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Ep. 34: Char's Roadside Assistance
This week, we recap, review, and analyze Mobile Suit Gundam episode 34 (33 in the US), "A Fateful Encounter" ("宿命の出会い"), discuss our first impressions, and provide commentary and research on O'Neill cylinders, a review of Lagrange points, neutral countries in WWII, the Battle of the River Plate and the hunt for the Graf Spee, and the term "red tape."
- Article about increasing critical examination of the actions of neutral countries during WWII.
- Swiss neutrality, and the recent (early 2000s) independent report analyzing Switzerland's impact on WWII.
- Hague Convention concerning the Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers in Naval War.
- About the Graf Spee ship.
- Wiki page on the Battle of the River Plate and "The Trap of Montevideo."
- Book on naval warfare in WWII, includes section on the Battle of the River Plate:
The Great Sea War: The Story of Naval Action in World War II, E.B. Potter, Fleet-Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Pickle Partners Publishing, 2015.
- Book about the battle itself:
The Battle of the River Plate: The Hunt for the German Pocket Battleship Graf Spee (2d Ed.), Dudley Pope, 2005, McBooks Press.
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