in the month and participated in the inconclusive Battle of Cape Spartivento on 27 November, where she was part of the screen for the battlecruiser Renown and the battleship Ramillies. In January 1941, the ship screened Force H during Operation Excess.[21] At the end of the month, Force H departed Gibraltar to carry out Operation Picket, an unsuccessful night torpedo attack by eight of Ark Royal's Fairey Swordfish on the Tirso Dam in Sardinia. The British ships returned to Gibraltar on 4 February and began preparing for Operation Grog, a naval bombardment of Genoa, that was successfully carried out five days later.[22] The following month Fury underwent a brief refit at Malta.[10] At the end of March, together with the light cruiser HMS Sheffield and three other destroyers, the ship attempted to intercept a Vichy French convoy that included the freighter SS Bangkok, supposedly laden with 3,000 metric tons (3,000 long tons; 3,300 short tons) of rubber, which had already been unloaded. Her sister Fearless was ordered to board and capture Bangkok, but she was thwarted by gunfire from a coast-defence battery off the port of Nemours, Algeria.[23] A few days later, Fury and four other destroyers escorted Sheffield, Renown, and Ark Royal in Operation Winch, which delivered a dozen Hurricane fighters to Malta.[24] Beginning on 24 April, Fury and Force H covered Argus flying off more Hurricanes as well as the destroyers of the 5th Destroyer Flotilla sailing to Malta.[25]

In early May she was part of the destroyer screen with five other destroyers for the battleship Queen Elizabeth, and the light cruisers Naiad, Fiji and Gloucester which were joining the Mediterranean Fleet. This was part of Operation Tiger which included a supply convoy taking tanks to the Middle East and the transfer of warships. Fury and her sisters had their Two-Speed Destroyer Sweep (TSDS) minesweeping gear rigged to allow them to serve as a fast minesweepers en route to Malta. Despite this, one merchant ship was sunk by mines and another damaged. Later that month, she participated in Operation Splice, another mission in which the carriers Ark Royal and Furious flew off fighters for Malta.[26] Force H was ordered to join the escort of Convoy WS 8B in the North Atlantic on 24 May, after the Battle of the Denmark Strait on 23 May, but they were directed to search for the German battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen on 25 May. Heavy seas increased fuel consumption for all of the escorts and Forester was forced to return to Gibraltar to refuel later that day before rejoining the capital ships of Force H on 29 May, after Bismarck had been tracked down and sunk. In early June the destroyer participated in two more aircraft delivery missions to Malta (Operations Rocket and Tracer). On 22 June, the 8th DF was tasked to intercept a German supply ship spotted heading towards the French coast. The next day they intercepted MS Alstertor which was scuttled by her crew upon the approach of the British ships. They rescued 78 British POWs taken from ships sunk by German raiders and the crew. In late June, Fury screened Ark Royal and Furious as they flew off more fighters for Malta in Operation Railway.[27]

Another Malta convoy (Operation Substance) was conducted in mid-July, heavily escorted by Force H and elements of the Home Fleet and another in early August (Operation Style), albeit with only Force H covering the convoy.[28] Several weeks later, Fury participated in Operation Mincemeat, during which Force H escorted a minelayer to Livorno to lay its mines while Ark Royal's aircraft attacked Northern Sardinia as a diversion.[29] In late September, the destroyer escorted another convoy to Malta in Operation Halberd.[10]

Arctic Waters 1942–1943

HMS Fury flotilla
A flotilla of destroyers led by Fury at Scapa Flow, 1942

Fury was transferred home in October and briefly joined the Greenock Special Escort Division. By December she had rejoined the 8th DF of the Home Fleet and began a refit in a Humber shipyard. On 15 February 1942 she rejoined the 8th Flotilla at Scapa Flow for service with the Russian convoys.[5] In March Fury escorted the covering force for Convoy QP 6 and Convoy PQ 12.[30] On 11–14 March, together with seven other destroyers, she attempted to intercept the German battleship Tirpitz as the latter sailed from Narvik to Trondheim. The Germans spotted the destroyer force and delayed Tirpitz's sailing date to avoid them.[31] Fury and the destroyer Eclipse escorted Convoy PQ 13 beginning on 23 March, later reinforced by the light cruiser Trinidad. A severe storm from 25 to 27 March caused the convoy to scatter and the escorts were detailed to find the stragglers and reassemble the convoy. Fury had to find and refuel the converted whaler Sumba in response to her message that she was low on fuel and found the merchantman SS Harpalion en route as she rejoined the convoy the next day. On the morning of 29 March, Trinidad and Fury encountered the German destroyers Z24, Z25, and Z26 as they attempted to rendezvous with another part of the scattered convoy. The leading destroyer, Z26, was badly damaged when Trinidad opened fire and attempted to break contact, but was tracked by the cruiser's radar and re-engaged at a range of 2,900 yards (2,700 m). Trinidad fired one torpedo at Z26, but it circled around and struck the cruiser. The detonation caused her speed to drop to 8 knots (15 km/h; 9.2 mph) and allowed the German ship to disengage. Fury pursued her until they encountered the convoy and Fury turned back to screen Trinidad after firing two salvoes by mistake at Eclipse. Fury then escorted Trinidad into the Kola Inlet where they arrived the following morning.[32]

Fury remained in Murmansk until 10 March, when she screened Convoy QP 10 through to Iceland. She escorted the distant cover force of the Home Fleet as Trinidad attempted to sail home from Murmansk in mid-May, but the cruiser was sunk en route by German bombers. Fury then was a part of the screen of Home Fleet as it provided distant cover for Convoys PQ 16 and QP 12 later in the month.[33] The ship was assigned as part of the close escort for Convoy QP 17 at the end of June. En route she made an unsuccessful attack on U-456 with the destroyer Wilton and corvette Lotus on 2 July, before the convoy was ordered to disperse under the threat of German surface attack.[34]

Fury returned to the Mediterranean in early August, and was one of the close escorts of Force X for Operation Pedestal in mid-August. As the convoy passed through the Sicilian Narrows between Tunisia and Sicily, the ship used her TSDS gear to sweep for mines. During the early morning of 13 August, she unsuccessfully attempted to engage the Italian motor torpedo boat MS 31 as the latter was firing two torpedoes that sank the freighter SS Glenorchy.[35] Fury then escorted the damaged Nelson back to the UK for repairs.[5]

On 9 September 1942 she joined the escort for Convoy PQ 18, but was detached from it on 17 September to escort the returning Convoy QP 14.[36] The ship was given a brief refit on the Humber in November before resuming convoys to Russia.[5] The following month, Fury escorted the Convoys JW 51A and RA 51 to and from Murmansk then Convoy RA 53 in February 1943.[37]

1943–44

In mid-March recent successes by U-boats caused the Admiralty to transfer destroyers from the Home Fleet to escort duties in the North Atlantic. Fury was one of these and was assigned to the 4th Escort Group. In April the group escorted Convoys HX 231, HX 234 and ONS 5 (where they drove off attacking U-boat wolfpacks). In May she escorted ON 184[38] before beginning a brief refit on the Humber.[5]

On 17 June, Fury escorted Home Fleet units to reinforce the Mediterranean Fleet for the Sicily landings.[5] On 10 July she formed part of the covering force for the landings.[39] On 1 September she screened the battleships Warspite and Valiant and the light cruisers Orion and Mauritius as they bombarded Reggio Calabria in support of Operation Baytown, the occupation of southernmost mainland Italy. A week later, she was part of the covering force for the landings at Salerno. After the surrender of Italy, Fury was one of the ships that escorted units of the Italian Fleet into Malta for their surrender and then to Alexandria, Egypt, arriving on 17 September.[40]

A few days later, the ship was assigned to support Allied forces in the Dodecanese Campaign. On 20–21 September, she loaded 53 long tons (54 t) of supplies and 340 men of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment at Haifa, Palestine, to reinforce the British garrison on Leros. Fury, Faulknor and Eclipse were diverted from the campaign on 1 October to escort the battleships King George V and Howe from Alexandria to Malta. Six days later, the three destroyers screened the light cruisers Penelope and Sirius as they patrolled the Dodecanese searching for German shipping, although Eclipse had to return to Alexandria early for repairs to her steering. On the morning of 7 October, they encountered a small convoy south of Levitha. The cruisers sank the escorting trawler Uj 2111 while the destroyers sank the 5,216-GRT freighter SS Olympos; all of the ships engaged the barges at very short range and sank six of the seven. As the ships withdrew, they were repeatedly attacked by German aircraft which damaged Penelope.[41] On the night of 15/16 November she bombarded Leros with the destroyers Exmoor and ORP Krakowiak[42] On 29 November, Fury helped to escort the recently torpedoed Birmingham to Alexandria.[43]

HMS Fury and HMS Ashanti make smoke
Fury (in the foreground) and Ashanti laying a smoke screen during manoeuvres in preparation for the Second Front. Photograph taken from Faulknor.

In December she was converted at Gibraltar for use as a convoy escort in a refit that lasted until February 1944.[5] Upon its completion, the ship rejoined the 8th DF in the Mediterranean for several months before rejoining the Home Fleet where they arrived on 11 May. After several weeks of training in preparation for her role as a shore bombardment ship during the Normandy landings, Fury sailed from Scapa to Portsmouth on 26 May.[44] The ship was assigned to Bombardment Force E, supporting Juno Beach and the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division and No. 48 (Royal Marine) Commando assaulting the beach.[45]

Fury and Faulknor left the Solent on 5 June as the escort for the minesweepers of Convoy J-1. She arrived at the beachhead and took up her bombardment position on 6 June where, along with Faulknor and the destroyers Venus, Stevenstone and the Free French-manned La Combattante, she carried out a preliminary bombardment of the area west of Courseulles and then gunfire support as requested. The ship returned to Portsmouth periodically to reammunition and resupply as needed.[46]

HMS Fury wrecked
Fury high and dry on the beach at Arromanches after she had been mined and driven ashore in a gale on 21 June

At 10:38 on the morning of 21 June, Fury detonated a ground mine off Juno Beach during a gale and the navy decided to tow her into the British Mulberry harbour at Arromanches where her damage could be evaluated. While waiting for a tugboat, she took on a 6° list to starboard from flooding. The Dutch tug Thames began towing the ship at 13:25; at 21:14, Fury accidentally collided with the stern of a freighter anchored outside the Mulberry, damaging her port side above the waterline, and the towline snapped at 21:49 when she struck another ship several times. She let go her anchor after drifting clear, but it almost immediately started dragging under the pressure of the wind and waves and the salvage ship Lincoln Salvor was secured alongside to steady Fury. Another tug made a towline fast at 22:18, but it immediately snapped when the tug began to pull forward. Lincoln Salvor had to cast off as her wooden hull was being damaged by slamming into Fury's hull and six other tugboats attempted to tow the destroyer clear of the shipping in the Mulberry, but they all failed. Fury struck at least three other ships, including petrol and ammunition ships before she was driven ashore at 01:30. Her crew was able to walk to Arromanches at about 05:30 once the tide went out.[47]

She was subsequently refloated on 5 July and towed back to the UK.[48] The subsequent survey declared her a constructive total loss, and the ship was sold to Thos W Ward by BISCO. Fury was towed Briton Ferry to be scrapped, arriving there on 18 September 1944.[5]

References

  1. ^ a b Lenton, p. 156
  2. ^ Whitley, p. 103
  3. ^ English, p. 141
  4. ^ Friedman, p. 241
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i English, p. 87
  6. ^ English, pp. 75–76
  7. ^ Colledge, p. 135
  8. ^ English, pp. 76–77, 86
  9. ^ Pigott, p. 62
  10. ^ a b c d English, p. 86
  11. ^ Smith, pp. 24, 33, 35
  12. ^ Haarr 2010, pp. 143, 150, 187–89
  13. ^ Langtree, p. 71
  14. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2003, p. 59
  15. ^ Smith, pp. 58–60
  16. ^ Rohwer, p. 37–38
  17. ^ Rohwer, p. 42
  18. ^ English, p. 100
  19. ^ Rohwer, p. 43
  20. ^ Smith, p. 67
  21. ^ Rohwer, pp. 47, 49–50, 54; Smith, pp. 70–75
  22. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2002, pp. 48–53
  23. ^ Smith, p. 86
  24. ^ Rohwer, p. 67
  25. ^ Smith, p. 90
  26. ^ Rohwer, p. 72; Smith, pp. 91–96
  27. ^ Smith, pp. 96–106
  28. ^ Smith, p. 110
  29. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2002, p. 163; Rohwer, p. 94
  30. ^ Rohwer, p. 149
  31. ^ Smith, pp. 126–27
  32. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2007, pp. 25, 28–31, 33
  33. ^ Rohwer, pp. 158, 165–66; Smith, p. 130
  34. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2007, pp. 56–57; Rohwer, p. 175
  35. ^ O'Hara, pp. 180–81, 188, 190, 192
  36. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2007, pp. 76, 80
  37. ^ Admiralty Historical Section 2007, pp. 89, 102, 106
  38. ^ Rohwer, pp. 239, 243, 245, 251
  39. ^ Rohwer, p. 262
  40. ^ Smith, p. 186–92
  41. ^ Rohwer, p. 278; Smith, pp. 196–97, 199–201
  42. ^ Rohwer, p. 287
  43. ^ Smith, p. 222
  44. ^ Smith, pp. 234–35
  45. ^ Rohwer, p. 331; Smith, p. 237
  46. ^ Smith, pp. 237–39, 247
  47. ^ Evans, pp. 195–96
  48. ^ Evans, p. 196

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Convoy PQ 12

Convoy PQ 12 was an Arctic convoy sent from Great Britain by the Western Allies to aid the Soviet Union during World War II. It sailed in March 1942, reaching Murmansk despite a sortie against it by the German battleship Tirpitz.

All ships arrived safely.

Convoy QP 14

QP 14 was an Arctic convoy of the QP series which ran during World War II from Archangel in Russia to Loch Ewe in Scotland.

HMS Fury

Ten ships of the Royal Navy have borne the name HMS Fury, whilst another was planned but later cancelled:

HMS Fury (1779) was a 14-gun Swan-class sloop launched in 1779 and broken up in 1787.

HMS Fury (1782) was a gunboat commissioned in 1782. She was one of 12 that the garrison at Gibraltar launched during the Great Siege of Gibraltar. Each was armed with an 18-pounder gun, and received a crew of 21 men drawn from Royal Navy vessels stationed at Gibraltar. Porcupine provided Fury's crew.

HMS Fury (1790) was a 16-gun Hound-class sloop launched in 1790. She was converted into a 16-gun bomb vessel in 1798 and broken up in 1811. Because Fury served in the navy's Egyptian campaign between 8 March 1801 and 2 September, her officers and crew qualified for the clasp "Egypt" to the Naval General Service Medal, which the Admiralty authorised in 1850 for all surviving claimants.

HMS Fury (1794) was a 4-gun gunboat, previously a Dutch hoy purchased in 1794 and sold in 1802.

HMS Fury was to have been an 8-gun bomb vessel. She was ordered in 1812, but the order was cancelled the following year.

HMS Fury (1814) was an 8-gun bomb vessel launched in 1814. She made two voyages of exploration to the Arctic under William Edward Parry, but on the second one in 1825, she was damaged by ice and abandoned.

HMS Fury (1834) was a wood paddle vessel purchased in 1834 and broken up in 1843.

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HMS Fury was a turret ship renamed HMS Dreadnought before being launched in 1875.

HMS Fury (1911) was an Acorn-class destroyer launched in 1911 and sold in 1921.

HMS Fury (H76) was an F-class destroyer launched in 1934, damaged by a mine in 1944 and broken up later that year.

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H. Emory Widener Jr.

H. H. Kung

H. Keith Thompson

H. L. N. Salmon

H. Montgomery Hyde

H. Ryan Price

H. Stuart Hughes

H. W. Whillock

Höcker Album

Höfle Telegram

Hôtel-Dieu de Paris

Hôtel Biron

Hôtel Carnavalet

Hôtel Continental

Hôtel Costes

Hôtel d'Evreux

Hôtel de Castries

Hôtel de Cluny

Hôtel de Crillon

Hôtel de Lauzun

Hôtel de Rambouillet

Hôtel de Salm

Hôtel de Sens

Hôtel de Soubise

Hôtel de Toulouse

Hôtel de Ville (Paris Métro)

Hôtel de Ville, Paris

Hôtel des Invalides

Hôtel Grimod de La Reynière

Hôtel Lambert

Hôtel Lutetia

Hôtel Matignon

Hôtel Méridien Montparnasse

Hôtel particulier

Hôtel Ritz Paris

Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild

H2S radar

H2X radar

Ha'avara Agreement

HA. 19 (Japanese Midget Submarine)

Haakon Hansen (boxer)

Haakon VII of Norway

Haane Manahi

Haavara Agreement

Habib Bamogo

Raja Habib ur Rahman Khan

Hachirō Arita

Hadamar Clinic

Hadrien Feraud

Hafthohlladung

Hagushi

Hai (midget submarine)

Haig Acterian

HAIG L-15

Haijiu-class submarine chaser

Haika Grossman

Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia

Hailstorm Over Truk Lagoon

Hainan Island Operation

Hainewalde concentration camp

Hainichen concentration camp

Haiqing-class submarine chaser

Hajile

Hajime Sugiyama

Hajo Herrmann

Hajo Holborn

Hakim Saci

Hakko ichiu

Hal Clement

Hal Far Fighter Flight

Hal Gould

Hal Holbrook

Hal Lahar

Hal Turner

Hal Van Every

Hala Gorani

Halberstadt C.V

Halberstadt CL.II

Halberstadt CL.IV

Halberstadt D.I

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Hale Boggs

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Halina Szymańska

Hall Overton

Halle concentration camp

Halls of Montezuma (film)

Halswell House

Hamazasp Babadzhanian

Hamburg Ravensbrück Trials

Hamilton Air Force Base

Hamilton H. Howze

Hamish Forbes

Hammerskins

Hammond Innes

Hampshire County Division

Han Deqin

Han Xianchu

Hana Brady

Hana Greenfield

Hana Mašková

Handan Campaign

Handley Page Heyford

Hanford MacNider

Hanford Site

Hangmen Also Die!

Hank Bauer

Hank Gowdy

Hank Greenberg

Hank Ketcham

Hank Soar

Hank Stram

Hank Thompson (baseball)

Hank Thompson (musician)

Hanna Reitsch

Hanna Yablonka

Hannah Arendt

Hannah Billig

Hannah Szenes

Hannes Messemer

Hannes Trautloft

Hannie Schaft

Hannover CL.II

Hannover CL.III

Hannover CL.IV

Hannover CL.V

Hanns-Martin Schleyer

Hanns Albin Rauter

Hanns Eisler

Hanns Johst

Hanns Kerrl

Hanns Ludin

Hanns Scharff

Hanover Street (film)

Hans-Adolf Prützmann

Hans-Arnold Stahlschmidt

Hans-Dieter Weihs

Hans-Dietrich Genscher

Hans-Erich Voss

Hans-Georg von Friedeburg

Hans-Hartwig Trojer

Hans-Heinz Augenstein

Hans-Jürgen Stumpff

Hans-Jürgen von Arnim

Hans-Jürgen von Blumenthal

Hans-Joachim Jabs

Hans-Joachim Marseille

Hans-Jochen Vogel

Hans-Karl Freiherr von Esebeck

Hans-Karl Stepp

Hans-Oscar Wöhlermann

Hans-Rudolf Rösing

Hans-Ulrich Rudel

Hans-Ulrich Wehler

Hans-Valentin Hube

Hans "Assi" Hahn

Hans Adolf Krebs

Hans Aumeier

Hans Baur

Hans Beißwenger

Hans Bernd Gisevius

Hans Bernd von Haeften

Hans Bethe

Hans Biebow

Hans Bühler

Hans Candrian

Hans Conrad Leipelt

Hans Coppi

Hans Dammers

Hans Dorr

Hans Egon Holthusen

Hans Ekkehard Bob

Hans F. K. Günther

Hans Felber

Hans Frank

Hans Frankenthal

Hans Fritzsche

Hans Götz

Hans Georg Calmeyer

Hans Georg Dehmelt

Hans Georg Klamroth

Hans Globke

Hans Gollnick

Hans Graf von Sponeck

Hans Grünberg

Hans Grundig

Hans Gruneberg

Hans Gál

Hans Guido Mutke

Hans Hartung

Hans Heilbronn

Hans Heinrich von Twardowski

Hans Hinkel

Hans Howaldt

Hans Jacob Nielsen

Hans Jeschonnek

Hans Jüttner

Hans John

Hans Jordan

Hans Josephsohn

Hans Kammler

Hans Kempin

Hans Koning

Hans Krebs (SS general)

Hans Krebs (Wehrmacht general)

Hans Kreysing

Hans Krüger

Hans Kroh

Hans Krása

Hans Källner

Hans Lammers

Hans Langsdorff

Hans Larive

Hans Litten

Hans Loritz

Hans Münch

Hans Modrow

Hans Mommsen

Hans Multhopp

Hans Nieland

Hans Nordvik

Hans Oster

Hans P. Kraus

Hans Philipp

Hans Plenk

Hans Pulver

Hans Röhrig

Hans Refior

Hans Reidar Holtermann

Hans Reiter

Hans Ritter von Seisser

Hans Rose

Hans Rothfels

Hans Schemm

Hans Schleef

Hans Scholl

Hans Seidemann

Hans Speidel

Hans Thomsen

Hans Ulrich Klintzsch

Hans van den Broek

Hans von Adam

Hans von Dohnanyi

Hans von Halban

Hans von Herwarth

Hans von Luck

Hans von Obstfelder

Hans von Ohain

Hans von Salmuth

Hans von Tschammer und Osten

Hans Waldmann (fighter pilot)

Hans Walter

Hans Weik

Hans Wind

Hans Ziegler (physicist)

Hansa-Brandenburg B.I

Hansa-Brandenburg C.I

Hansa-Brandenburg CC

Hansa-Brandenburg D.I

Hansa-Brandenburg G.I

Hansa-Brandenburg GW

Hansa-Brandenburg KDW

Hansa-Brandenburg W.11

Hansa-Brandenburg W.12

Hansa-Brandenburg W.13

Hansa-Brandenburg W.19

Hansa-Brandenburg W.27

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

Hansa-Brandenburg W.33

Hansa-Brandenburg W

Hansa (Swedish ship)

Hansa Bay

Hanson Victor Turner

Hanyang 88

Hanyang Arsenal

Hao Mengling

Happy Sam Sawyer

Happy Valley, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Harald Edelstam

Harald Feller

Harald Grønningen

Harald Hagen

Harald Langhelle

Harald Mors

Harald Natvig

Harald Quandt

Harald Riipalu

Harald Weinrich

Harbaville Triptych

Harbin SH-5

Harbin Z-5

Harbin Z-9

Harbor Defenses of Manila and Subic Bays

Harbour Defence Motor Launch

Hardy Brown

Harl Pease

Harlan Lane

Harlem Désir

Harley-Davidson WLA

Harlo Jones

Harlon Block

Harm's Way (novel)

Harold "Barehands" Bates

Harold A. Garman

Harold Abrahams

Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis

Harold Annison

Harold Augustus Wernher

Harold Auten

Harold Ball

Harold Brownlow Martin

Harold Burrough

Harold C. Agerholm

Harold Chester Thomas

Harold Clarke

Harold Comte

Harold Covington

Harold E. Martin

Harold E. Wilson

Harold Eric Barrowclough

Harold Farncomb

Harold G. Epperson

Harold G. Hoffman

Harold G. Kiner

Harold G. Schrier

Harold Gonsalves

Harold Gould

Harold H. Moon Jr.

Harold Himmel Velde

Harold James (historian)

Harold Jensen Christopher

Harold John Ellison

Harold John Mack

Harold Keith Johnson

Harold Little

Harold MacMichael

Harold Maguire

Harold Mahony

Harold Marcus Ervine-Andrews

Harold Marshall (Canadian sniper)

Harold O. Messerschmidt

Harold Osborn

Harold P. Hamilton

Harold Rainsford Stark

Harold Rawdon Briggs

Harold Redman

Harold Reginald Newgass

Harold Robert Aaron

Harold Russell

Harold Sebring

Harold Soref

Harold Stassen

Harold Taft

Harold Turner (German SS commander)

Harold Urey

Harold W. Bauer

Harold Ware

Harold Washington

Harold Wilson (rower)

Harris-class attack transport

Harris George Rogers

Harris Hull

Harrison C. Summers

Harrison Glancy

Harrison Thyng

Harro Schulze-Boysen

Harry's New York Bar

Harry "Wings" Day

Harry A. "Paddy" Flint

Harry B. Liversedge

Harry Brinkley Bass

Harry Broos

Harry Carey Jr.

Harry Cator

Harry Corner

Harry Crerar

Harry D. Felt

Harry Daniels

Harry DeBaecke

Harry DeWolf

Harry Dénis

Harry E. Yarnell

Harry Edward de Robillard Wetherall

Harry Elmer Barnes

Harry F. Byrd Jr.

Harry Frank Guggenheim

Harry G. Haskell Jr.

Harry George Armstrong

Harry Gill (RAF officer)

Harry Gold

Harry Harrison

Harry Ice

Harry J. Collins

Harry J. Michael

Harry James Lowe Jr.

Harry Daghlian

Harry K. Fukuhara

Harry Kenneth Dimoline

Harry L. Martin

Harry Lee (athlete)

Harry Llewellyn

Harry Magdoff and espionage

Harry Mallin

Harry Mitchell (boxer)

Harry Newcombe

Harry Nicholls

Harry O'Neill (catcher)

Harry Pennell

Harry Pregerson

Harry R. Harr

Harry Reasoner

Harry Rée

Harry S. Truman

Harry Schell

Harry Schmidt (USMC)

Harry Secombe

Harry Steel

Harry Sundberg

Harry T. Mangurian Jr.

Harry T. Moore

Harry Thürk

Harry Turtledove's Darkness

Harry Wyld

Hart's War

Hartford-Brainard Airport

Hartland Molson

Hartley Shawcross, Baron Shawcross

Hartmann Lauterbacher

Harukichi Hyakutake

Haruko Okamoto

Harvard Army Airfield

Harvey C. Couch

Harvey Emerson Oswald

Harvey Lipschultz (TV character)

Harvey Lord

Harvey Parnell

Harvey Possinger

Harwood Harrison

Hasegawa Yoshimichi

Hashim al-Atassi

Hashirajima

Haskell-class attack transport

Hassan Ahamada

Hasso von Boehmer

Hasso von Manteuffel

Hastings Ismay, 1st Baron Ismay

Hatazō Adachi

Hatbox Field

Hate-Monger

Hatsuharu-class destroyer

Hauptamt SS-Gericht

Hauptamt Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle

Hauptscharführer

Hauptsturmführer

Haupttruppführer

Haus der Kunst

Haussmann's renovation of Paris

Haussmann – Saint-Lazare (Paris RER)

Havana Conference of 1940

Haven-class hospital ship

Haviva Reik

Havre - Caumartin (Paris Métro)

Hawker Sea Fury

Hawker Sea Hawk

Hawker Tempest

Hawker Tornado

Hawker Typhoon

Hawkins grenade

Haxhi Lleshi

Haxo (Paris Métro)

Hayabusa-class torpedo boat

Hayao Kinugasa

Hayao Tada

Haydarpaşa Cemetery

Hayward Executive Airport

Hazel Hotchkiss Wightman

Hazel Ying Lee

He-Umezu Agreement

He Long

He Yingqin

He Zhuguo

Hełm wz. 31

Head in the Clouds

Headquarters Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps

Heart Mountain War Relocation Center

Hearts of Iron II: Armageddon

Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday

Hearts of Iron II

Hearts of Iron

Heathcote Howard Hammer

Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (novel)

Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison

Hebei-Chahar Political Council

Hebei-Rehe-Chahar Campaign

Hec Kilrea

Hector Bertram Gray

Hector Bianciotti

Hector Boece

Hector MacLean

Hector Monro, Baron Monro of Langholm

Hector P. Garcia

Hector Waller

Hedgehog (weapon)

Hedley Hazelden

Hedley Verity

Hedwiga Rosenbaumová

Hedy Epstein

German Army (Wehrmacht)

Heeresgeschichtliches Museum

Hehalutz

Heidemarie Steiner

Heidi Lee Morgan

Heikki Liimatainen (athlete)

Heiligenbeil concentration camp

Heiligenbeil Pocket

Heilungkiang National Salvation Army

Heimatvertriebene

Heimkehr

Hein ter Poorten

Heinie Elder

Heinkel HD 17

Heinkel HD 23

Heinkel HD 25

Heinkel HD 26

Heinkel HD 28

Heinkel HD 32

Heinkel HD 36

Heinkel HD 37

Heinkel HD 38

Heinkel HD 55

Heinkel HE 1

Heinkel He 100

Heinkel He 111

Heinkel He 112 operational service

Heinkel He 112

Heinkel He 113

Heinkel He 114

Heinkel He 115

Heinkel He 118

Heinkel He 119

Heinkel He 162

Heinkel He 176

Heinkel He 177

Heinkel He 178

Heinkel HE 2

Heinkel He 219

Heinkel He 274

Heinkel He 277

Heinkel He 280

Heinkel He 343

Heinkel He 42

Heinkel He 45

Heinkel He 46

Heinkel HE 5

Heinkel He 50

Heinkel He 51

Heinkel He 59

Heinkel He 60

Heinkel He 62

Heinkel He 70

Heinkel He 72

Heinkel He 74

Heinkel HE 8

Heinkel Lerche

Heino von Heimburg

Heinrich Bartels

Heinrich Behmann

Heinrich Bleichrodt

Heinrich Blum

Heinrich Boere

Heinrich Bär

Heinrich Eberbach

Heinrich Ehrler

Heinrich Fehlis

Heinrich Freiherr von Lüttwitz

Heinrich Freiherr von Stackelberg

Heinrich George

Heinrich Graf von Einsiedel

Heinrich Graf von Lehndorff-Steinort

Heinrich Graf zu Dohna-Schlobitten

Heinrich Gross

Heinrich Höfemeier

Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Hoffmann (photographer)

Heinrich Kreipe

Heinrich Lehmann-Willenbrock

Heinrich Liebe

Heinrich Messner

Heinrich Müller (Gestapo)

Heinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein

Heinrich Rau

Heinrich Rischtoff

Heinrich Schwarz

Heinrich Severloh

Heinrich Sturm

Heinrich Thoma

Heinrich Trettner

Heinrich von Vietinghoff

Heinz-Georg Lemm

Heinz-Gerhard Vogt

Heinz-Wilhelm Eck

Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer

Heinz Arnold

Heinz Auerswald

Heinz Barth

Heinz Brücher

Heinz Dörmer

Heinz Drossel

Heinz Ebeling

Heinz Galinski

Heinz Günther Guderian

Heinz Guderian

Heinz Harmel

Heinz Hellmich

Heinz Hitler

Heinz Kapelle

Heinz Lange

Heinz Linge

Heinz Lorenz

Heinz Macher

Heinz Marquardt

Heinz Müller (SS officer)

Heinz Nixdorf

Heinz Pernet

Heinz Rökker

Heinz Reinefarth

Heinz Sachsenberg

Heinz Schmidt

Heinz Spanknobel

Heinz Strüning

Heinz von Randow

Heinz Waaske

Heisuke Hironaka

Heisuke Yanagawa

Heitarō Kimura

Helen Duncan

Helen Gwynne-Vaughan

Helen L. Seaborg

Helen Meany

Helen of Greece and Denmark

Helen Wainwright

Helen Wills Moody

Helena Macher

Helena Nordheim

Helene Moszkiewiez

Helenio Herrera

Helfer

Helga Deen

Helge Auleb

Hell in the Pacific

Hell Is for Heroes (film)

Hell ship

Hell to Eternity

Hellfire Pass

Hellmer Hermandsen

Hellmuth Heye

Hellmuth Mäder

Hellmuth Reymann

Helmbrechts concentration camp

Helmer Swenholt

Helmet for My Pillow

Helmut Baudach

Helmut Bennemann

Helmut Bruckner

Helmut Dörner

Helmut Gröttrup

Helmut Hamann

Helmut Kapp

Helmut Knochen

Helmut Kunz

Helmut Lennartz

Helmut Lent

Helmut Lipfert

Helmut Poppendick

Helmut Schmidt

Helmut Thumm

Helmut Vetter

Helmut Wick

Helmut Wirnsberger

Helmut Woltersdorf

Helmuth Ehrhardt

Helmuth Hübener

Helmuth James Graf von Moltke

Helmuth Stieff

Helmuth von Pannwitz

Helmuth von Ruckteschell

Helmuth Weidling

Heloise (abbess)

Hemp for Victory

Hendrik Elias

Hendrik Nicolaas Werkman

Hendrik Offerhaus

Hendrik Timmer (tennis)

Hendrik van Heuckelum

Hendrik van Riessen

Hendrikus Colijn

Henk de Best

Henk Feldmeijer

Henk Sneevliet

Henneicke Column

Henner Henkel

Henning von Tresckow

Henri-Cardin-Jean-Baptiste d'Aguesseau

Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial

Henri-Jacques de Caumont, duc de La Force

Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau

Henri-Robert Petit

Henri Alekan

Henri Amouroux

Henri Auguste Barbier

Henri Barbusse

Henri Bergson

Henri Braquenié

Henri Béraud

Henri Caillavet

Henri Cartan

Henri Claude

Henri Cochet

Henri Curiel

Henri d'Astier de la Vigerie

Henri d'Orléans, duc d'Aumale

Henri Daniel-Rops

Henri de Man

Henri de Massue, 1st Earl of Galway

Henri de Régnier

Henri Deloge

Henri Dentz

Henri Dericourt

Henri Donnedieu de Vabres

Henri Dumat

Henri Duparc (composer)

Henri Désiré Landru

Henri Fantin-Latour

Henri Frenay

Henri Galau

Henri Giraud

Henri Gouhier

Henri Helle

Henri Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves

Henri Hérouin

Henri Krasucki

Henri Landwirth

Henri Laurent

Henri Lauvaux

Henri Lucien Doucet

Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville

Henri Martin (historian)

Henri Maspero

Henri Masson

Henri Meilhac

Henri Menier

Henri Michel

Henri Mineur

Henri Moissan

Henri Navarre

Henri Oreiller

Henri Pieck

Henri Pitot

Henri Poincaré

Henri Regnault

Henri Reynders

Henri Rol-Tanguy

Henri Tauzin

Henri Troyat

Henri Victor Regnault

Henri Wallon (psychologist)

Henri Wernli

Henri Winkelman

Henri, comte de Chambord

Henricus Tromp

Henrietta Maria of France

Henrik Agerbeck

Henrik Kauffmann

Henrik Robert

Henrik Sillem

Henry A. Commiskey Sr.

Henry A. Courtney Jr.

Henry A. Miley Jr.

Henry A. Schade

Henry Ashby Turner

Henry Bailey (sport shooter)

Henry Bellmon

Henry Bentinck, 11th Earl of Portland

Henry Blagrove

Henry Botterell

Henry Browne, Farmer

Henry Cabot Lodge Bohler

Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.

Henry Cattan

Henry Clausen

Henry Cohen (civil servant)

Henry Corbin

Henry Coston

Henry d'Avigdor-Goldsmid

Henry de Montherlant

Henry DeWolf Smyth

Henry E. Erwin

Henry Eric Harden

Henry Everard

Henry F. Warner

Henry Fancourt

Henry Fonda

Henry Friedlander

Henry Gurke

Henry Harwood

Henry Herbert Reed

Henry Houssaye

Henry Hugh Gordon Stoker

Henry Hurwitz Jr.

Henry Huttleston Rogers Coe

Henry Hyde

Henry I. Hodes

Henry Jamison Handy

Henry L. Stimson

Henry Leach

Henry Lerolle

Henry M. Britt

Henry M. Mullinnix

Henry Maitland Wilson, 1st Baron Wilson

Henry Mancini

Henry Margenau

Henry Millicer

Henry Morgentaler

Henry Morgenthau Jr.

Henry Mucci

Henry Oliver Hansen

Henry Oliver Rinnan

Henry Orenstein

Henry Percy, 9th Duke of Northumberland

Henry Poole MacKeen

Henry Ries

Henry Robert Bowreman Foote

Henry Rowland (actor)

Henry Royds Pownall

Henry Ruthven Moore

Henry Schauer

Henry Scrimgeour

H. B. Stallard

Henry Sydney, 1st Earl of Romney

Henry T. Elrod

Henry T. King

Henry Terry

Henry W. Hahn

Henry Wade

Henry Wallace McLeod

Henry Wascow

Henry Wellesley, 6th Duke of Wellington

Henry Wells (author)

Henry Welsford

Henry Wilhelm Kristiansen

Henry Wise Jr.

Henryk Breit

Henryk Chmielewski

Henryk Cybulski

Henryk de Kwiatkowski

Henryk Dobrzański

Henryk Iwański

Henryk Jabłoński

Henryk Leon Strasburger

Henryk Mandelbaum

Henryk Pietrzak

Henryk Sławik

Henryk Sucharski

Henryk Szatkowski

Henryk Woliński

Henryk Zygalski

Henschel Hs 123

Henschel Hs 124

Henschel Hs 126

Henschel Hs 127

Henschel Hs 129

Henschel Hs 130

Henschel Hs 132

Henschel Hs 293

Henschel Hs 294

Hera Borghese

Herb Sargent

Herb Siegert

Herb Trawick

Herbert A. Calcaterra

Herbert Annesley Packer

Herbert B. Powell

Herbert B. Warburton

Herbert Bachnick

Herbert Backe

Herbert Baum

Herbert Beckington

Herbert C. Jones

Herbert Cecil Duncan

Herbert Emery Schonland

Herbert F. Christian

Herbert Gerdes

Herbert Gruber

Herbert H. Burr

Herbert Hans Haupt

Herbert Hasler

Herbert Huber

Herbert Hudson Taylor

Herbert Hugo Menges

Herbert Ihlefeld

Herbert J. Sweet

Herbert John Leslie Barefoot

Bert Walker

Herbert Johnston

Herbert Joseph Thomas

Herbert Kappler

Herbert L. Anderson

Herbert Lange

Herbert Lloyd

Herbert Lumsden

Herbert Massey

Herbert Morrison

Herbert Nicol

Herbert Norkus

Herbert Otto Gille

Herbert Perry (sport shooter)

Herbert Schultze

Herbert Sobel

Herbert von Bose

Herbert von Petersdorff

Herbert Wallace Le Patourel

Herbert Wells (soccer)

Herbert Windt

Herbert Wohlfarth

Herbert York

Herberts Cukurs

Herbertus Bikker

Herbie Kronowitz

Herbie Roberts

Herdt

Here Is Germany

Hereford Army Airfield

Herington Regional Airport

Heritage Front

Herk Harvey

Herman Auerbach

Herman Bodson

Herman Bottcher

Herman C. Wallace

Herman H. Hanneken

Herman Keiser

Herman T. Schneebeli

Herman Talmadge

Herman von Klempt

Herman Wouk

Hermann-Bernhard Ramcke

Hermann-Friedrich Joppien

Hermann-Heinrich Behrend

Hermann Balck

Hermann Barrelet

Hermann Bauer

Hermann Braun

Hermann Breith

Hermann Broch

Hermann Buchner

Hermann Buchner

Hermann de Pourtalès

Hermann Ehrhardt

Hermann Eilts

Hermann Esser

Hermann Fegelein

Hermann Florstedt

Hermann Friedrich Graebe

Hermann Göring

Hermann Görtz

Hermann Gauch

Hermann Gehri

Hermann Giesler

Hermann Graf

Hermann Höfle

Hermann Hackmann

Hermann Hogeback

Hermann Hohn

Hermann Hoth

Hermann Kriebel

Hermann Langbein

Hermann Maas

Hermann Muhs

Hermann Niehoff

Hermann Oberth

Hermann Obrecht

Hermann Prieß

Hermann Rauschning

Hermann Recknagel

Hermann Scherchen

Hermann van Pels

Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski

Hermann Wilker

Hermann Wraschtil

Hermanus Brockmann

Hermine Braunsteiner

Herménégilde Chiasson

Hero of the Soviet Union

Herr Engelbert Von Smallhausen

Herr Kleiser

Herr Meets Hare

Herr Otto Flick

Herschel F. Briles

Herschel Green

Herschel Grynszpan

Herschel Johnson

Herschel Schacter

Hersh Lyons

Hershel W. Williams

Herta Bothe

Herta Ehlert

Herta Oberheuser

Hervey Machen

Hervé Le Tellier

Herzogenbusch

Heshui Campaign

Hetzer

Heuschrecke 10

Heydebreck-Cosel

Heywood-class attack transport

Heywood Hale Broun

Heywood L. Edwards

Hibakusha

Hidden & Dangerous 2

Hidden & Dangerous

Hideki Tojo

Hideki Yukawa

Hideo Iwakuro

Hideo Sasaki

Hideyoshi Obata

Hieronim Dekutowski

Higashikuni Morihiro

Higgins Industries

High Command Trial

High Flux Isotope Reactor

High Seas Fleet Badge

High Standard HDM

Highballing to Victory

Higher Than a Kite

Higinio Morínigo

HIJMS Shinano Maru (1904)

Hikari Kikan

Hikōtai Transport Unit

Hilaire Belloc

Hilan Ebert

Hilary Corke

Hilde Coppi

Hildegard Lächert

Hildegard Neumann

Hill 112

Hill 400, Bergstein

Hill 62 Memorial

Hillel Zeitlin

Hillsborough Army Airfield

Hilmar Wictorin

Hilmer von Bülow-Bothkamp

Himeyuri Students

Hindustan Field Force

Hinrich Lohse

Hinrich Schuldt

Hinzert concentration camp

HIPO Corps

Hippolyte-Jules Pilet de La Mesnardière

Hippolyte Delaroche

Hippolyte Taine

Hirabayashi v. United States

Hiram Wesley Evans

Hiranuma Kiichirō

Hiroaki Abe

Hirohito

Hiromichi Yahara

Hiroo Onoda

Hiroshi Ōshima

Hiroshi Imazato

Hiroshi Kashiwagi

Hiroshima (book)

Hiroshima (film)

Hiroshima City Ebayama Museum of Meteorology

Hiroshima Maidens

Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Hiroshima Peace Memorial

Hiroshima Witness

Hiroshima

Hiroyoshi Nishizawa

Hisaichi Terauchi

Hisakazu Tanaka

Hisao Tani

Hisaye Yamamoto

Hispanic Americans in World War II

Historia Tolteca-Chichimeca

Historical Advanced Squad Leader module

Historical revisionism (negationism)

Historikerstreit

Historiography of World War II

History (novel)

History of Blacks in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust

History of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1941–1945)

History of children in the Holocaust

History of gay men in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust

History of German settlement in Central and Eastern Europe

History of Germany during World War II

History of Germany since 1945

History of Gibraltar

History of Greenland during World War 2

History of Greenland during World War II

History of Paris

History of Poland (1939–1945)

History of the Armée de l'Air (1909-1942)

History of the Armée de l'Air (colonial presence 1939-1962)

History of the European Union

History of the Jews during World War II

History of the Jews in Guernsey

History of the Jews in Jersey

History of the Jews in Monastir

History of the Jews in the Dominican Republic

History of the People's Liberation Army

History of the Second World War

History of the world

History of United States Naval Operations in World War II

Hitler's Letters and Notes

Hitler's Pope

Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil

Hitler's Terror Weapons

Hitler's War (game)

Hitler's War

Hitler's Willing Executioners

Hitler and the Occult (book)

Hitler Has Only Got One Ball

Hitler Line

Hitler Myth

Hitler oath

Hitler Youth knife

Hitler Youth Quex

Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow

Hitler Youth

Hitler, Beast of Berlin

Hitler: A Film from Germany

Hitler: Speeches and Proclamations

Hitler: The Last Ten Days

Hitlerjunge

Hitlers Bombe

Hitoshi Imamura

Hiwi (volunteer)

Hiyō-class aircraft carrier

Hjördis Töpel

Hjalmar Mäe

Hjalmar Schacht

Hjalmar Siilasvuo

HKP 562 forced labor camp

Hlinka Guard

HM Prison Dhurringile

HM Trawler Force

HMAS Adelaide (1918)

HMAS Ararat (K34)

HMAS Armidale (J240)

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HMT Dunera

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HNLMS Abraham van der Hulst (1946)

HNLMS De Gelderland

HNLMS De Ruyter (1935)

HNLMS Eland Dubois (1937)

HNLMS Jacob van Heemskerk

HNLMS Jan van Amstel (1937)

HNLMS Jan van Gelder

HNLMS Kortenaer (1927)

HNLMS Pieter de Bitter (1937)

HNLMS Pieter Florisz (1937)

HNLMS Tromp (1937)

HNLMS Willem van Ewijck (1937)

HNoMS Æger (1936)

HNoMS Brage (1878)

HNoMS Brand (1898)

HNoMS Draug (1908)

HNoMS Eidsvold

HNoMS Frøya

HNoMS Fridtjof Nansen (1930)

HNoMS Garm (1913)

HNoMS Glommen (1916)

HNoMS Gor (1884)

HNoMS Gyller (1938)

HNoMS Harald Haarfagre

HNoMS Heimdal OPV (1892)

HNoMS Hitra

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HNoMS King Haakon VII

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HNoMS Laugen (1918)

HNoMS Nor (1878)

HNoMS Nordkapp OPV (1937)

HNoMS Norge

HNoMS Odin (1939)

HNoMS Olav Tryggvason

HNoMS Otra (1939)

HNoMS Pol III

HNoMS Rauma (1939)

HNoMS Sæl

HNoMS Sleipner (1936)

HNoMS Stegg (1921)

HNoMS Stord (G26)

HNoMS Storm (1898)

HNoMS Svenner (G03)

HNoMS Thorodd

HNoMS Tor (1939)

HNoMS Tordenskjold

HNoMS Troll (1910)

HNoMS Trygg (1919)

HNoMS Tyr (1887)

HNoMS Ula (1943)

HNoMS Uller (1876)

HNoMS Uredd (P-41)

HNoMS Vale (1874)

HNoMS Vidar (1878)

Hütter Hü 136

Hütter Hü 211

Ho-Ri

Ho Chi Minh

Hobart's Funnies

Hobart Baumann Amstutz

Hobart Cenotaph

Hobart R. Gay

Hoche (Paris Métro)

Hocine Ragued

Hodding Carter

Hoechst AG

Hogan's Heroes

Holger Danske (resistance group)

Holland House

Holland Smith

Hollis Alpert

Hollister brothers

Hollywood Boulevard (Walt Disney Studios Park)

Hollywood Canteen

Hollywood Victory Caravan

Hollywood Victory Committee

Holmfrid Olsson

Holocaust (resources)

Holocaust (TV miniseries)

Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Holocaust denial

Holocaust Educational Trust

Holocaust Encyclopedia

Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Lithuania

Holocaust in Norway

Holocaust in Poland

Holocaust in Romania

Holocaust Memorial Center

Holocaust Memorial Day (UK)

Holocaust Memorial Day and Genocide Remembrance Act

Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach

Holocaust memorials

Holocaust Museum Houston

Holocaust teaching controversy of 2007

Holocaust trains

Holocaust trials in Soviet Estonia

Holocaust trivialization debate

Holocaust victims

Holocaust

Holy Cross Mountains Brigade

Home Army and V1 and V2

Home Defence Executive

Home front during World War II

Homer A. McCrerey

Homer L. Wise

Homer Litzenberg

Homer N. Wallin

Homeward Bound (Turtledove novel)

Homomonument

Hondo Municipal Airport

Honey, I Shrunk the Audience

Hong Kong 1941

Hong Sa-ik

Hong Xuezhi

Hongdu JL-8

Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum

Honorary Aryan

Honorat de Bueil, seigneur de Racan

Honoré de Balzac

Honour Cross for Combatants

Honours of Winston Churchill

Hope and Glory (film)

Horace A. Jones

Horace M. Thorne

Horace S. Carswell Jr.

Horacio Rivero Jr.

Horatio Fitch

Horatio Nelson Lay (admiral)

Horatio Pettus Mackintosh Berney-Ficklin

Horia Agarici

Horia Macellariu

Horia Sima

Horia, Cloşca şi Crişan Division

Hornet Flight

Horrie Knight

Horst-Günther von Fassong

Horst Ademeit

Horst Floth

Horst Freiherr Treusch von Buttlar-Brandenfels

Horst Günther

Horst Hörnlein

Horst Kopkow

Horst Mahler

Horst Niemack

Horst Queck

Horst Schumann

Horst Tappert

Horst von Möllendorff

Horten Ho 229

Horten Ho XVIII

Hortense de Beauharnais

Hosea Williams

Hosoya Jūdayū

Hossbach Memorandum

Hostages Trial

Hotchkiss H35

Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun

Hotel Concorde La Fayette

Hotel George V, Paris

Hotel Metropole, Vienna

Hotel Meurice

Hotel Polski

Hotsumi Ozaki

Houbei-class missile boat

Hougham Battery

Hour of Victory

House of Responsibility

Hovhannes Bagramyan

Howard Aiken

Howard Brodie

Howard Cosell

Howard D. Wardle

Howard E. Woodford

Howard Franklin Clark

Howard Graham (Canadian Army officer)

Howard Hayes

Howard Kingsbury

Howard Kippenberger

Howard Peter "Cowboy" Blatchford

Howard R. Healy

Howard Thomas Markey

Howard Unruh

Howard W. Gilmore

Howard Zinn

Howell Appling Jr.

Howell Heflin

Howitzer Motor Carriage M8

Hoxton Park Airport

Hoylake and West Kirby War Memorial

Hristijan Todorovski Karpoš

Hristo Yanev

Hu Kexian

Hu Lancheng

Hu Zongnan

Huaihai Campaign

Huairen Air Base

Huaiyin-Huai'an Campaign

Huang Chieh

Huang Qixiang

Huang Yiguang

Huangpu-class gunboat

Hubert-Erwin Meierdress

Hubert Curien

Hubert D. Stephens

Hubert Klausner

Hubert Lagardelle

Hubert Lefèbvre

Hubert Lyautey

Hubert Lynes

Hubert Meyer

Hubert Miller

Hubert Paul Chatelain

Hubert Pierlot

Hubert Rance

Hubert Schiffer

Hubert Van Innis

Hubert William Lewis

Hubert Yockey

Hubert Zemke

Hubertine Auclert

Hubertus Strughold

Hubertus von Bonin

Huff-Duff

Hugh Aloysius Drum

Hugh B. Hester

Hugh Capet

Hugh Culverhouse

Hugh David Black

Hugh Dowding, 1st Baron Dowding

Hugh Dundas

Hugh Elles

Hugh Falkus

Hugh Francis Redmond

Hugh Fraser (British politician)

Hugh Gallarneau

Hugh Gordon Malcolm

Hugh Griffiths, Baron Griffiths

Hugh Hefner

Hugh John Casey

Hugh Lister

Hugh Meade

Hugh O'Brian

Hugh O'Flaherty

Hugh of Châteauneuf

Hugh P. Harris

Hugh Randall Syme

Hugh Scott

Hugh Seagrim

Hugh Trefusis Brassey

Hugh Trevor-Roper

Hughie Edwards

Hughie Green

Hugo Black

Hugo Bleicher

Hugo Boss AG

Hugo Butler

Hugo Curioni

Hugo Drax

Hugo Gryn

Hugo Johansson

Hugo Jury

Hugo Kraas

Hugo Launicke

Hugo Leal

Hugo Lilliér

Hugo Primozic

Hugo Rüster

Hugo Sperrle

Huhtiniemi mass grave

Hukbalahap

Hull note

Hulon B. Whittington

Human torpedo

Humber Armoured Car

Humber Light Reconnaissance Car

Humber Scout Car

Humber Super Snipe

Humberto Coelho

Humberto Tomasina

Hummel (artillery)

Humphrey Atkins

Humphrey de Verd Leigh

Humphrey Lyttelton

Hundred Regiments Offensive

Hungarian Gold Train

Hungarian National Socialist Party

Hungarian Second Army

Hungarian Volunteers in the Winter War

Hungary during the Second World War

Hungary during World War II

Hunger Plan

Hunt-class minesweeper (1916)

Hunter Harris Jr.

Huo Kuizhang

Huon Peninsula campaign

Hurja-class motor torpedo boat

Husband E. Kimmel

Hussar's Picture Book

Huta Pieniacka massacre

Hutton Gibson

Huub Huizenaar

Huzagol 35M

Hvidstengruppen

HX convoys

Hyacinthe-Louis De Quelen

Hyazinth Graf Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz

Hydra-class minelayer

Hyman G. Rickover

Héctor Méndez (boxer)

Héctor Scarone

Hélder Cristóvão

Hélder de Souza

Hélie de Saint Marc

Hélène de Pourtalès

Hélène Berr

Hélène Carrère d'Encausse

Hélène Prévost

List of Allied vessels involved in Operation Neptune

This is a list of Allied vessels of World War II that took part in the Normandy Landings, code named Operation Neptune.

USS Achernar (AKA-53)

HMS Adventure (M23)

HMS Ajax (22)

HMAS Albatross (1928)

HMCS Alberni (K103)

HMCS Algonquin (R17)

USS Amesbury (DE-66)

USS Ancon (AGC-4)USS Ann Arndel (AP-76)

SS Antenor (1924)

HMS Arethusa (26)

HMS Argonaut (61)

USS Arkansas (BB-33)

USS Armstrong County (LST-57)

HMS Ashanti (F51)

SS Audacious (1913)

USS Augusta (CA-31)

USS Auk (AM-57)

HMS Avon Vale (L06)

USS Baldwin (DD-624)

USS Bamberg County (LST-209)

USS Barnett (APA-5)

USS Barton (DD-722)

USS Bates (DE-68)

USS Bayfield (APA-33)

HMS Beagle (H30)

HMS Belfast (C35)

HMS Bellona (63)

HMS Black Prince (81)

USS Blanco County (LST-344)

HMS Blankney (L30)

USS Blessman (DE-69)

ORP Błyskawica

HMS Boadicea (H65)

HMS Boxer (F121)

USS Broadbill (AM-58)

USS Bulloch County (LST-509)

HMS Bulolo

USS Caddo Parish (LST-515)

USS Calaveras County (LST-516)

USS Calhoun County (LST-519)

HMCS Cape Breton (K350)

HMS Capetown (D88)

USS Carmick (DD-493)

USS Cayuga County (LST-529)

HMS Centurion (1911)

HMS Ceres (D59)

USS Charles Carroll (APA-28)

USS Chase County (LST-532)

USS Cheboygan County (LST-533)

USS Chelan County (LST-542)

USS Chickadee (AM-59)

USS Corry (DD-463)

French battleship Courbet (1911)

HMCS Cowichan (J146)

HMS Cygnet (H83)

HMS Dacres (K472)

HMS Danae (D44)

HMS Decoy (H75)

HMS Despatch (D30)

HMS Diadem (84)USS Dorethea L. Dix (AP-67

SS Dover Hill

USS Doyle (DMS-34)

HMS Dragon (D46)

HMS Durban (D99)

HMS Emerald (D66)

USS Emmons (DD-457)

SS Empire Bunting

HMS Enterprise (D52)

HMS Erebus (I02)

HMS Eskimo (F75)

HMS Express (H61)

HMS Fame (H78)

HMS Faulknor (H62)

Flores-class gunboat

HNLMS Flores

HMS Forester (H74)

USS Frankford (DD-497)

HMS Frobisher (D81)

HMS Fury (H76)

French cruiser Georges Leygues

HMS Glasgow (C21)

USS Glennon (DD-620)

HMS Grenville (R97)

HMS Griffin (H31)

HMCS Haida (G63)

USS Harding (DD-625)

HMS Havelock (H88)

HMS Hawkins (D86)USS Henrico (APA-45)

HMS Hero (H99)

USS Hobson (DD-464)

HMCS Huron (G24)

HMS Impulsive (D11)

HMS Inconstant (H49)

SS Iserlohn (1909)

HMS Isis (D87)

Java-class cruiser

HMS Javelin (F61)

HMS Jervis (F00)USS Joseph T. Dickman (APA-13)

HMS Kelvin (F37)

HMS Kempenfelt (R03)

HMS Kingsmill (K484)

HMCS Kitchener (K225)

ORP Krakowiak (L115)

French destroyer La Combattante

USS Laffey (DD-724)

HMS Largs

HMS Lawford (K514)

HMS Londonderry (U76)

HMS Loch Fada (K390)

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HMS Locust T28

USS LST-5

USS LST-266

USS LST-279

USS LST-288

USS LST-306

USS LST-356

USS LST-371

USS LST-380

USS LST-389

USS LST-521

HMS Loyalty (J217)

HMS Magpie (U82)

HMS Malaya

HMS Mauritius (80)

USS McCook (DD-496)

USS Meredith (DD-726)

HMS Middleton (L74)

French cruiser Montcalm

HMS Montrose (D01)

USS Murphy (DD-603)

HMS Nelson (28)

USS Nevada (BB-36)

USS Nuthatch (AM-60)

HNoMS Nordkapp

USS O'Brien (DD-725)

HMS Onslow (G17)

HMS Oribi (G66)

HMS Orion (85)

USS Osprey (AM-56)

USS Partridge (ATO-138)

USS PC-1261

USS Pheasant (AM-61)

ORP Piorun (G65)

USS Quincy (CA-71)

HMS Ramillies (07)

USS Raven (AM-55)

USS Rich (DE-695)

HMS Roberts (F40)

HMS Rodney (29)

USS Samuel Chase (APA-26)

USS Satterlee (DD-626)

HMS Saumarez (G12)

HMS Scourge (G01)

HMS Scylla (98)

HMCS Sioux (R64)

HMS Sirius (82)

HMS Skate (1917)

ORP Ślązak (L26)

HNLMS Soemba

USS Staff (AM-114)

HMS Starling (U66)

HMS Statice (K281)

HMS Stevenstone (L16)

HNoMS Stord (G26)

HNoMS Svenner (G03)

USS Swift (AM-122)

HMS Tanatside (L69)

USS Texas (BB-35)USS Thomas Jefferson (AOA-30)

USS Thompson (DD-627)

USS Threat (AM-124)

USS Thurston (AP-77)USS Tide (AM-125)

USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37)

HMS Ulster (R83)

HMS Ulysses (R69)

HMS Undaunted (R53)

HMS Undine (R42)

HMS Urania (R05)

HMS Urchin (R99)

HMS Ursa (R22)

HMS Vanquisher (D54)

HMS Venus (R50)

HMS Versatile (D32)

HMS Verulam (R28)

HMS Vesper (D55)

HMS Vigilant (R93)

HMS Virago (R75)

HMS Vivacious (D36)

HMS Volunteer (D71)

HMS Walker (D27)

HMS Wanderer (D74)

HMS Warspite (03)

HMS Watchman (D26)

SS West Cheswald

MS West Grama

MS West Honaker

SS West Nohno

HMS Whimbrel (U29)

HMS Whitehall (D94)

HMS Wild Goose (U45)

SS Winona

HMS Wrestler (1918)

X-class submarine

E class
F class
Shipwrecks
Other incidents

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