Table of Contents – December 2007 – Military History

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FEATURES

Berlin Airlift
By Stephan Wilkinson
Photos by David Douglas Dunca
In early 1948, Soviet troops blockaded land routes to Berlin, spurring the greatest airborne relief operation in history.

The Roman Navy: Master’s of the Mediterranean
By Richard A. Gabriel
The Romans started with no navy, but that didn’t stop them.

Portfolio: Great White Fleet
Teddy Roosevelt’s Navy was the first to project U.S. power around the world—peacefully.

One Man’s Ambush
By Edward G. Lengel
An account of bravery from the 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive.

Napoleonic Action
By John Farr
The Top 10 war movies of a turbulent era.

‘It Is Sweet and Fitting to Die for One’s Country’
By Thomas Fleming
John Laurens won at Yorktown, but lost his fight for emancipation.

DEPARTMENTS  

Letters

News

Interview
Malcolm Muir: Schooling tomorrow’s officers

What We Learned…
from the Battle of Carrhae

Voice
My Confederate Bias

Power Tool/Hand Tool
Yari / Pressure, G-Suit

Letter From Military History

Reviews

Hallowed Ground
Ghost Mountain, Papua New Guinea

War Games

Weapons We’re Glad They Never Built
Ducks as Cover

ONLINE EXTRAS

Meuse-Argonne Offensive of World War I

Battle of Jena: Napoleon’s Double Knock-out Punch

Battle of Actium

ONLINE FORUMS

Which use of the military as an instrument of diplomacy has best served the United States: the voyage of the Great White Fleet or the Berlin Airlift?

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