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Play It Again, Putzi
by Ernest B. Furgurson
A piano-playing Nazi official charmed Hitler, then betrayed him to FDR
BATTLE FOR THE WEST
Hard War on the Southern Plains
by Noah Andre Trudeau
Could General William T. Sherman beat “a few thousand savages” with the brutal tactics that helped win the Civil War?
by Peter E. Cozzens
A band of 57 Indian warriors in California’s high desert outsmarted and outfought a U.S. Army force that eventually numbered 1,000
Online Gallery: Battle for the West
Soul of the Warrior
Photographs by Edward S. Curtis
by Alfred S. Bradford Jr.
An American officer who served in the 1918 Meuse-Argonne campaign offers a frightening look at mechanized warfare
Meuse Argonne Image Gallery
[AMERICA’S CIVIL WAR AT 150]
McClellan’s War-Winning Strategy
by Donald Stoker
Not long after the Civil War began, the Union’s “young Napoleon” crafted a viable strategy to beat the South. What went wrong?
[POINT OF VIEW]
‘Remember Bunker Hill!’?
by Paul Lockhart
Why does the 1775 battle mean so much to us when it mattered so little?
by O’Brien Browne
In the 1950s, Muslim Algerian rebels fought the French for their independence, losing nearly every battle but winning the war
|Letter From MHQComments / Contributors
The War List
Six Ancient Uprisings That Changed the World
by Barry Strauss
by Christine Ammer
Art of the Siege
Translation by George T. Dennis
Artists on War
Painting With a Clenched Fist
by Pamela D. Toler
The First Clash, by Jim Lacey
The Crimean War, by Orlando Figes
Davy Crockett’s Mysterious Death at the Alamo
Brothers, Rivals, Victors: Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, and the Partnership That Drove the Allied Conquest in Europe, by Jonathan W. Jordan
MHQ Notable Books, Summer 2011
|COVER PHOTO: Years after the Indian Wars that vexed the U.S. Army, Edward S. Curtis took a landmark series of haunting, evocative photographs of Indians in the West, including many who fought in those battles. This photograph from around 1905 is of an unidentified Acoma Pueblo. (Edward S. Curtis/Library of Congress; colorization by John Roche/Slingshot Studio)
SUBSCRIBER-ONLY BONUS SECTION
Raiders of the High Seas
by John M. Taylor
After World War I the Germans built a new breed of “super cruisers”
Images of War: A trooper of the U.S. 1st Cavalry writes home from a base camp in Vietnam in 1966.
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