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Military History - July 2013 - Table of Contents

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Cover Story
Making the Rules
By Everett L. Wheeler
From ancient origins the informal rules of war have developed into a complex code designed to curb man's lawless violence. But does it work?

Penicillin: Wonder Drug of World War II
By Richard Conniff
How mold in a petri dish became the soldiers' lifesaver

Grenada, 1983: Small Island, Big Lessons
By Sharon Tosi Lacey
A brief Caribbean clash led to the remaking of the U.S. military

Portfolio: Code of Conduct
Patriotic posters told U.S. service members how to behave in combat and captivity

Rome Ravaged
By Anthony Brandt
In 1527 the Eternal City learned what happens if armies run amok

The Making of General Winfield Scott
By Ron Soodalter
War, court-martial and his own acid tongue could not defeat him

On the cover: Japanese officer Yasuno Chikao prepares to execute Australian POW Sergeant Leonard Siffleet on Oct. 24, 1943. (Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

DEPARTMENTS  

Letters
Chia Tank, Frozen Chosin

News
Gettysburg Sesquicentennial, Fight for Richard III's Remains

Interview
Geoffrey Parker: Climate and Wars

Valor
By Chuck Lyons
Breaking Into Hell

What We Learned…
By Joseph F. Callo
From the Battle of Taranto

Decisions
By Edward G. Lengel
Polk's Mexican War

Hand Tool
By Jon Guttman
Studebaker Wagon

Power Tool
By Jon Guttman
Elco PT Boat

Weider Reader
Excerpts From Our Sister Publications

Letter From Military History

Reviews

Hallowed Ground
By David T. Zabecki
Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium

War Games

General Disorder
By Rick Meyerowitz
Antonio López de Santa Anna

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What would you recommend an international tribunal do if an accused or convicted violator of international law refuses to submit to due process? Should international law trump a nation's sovereign law?

 



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