Table of Contents – November/December 2010 World War II

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Cover Story
Yanks in the Royal Air Force
A few Americans helped win the Battle of Britain
By Alexander Kershaw

Russia’s Ice Road Truckers
A deadly route kept Leningrad alive during the 900-day siege
Steven Trent Smith

Portfolio

Waiting in the Wings
A look at the hidden treasures in the National World War II Museum archives

"What the Hell?"
The U.S. Navy’s top-secret mission to check the weather and stir up trouble in China
By Linda Kush

Weapons Manual
The Me 262 Jet Fighter
The world’s first combat jet fighter was deadly, but too little, too late for Germany
By Max Gadney

The Bridge to the Beach
Andrew Higgins’s brilliant watercraft was based on a Japanese design
By Robert Coram


DEPARTMENTS

Mail

World War II Today
Stalin’s invasion of Virginia
Peter Mansoor’s Reading List
Hawaii’s bomb trouble

Conversation
Tracing the wartime roots of a human-skin lampshade
By Gene Santoro

War Letters

A Dresdener recounts the horror of the firebombing
By Andrew Carroll

Unknown Soldiers

Bazooka Ed
By Stephen Budiansky

Time Travel
Hammerfest, Norway
By Susan Zimmerman

Reviews
Manstein Biographies
Escape from Davao
Storm over the Pacific computer game

What If…
…the Allies had not broken German naval code?
By Mark Grimsley

Challenge

A bird that spits fire

Pinup

 

One Response

  1. Leonard Anderson

    Could you please take my father’s name off and just keep mine on there as he passed away in Feb 12, 2010.

    Thanks,

    Donna Stallings
    301-616-5120

    Reply

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