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World War II January/February 2015 Table of Contents

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FEATURES

cover story
Blowout at Poltava 
An American air armada flew to Ukraine–
and into a fiery German counterpunch  
By Richard R. Muller

portfolio
Picture Imperfect 
The truth behind some familiar faces from 
the Battle of the Bulge

Battered Beyond Belief 
As suicide pilots raged off Okinawa, one
American destroyer outlived all expectations 
By David Sears 

Veterans of Future Wars 
A peacetime college spoof went from
puckishness to prophecy 
By Ronald H. Bailey 

weapons manual
Germany's Tiger I Tank
Sixty tons of Teutonic muscle 
By Jim Laurier

Storm over the Rhine 
One GI remembers the explosive night
he crossed into the Fatherland 
By Jack Cornwell

DEPARTMENTS

Mail

World War II Today
German hero trips on history;
misburied GI comes home;
David Ayer's Reading List

Conversation
Hushed-up devastation at 
Pearl Harbor and the invasion 
it could have thwarted 
By Gene Santoro

From the Footlocker
Curators at The National 
World War II Museum solve 
readers' artifact mysteries

Fire for Effect
Unchaining Chamberlain
By Robert M. Citino

Time Travel
Bridging eras at Remagen 
By Gavin Mortimer 

Reviews
Patton paranoia, the Bulge
rebattled, FDR fights, Japan's
ground war heyday

Battle Films
Come and See: indifference
as a cinematic asset 
By Mark Grimsley

Challenge
An Enigma's mystery 

Pinup


One Response to “World War II January/February 2015 Table of Contents”


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    Richard Garstang says:

    On page 31 of the current issue of WWII, there is a series of photos of submariners manning the deck gun. Why is it that each man is wearing his helmet backwards?



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