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Letter From April 2007 World War II Magazine

Letter From April 2007 World War II Magazine Science in the Service of Evil Heinrich Himmler was a bookish bureaucrat with a lifelong passion for archeology who turned his eccentric ideas about German...
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Letter from December 2006 World War II Magazine

THE GROUND WAS literally sodden with blood. In the four months of the Third Battle of Ypres, British and Commonwealth forces had suffered appalling casualties in seizing 10 acres of shell-wrecked Belgian soil....
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Letter from November 2006 World War II Magazine

In December 1941, nothing else brought home the reality that the entire world was suddenly at war more than the awful sight of smoke billowing from the shattered remains of the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl...
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Letter from October 2006 World War II Magazine

Forty-seven years ago this month, on October 16, 1959, the man President Harry S. Truman called “the greatest living American” died in his bed at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Renowned for his...
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Letter from September 2006 World War II Magazine

"The past is not dead. In fact, it's not even past." William Faulkner's sage observation is the best reply we can give to skeptics who would question a history magazine's relevance to life today....