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Letters to the editor, letters from the magazine, and the table of contents for each issue of World War II magazine.

WW2 Issues


Table of Contents - March 2008 - World War II

Published: January 16, 2008 at 7:38 pm
Subscribe to World War II magazine today! FEATURES A Savage Fight for New Guinea By James Campbell American troops were near the breaking point even before the battle began. The Corsair's Genius: Rex Beisel By Barrett Tillman It was the …

Letters From Readers - March 2008 - World War II

Published: January 16, 2008 at 7:37 pm
America's Answer to the 88 The American 90mm antiaircraft gun was put to the same use as the German 88, only later in the war ("The Weapon GIs Hated Worst," November 2007). Our 90mm AA gun batteries on Bougainville had …

Table of Contents - February 2008 - World War II

Published: December 10, 2007 at 2:23 pm
Subscribe to World War II magazine today! FEATURES The Race to Malta By Sam Moses Running gauntlets of U-boats and Stukas, Allied convoys took desperate risks to keep the vital outpost supplied. The Best of Willie & Joe By Karen …

Letters From Readers - February 2008 - World War II

Published: December 10, 2007 at 2:21 pm
How the War Was Won During World War II, Soviet forces suffered a staggering death rate of nearly 50 percent ("Who Really Won the War?" October 2007). This was not a heroic sacrifice, but one of the greatest acts of …

Table of Contents - December 2007 - World War II

Published: November 05, 2007 at 1:30 pm
Subscribe toWorld War IImagazine today! FEATURES Christmas in WartimeBy Stanley Weintraub Amid separation and loss, the holidays took on new meaning for soldiers and families alike. A World War II Christmas AlbumPackages from home, really bad …

Letters From Readers - December 2007 - World War II

Published: November 05, 2007 at 1:29 pm
Defending MacArthur I take exception to Richard Frank's "The MacArthur No One Knew" (September 2007), complaining of MacArthur's "deft cribbing of the ideas of others." It is the duty of a commander to get ideas from his staff and to …

Table of Contents - November 2007 - World War II

Published: September 24, 2007 at 3:19 pm
Subscribe toWorld War IImagazine today! FEATURES How Patton Outfoxed the Germans By David T. Zabecki Credit superb intel and brilliant staff work. Mud and Mayhem on Okinawa By Bill Sloan In a fight that broke all the rules, …

Letters From Readers - November 2007 - World War II

Published: September 24, 2007 at 3:17 pm
One Photo, Many Heroes In your article "I'm Alive and Well, Thank You" (May 2007), Bert Rutan identifies himself as the wounded marine in the famous Iwo Jima photograph taken by war correspondent Eugene Jones. We do not want to …

Table of Contents - October 2007 - World War II

Published: August 17, 2007 at 10:23 am
Subscribe toWorld War IImagazine today! FEATURES A Young Marine at Tulagi By Nick Cariello A nineteen year old confronts fear, death, and manhood on a hostile shore in the Pacific. Who Really Won the War? By Norman Davies…

Letters From Readers - October 2007 - World War II

Published: August 17, 2007 at 10:21 am
Which Way Is Germany Again? After reading the July/August edition of your fine publication from cover to cover, I had to add a small caveat. The article "Suppose France Had Not Fallen in 1940" includes a picture of a Maginot …

Table of Contents - September 2007 - World War II

Published: July 17, 2007 at 10:22 am
Subscribe to World War II magazine today! FEATURES The MacArthur No One Knew By Richard B. Frank He was brilliant, self-promoting, and lifted almost all of his best ideas from others. J. E. B. Stuart, Soviet Cavalry Guru By Gervase …

Letters From Readers - September 2007 - World War II

Published: July 17, 2007 at 10:16 am
Unlikely Comrades in Arms It is important to realize that in developing their blitzkrieg doctrine ("Blueprint for Blitzkrieg," June 2007), the Germans had learned a good deal from the Soviets by testing tactics and weapons in the USSR in the …

Table of Contents - July/August - World War II

Published: June 07, 2007 at 5:12 pm
Subscribe toWorld War IImagazine today! FEATURES At the Gates of MoscowBy Andrew Nagorski It was, simply, the deadliest battle in all of human history. And it stopped the Nazi blitzkrieg. Men in BlackBy David Alvarez An …

Table of Contents - June 2007 - World War II

Published: May 11, 2007 at 2:00 pm
Subscribe toWorld War IImagazine today! FEATURES The Private HitlerBy David McCune Walter Frentz's intimate pictures of the Führer and his friends offer chilling glimpses of mass murderers at work and play. Darkness Over KobeBy John A. …

Letter From May 2007 World War II Magazine

Published: April 20, 2007 at 3:43 pm
On Wings of the American Spirit On April 12 the National World War II Museum in New Orleans paid tribute to former President George H.W. Bush by singling him out for their American Spirit Award. "The purpose of the award …

Letters From Readers -- May 2007 World War II Magazine

Published: April 20, 2007 at 3:41 pm
Given a Second LifetimeFor the past several months I have been reading current and back issues of World War II, which my mother gave me following the death of my father, Robert G. Barnhart. I had been unaware …
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