Index of World War II articles (I)

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  1. I'll Remember April
  2. I Airborne Corps (United Kingdom)
  3. I Armored Corps (United States)
  4. I Canadian Corps
  5. I Corps (Australia)
  6. I Corps (France)
  7. I Corps (Germany)
  8. I Corps (United Kingdom)
  9. I Corps (United States)
  10. I Kikan
  11. I See a Dark Stranger
  12. I SS Panzer Corps
  13. I Was Monty's Double (film)
  14. I.Ae. 25 Mañque
  15. Iaşi pogrom
  16. Iain Macleod
  17. Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk
  18. Iain Tennant
  19. Iakovos Kambanelis
  20. Ian Carmichael
  21. Ian Edward Fraser
  22. Ian Fleming
  23. Ian Frank Bowater
  24. Ian Gilmour, Baron Gilmour of Craigmillar
  25. Ian Hacking
  26. Ian Hawkins
  27. Ian Hogg (Royal Navy officer)
  28. Ian Jacob
  29. Ian Johnson (cricketer)
  30. Ian Keith, 12th Earl of Kintore
  31. Ian Kershaw
  32. Ian MacAlister Stewart
  33. Ian McGeoch
  34. Ian Oswald Liddell
  35. Ian Robertson, Lord Robertson
  36. Ian Smith
  37. Ian Stanley Ord Playfair
  38. Ian Stuart Donaldson
  39. Ian V. Hogg
  40. Ian Willoughby Bazalgette
  41. Iannis Xenakis
  42. IAR 80
  43. Ibō Takahashi
  44. IBM and the Holocaust
  45. Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia
  46. Ibrahima Sonko
  47. Icchak Cukierman
  48. Ice-Cold in Alex
  49. Icebreaker (Suvorov)
  50. Ichinohe Hyoe
  51. Ida Jenbach
  52. Identification in Nazi camps
  53. Idflieg
  54. Idris I of Libya
  55. If This Is a Man
  56. Iftikhar Khan
  57. IG Farben Building
  58. IG Farben Trial
  59. IG Farben
  60. Ignacio Corleto
  61. Ignacy Jeż
  62. Ignacy Oziewicz
  63. Ignatius J. Galantin
  64. Ignatius Wolfington
  65. Ignatz Waghalter
  66. Ignaz Maybaum
  67. Ignaz Pleyel
  68. Ignazio Silone
  69. Igo Sym
  70. Igor Newerly
  71. Igor Yanovskiy
  72. II Canadian Corps
  73. II Corps (Poland)
  74. II Corps (United Kingdom)
  75. II Corps (United States)
  76. II SS Panzer Corps
  77. II. Jagdkorps
  78. III (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps
  79. III Corps (Germany)
  80. III Corps (India)
  81. III Corps (United Kingdom)
  82. III Corps (United States)
  83. IJA 11th Independent Mixed Brigade
  84. IJA 144th Division
  85. IJA 145th Division
  86. IJA 18th Independent Mixed Brigade
  87. IJA 1st Cavalry Brigade
  88. IJA 1st Independent Mixed Brigade
  89. IJA 2nd Independent Mixed Brigade
  90. IJA 3rd Cavalry Brigade
  91. IJA 4th Cavalry Brigade
  92. IJA Cavalry Group
  93. IJA Independent Mixed Brigades
  94. IJN 10th Area Fleet
  95. IJN 2nd Fleet
  96. IJN 3rd Fleet
  97. IJN 4th Fleet
  98. IJN 5th Fleet
  99. IJN 6th Fleet
  100. IJN 7th Fleet
  101. IJN 8th Fleet
  102. Ijuin Gorō
  103. Ikazuchi-class destroyer
  104. Ike Franklin Andrews
  105. Ike: Countdown to D-Day
  106. IL-2 Sturmovik (series)
  107. IL-2 Sturmovik (video game)
  108. IL-2 Sturmovik: Forgotten Battles
  109. IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946
  110. IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover
  111. IL-2 Sturmovik: Great Battles
  112. Il Cuore nel Pozzo
  113. Ilag
  114. Ilarie Voronca
  115. Ilija Pantelić
  116. Ilija Trifunović-Birčanin
  117. Ill Met by Moonlight
  118. Illustrious-class aircraft carrier
  119. Ilmari Juutilainen
  120. Ilse Koch
  121. Ilse Weber
  122. Ilya Wolston
  123. Ilyushin Il-10
  124. Ilyushin Il-2
  125. Ilyushin Il-4
  126. Images of the Last Battalion
  127. IMAM Ro.51
  128. IMAM Ro.57
  129. Imants Sudmalis
  130. Imed Mhedhebi
  131. Imeson Field
  132. Imitation General
  133. Immanuel J. Klette
  134. Immokalee Airport
  135. Immortal Sergeant
  136. Imperial General Headquarters
  137. Imperial Guard of Japan
  138. Imperial Japanese Army Academy
  139. Imperial Japanese Army Air Force
  140. Imperial Japanese Army General Staff Office
  141. Imperial Japanese Army politics and background
  142. Imperial Japanese Army Railways and Shipping Section
  143. Imperial Japanese Army Uniforms
  144. Imperial Japanese Army
  145. Imperial Japanese colonialism in Manchukuo
  146. Imperial Japanese Naval Academy
  147. Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service
  148. Imperial Japanese Navy Armor Units
  149. Imperial Japanese Navy Aviation Bureau
  150. Imperial Japanese Navy fuel
  151. Imperial Japanese Navy General Staff
  152. Imperial Japanese Navy Land Forces
  153. Imperial Japanese Navy of World War II
  154. Imperial Japanese Navy of World War Two
  155. Imperial Japanese Navy submarines
  156. Imperial Japanese Navy
  157. Imperial Japanese rations
  158. Imperial Klans of America
  159. Imperial Prince Kuniyoshi Kuni
  160. Imperial Rescript to Soldiers and Sailors
  161. Imperial Way Faction
  162. Imperialism
  163. Implacable-class aircraft carrier
  164. Imre Ámos
  165. Imre Kertész
  166. In Defense of Internment
  167. In Harm's Way
  168. In Love and War (1958 film)
  169. In the Navy (film)
  170. In the Presence of Mine Enemies
  171. In the Shadow of Your Wings
  172. In Which We Serve
  173. INA Defence Committee
  174. INA trials
  175. Incheon
  176. Incident At Vichy
  177. Independence-class aircraft carrier
  178. Independence Municipal Airport (Kansas)
  179. Independent Operational Group Narew
  180. Independent Operational Group Polesie
  181. Independent State of Croatia
  182. India in World War II
  183. Indian 26th Infantry Division
  184. Indian 6th Infantry Division
  185. Indian Army Act,1911
  186. Indian Independence League
  187. Indian National Army
  188. Indian National Council
  189. Indian Ocean raid
  190. Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril
  191. Indicator net
  192. Indische Legion
  193. Indochina Expedition order of battle
  194. Indochina Expeditionary Army
  195. Industrial plans for Germany
  196. Inessa Armand
  197. Infamy Speech
  198. Infantry Assault Badge
  199. Infantry Regiment Großdeutschland
  200. Infoage Science/History Learning Center
  201. Informationsdienst gegen Rechtsextremismus
  202. Ingar Nielsen
  203. Inge Scholl
  204. Ingeborg Refling Hagen
  205. Inger Aufles
  206. Ingleburn Army Camp
  207. (The) Inglorious Bastards
  208. Inglourious Basterds
  209. Ingo Zechner
  210. Ingram de Ketenis
  211. Inner Mongolian Army
  212. Inoue Yoshika
  213. Insect-class gunboat
  214. Inside Hitler's Bunker
  215. Inside the Third Reich
  216. Inspectorate General of Aviation
  217. Inspectorate General of Military Training
  218. Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris
  219. Institut d'études politiques de Grenoble
  220. Institut de France
  221. Institut de radioastronomie millimétrique
  222. Institut für Sexualwissenschaft
  223. Institut Laue-Langevin
  224. Institute for Historical Review
  225. Intelligence and the Japanese Civilian
  226. Interim Committee
  227. Interim Peace
  228. International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims
  229. International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust
  230. International Holocaust Cartoon Competition
  231. International Holocaust Remembrance Day
  232. International Military Tribunal for the Far East
  233. International Refugee Organization
  234. International response to the Holocaust
  235. International Third Position
  236. International Tracing Service
  237. Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport
  238. INTRIA (Nazi Germany)
  239. Invalides (Paris Métro and RER)
  240. Invasion and Occupation of the Andaman Islands during World War II
  241. Invasion and occupation of the Andaman Islands during World War II
  242. Invasion of French Indochina
  243. Invasion of Iceland
  244. Invasion of Lingayen Gulf
  245. Japanese invasion of Manchuria
  246. Soviet invasion of Manchuria
  247. Invasion of Normandy
  248. Invasion of Palawan
  249. Invasion of Poland (1939)
  250. Invasion of Tulagi (May 1942)
  251. Invasion of Yugoslavia
  252. Invasion stripes
  253. Invisible Agent
  254. Invisible Eagle
  255. Involvement of Croatian Catholic clergy with the Ustaša regime
  256. Ioan Cantacuzino
  257. Ioan Dumitrache
  258. Ioan Hristea
  259. Ioan Mihail Racoviţă
  260. Ioan P. Culianu
  261. Ioan Pălăghiţă
  262. Ioannis Metaxas
  263. Ioannis Rallis
  264. Ion Antonescu
  265. Ion Calvocoressi
  266. Ion Gheorghe Maurer
  267. Ion Gigurtu
  268. Ion Ionescu de la Brad
  269. Ion Mihalache
  270. Ion Minulescu
  271. Ion Panţuru
  272. Ion Pillat
  273. Ion Valentin Anestin
  274. Ion Vincze
  275. Iona Nikitchenko
  276. Iordan Chimet
  277. Ios Teper
  278. Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship
  279. Iosif Stalin tank
  280. Iowa-class battleship
  281. Ip massacre
  282. IRA-Abwehr collaboration in World War II
  283. IRA Abwehr World War II
  284. Ira C. Eaker
  285. Ira Hayes
  286. Iraqforce
  287. Irena Iłłakowicz
  288. Irena Sendler
  289. Irene Galitzine
  290. Irene Gut Opdyke
  291. Irene Tanner
  292. Irgun and Lehi internment in Africa
  293. Irina Livezeanu
  294. IRIS-T
  295. Iris Chang
  296. Iris Clert Gallery
  297. Irish neutrality during World War II
  298. Irma Grese
  299. Irmfried Eberl
  300. Irmgard Huber
  301. Iron Cross
  302. Iron Duke-class battleship
  303. Iron Guard
  304. Iron Range National Park
  305. Iron Wolf (Lithuania)
  306. Irvan Perez
  307. Irving Baxter
  308. Irving Davis
  309. Irving Farmer Kennedy
  310. Irving Kristol
  311. Irving Wiltsie
  312. Irwin Shaw
  313. Irène Jacob
  314. Irène Joliot-Curie
  315. Irène Némirovsky
  316. Is Paris Burning?
  317. Isaac C. Kidd, Jr.
  318. Isaac C. Kidd
  319. Isaac D. White
  320. Isaac de Benserade
  321. Isaac Klein
  322. Isaac Pierre de Villiers
  323. Isaac Westergren
  324. Isabella of France
  325. Isabelle Mir
  326. Isabelle Severino
  327. Isabelle White
  328. Isacque Graeber
  329. Isadora Duncan
  330. Isadore S. Jachman
  331. Isamu Chō
  332. Isamu Noguchi
  333. Isamu Takeshita
  334. Isao Harimoto
  335. Isaías Medina Angarita
  336. Ischa Meijer
  337. Ise-class battleship
  338. Ishimoto Shinroku
  339. Ishinosuke Uwano
  340. Isidor Zuckermann
  341. Isidore Cohen
  342. Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire
  343. Isidore Goudeket
  344. Island at War
  345. Isle Louvier, Paris
  346. Ismar Isidor Boas
  347. Ismet Muftić
  348. Isoroku Yamamoto's sleeping giant quote
  349. Isoroku Yamamoto
  350. Israel's Department Store
  351. Israel Brodie
  352. Israel Eldad
  353. Israel Gelfand
  354. Israel Gutman
  355. Israel Halperin
  356. Israel Holmgren
  357. Israel Shahak
  358. Israfil Mamedov
  359. Issei Japanese American
  360. Issen gorin
  361. Issey Miyake
  362. Istjude
  363. István Barta
  364. István Bárány
  365. István Horthy
  366. István Nyers
  367. ISU-122
  368. ISU-152
  369. It's Everybody's War
  370. It Ain't Half Hot Mum
  371. It Happened Here
  372. Itagaki Taisuke
  373. Italia irredenta
  374. Italian-occupied France
  375. Italian 101 Motorised Division Trieste
  376. Italian 102 Motorised Division Trento
  377. Italian 24 Infantry Division Gran Sasso
  378. Italian 26 Infantry Division Assiette
  379. Italian 29 Division Peloritana
  380. Italian 30 Infantry Division Sabauda
  381. Italian 5 Infantry Division Cosseria
  382. Italian American internment
  383. Italian Army equipment in World War II
  384. Italian Army in Russia
  385. Italian battleship Andrea Doria
  386. Italian battleship Caio Duilio
  387. Italian battleship Conte di Cavour
  388. Italian battleship Giulio Cesare
  389. Italian battleship Littorio
  390. Italian battleship Roma (1940)
  391. Italian battleship Vittorio Veneto
  392. Italian bombings on Palestine in World War II
  393. Italian Campaign (World War II)
  394. Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force
  395. Italian Co-Belligerent Army
  396. Italian Co-Belligerent Navy
  397. Italian colonial ship Eritrea
  398. Italian concentration camps
  399. Italian conquest of British Somaliland
  400. Italian cruiser Alberico da Barbiano
  401. Italian cruiser Alberto da Giussano
  402. Italian cruiser Armando Diaz
  403. Italian cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni
  404. Italian cruiser Duca degli Abruzzi
  405. Italian cruiser Emanuele Filiberto Duca d'Aosta
  406. Italian cruiser Eugenio di Savoia
  407. Italian cruiser Giovanni delle Bande Nere
  408. Italian cruiser Giuseppe Garibaldi (1936)
  409. Italian cruiser Gorizia
  410. Italian cruiser Luigi Cadorna
  411. Italian cruiser Muzio Attendolo
  412. Italian cruiser Raimondo Montecuccoli
  413. Italian cruiser Zara
  414. Italian Expeditionary Corps in Russia
  415. Italian guerrilla war in Ethiopia
  416. Italian invasion of France
  417. Italian Libyan Colonial Division
  418. Italian resistance movement
  419. Italian ship Ramb I
  420. Italian ship Ramb II
  421. Italian ship Ramb III
  422. Italian ship Ramb IV
  423. Italian Social Republic
  424. Italian submarine Alagi
  425. Italian submarine Axum
  426. Italian submarine Console Generale Liuzzi
  427. Italian submarine Enrico Toti
  428. Italian submarine Iride
  429. Italian submarine Scirè (1938)
  430. Italian submarine Vettor Pisani
  431. Italian war in Soviet Union, 1941-1943
  432. Italian war prisoners in Soviet Union 1942-1954
  433. Italie 13
  434. Italie 2
  435. Italo Calvino
  436. Italo Gariboldi
  437. Italo Santelli
  438. Ithaca 37
  439. Ito Toshiyoshi
  440. Itō Sukeyuki
  441. Itzchak Tarkay
  442. Itzhak Katzenelson
  443. Itzhak Stern
  444. Iuliu Maniu
  445. Œuvre de secours aux enfants
  446. IV Corps (United Kingdom)
  447. IV Corps (United States)
  448. IV SS Panzer Corps
  449. Iva Toguri D'Aquino
  450. Ivan's Childhood
  451. Ivan Chernyakhovsky
  452. Ivan Šarić (archbishop)
  453. Ivan Šubašić
  454. Ivan Ewart
  455. Ivan Fedyuninsky
  456. Ivan Flyorov
  457. Ivan Golubets
  458. Ivan Goran Kovačić
  459. Ivan Hirst
  460. Ivan Hrynokh
  461. Ivan Ivanov Bagryanov
  462. Ivan Joseph Martin Osiier
  463. Ivan Konev
  464. Ivan Lyon
  465. Ivan Nikitovich Kozhedub
  466. Ivan Ribar
  467. Ivan Riley
  468. Ivan Selin
  469. Ivan Sidorenko
  470. Ivan Simson
  471. Ivan Smirnov (aviator)
  472. Ivan Stedman
  473. Ivan Tyulenev
  474. Ivan Yefimovich Petrov
  475. Ivanoe Bonomi
  476. Ivar Eriksen
  477. Iven Giffard Mackay
  478. Iver C. Olsen
  479. Ivica Šurjak
  480. Ivica Todorov
  481. Ivo Herenčić
  482. Ivo Lola Ribar
  483. Ivor Campbell
  484. Ivor Dent
  485. Ivor Parry Evans
  486. Ivor Porter
  487. Ivor Rees
  488. Iván Hindy
  489. Iwaichi Fujiwara
  490. Iwane Matsui
  491. Iwao Takamoto
  492. Iwo Jima
  493. IX Corps (United Kingdom)
  494. IX Corps (United States)
  495. IX Troop Carrier Command
  496. IX Waffen Alpine Corps of the SS (Croatian)
  497. Izieu
  498. Izumo-class cruiser
  499. Izzy Cohen

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