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Table of Contents – October 2007 – Military History

9/5/2007 • MH Issues

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FEATURES

Black Jack Pershing
By Kevin Baker
The epic career of John J. Pershing—from lieutenant to General of the Armies—mirrored the U.S. Army’s rise to global power.

Portfolio: An Army from Scratch
Stereoscopic images show the making of the American Expeditionary Force.

Big Win at Saratoga
By Geoffrey Norman
The 1777 British surrender was the Revolution’s turning point.

Hessians: The Best Armies Money Could Buy
By Dennis Showalter
When German states went into the soldier business.

Women in War
By John A. Lynn
In early modern Europe, women made armies workable.

DEPARTMENTS
Letters

News

Interview
Ronald Arkin: Building Trust in Combat Robots

What We Learned…
from Isandlwana

Voice
When is war justified?

Power Tool/Hand Tool
Blowgun / SPAD VII

Letter From Military History

Reviews

Hallowed Ground
Masada, Israel

War Games

Weapons We’re Glad They Never Built
Nesting Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles

ONLINE EXTRAS

Photo Gallery: General John “Jack Black” Pershing

Anglo-Zulu War: Battle of Hlobane

Benedict Arnold at the Battle of Saratoga

Napoleonic War: Women at Waterloo

ONLINE FORUMS

The American Revolution has about as many “decisive battles” as there were colonies, but Saratoga may be most worthy of the title. Why? Or why not?

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