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September 2015 • Table of Contents

By HistoryNet Staff
8/10/2015 • MH Issues

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Cover Story
They Shall Not Pass
By Anthony Brandt
During the Spanish Civil War Republicans in Madrid held out more than two years—but how?

Mongols at the Gate
By Frank McLynn
Baghdad’s caliph sniffed at Mongol threats, but in 1258 Hülegü Khan came calling

While Paris Burned
By Ron Soodalter
In 1871 a revolt born of outrage and frustration turned the City of Light into a bloodbath

Soldier of Misfortune
By John Koster
Gustave Cluseret had a knack for combat—but a habit of choosing the losing side

War of 1898
By David Lauterborn
A castoff book published within weeks of the conflict brings the Spanish-American War to life

Honor and the American Warrior
By Joseph F. Callo
The concept of honor is elusive and fragile, residing in the mind, heart and soul of the individual

On the Cover: At the 1938 disbandment of the International Brigades a volunteer with Republican forces during the Spanish Civil War renders a last raised-fist salute. (David Seymour/Magnum Photos)





Australian MIA Researcher Lambis Englezos

HistoryNet Reader

By Chuck Lyons
Alone on a Hill

What We Learned From …
By Sarah R. Cokeley
Fredericksburg, 1862

By Jon Guttman
Messerschmitt Bf 109D-1

Letter From Military History


Hallowed Ground
By David T. Zabecki
Anzac Cove, Gallipoli, Turkey

War Games

War’s Unexpected Images


In the Archives
What If Franco’s Spain Had Entered the War?
Mark Grimsley speculates on the consequences for Spain and the world had Francisco Franco sent his armed forces into World War II

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