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World War II May/June 2012 Table of Contents

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D-Day: This Just In
Three legendary American war
correspondents scramble to cover the
Allied advance across France
By Alex Kershaw

Warsaw Betrayed
As Poland's underground army struggled to pry
the Germans from their capital,Stalin
sat back and let "the Rising" fail
By Andrew Curry

Corregidor's Last Stand

The hellish final chapter in the
fall of the Philippines
By Bill Sloan

The Goering File
Werner Goering was a skilled B-17 commander
with an infamous last name. The strange tale of a
possible plot against this American pilot
By Stephen Frater

weapons manual
Field Workhorse
Why the M2A1 105mm howitzer
was king of the hill
By Jim Laurier



World War II Today
Anna Reid's Readling List

A Medal of Honor recipient
looks back on D-Day
By Gene Santoro

War Letters

The start of a beautiful friendship
between a U-boat captain and an
American commander
By Andrew Carroll

Their Darkest Hour
A military attaché explains his
respect for Hitler
By Laurence Rees

Time Travel
By John D. Lukacs

Joe Rochefort's War
Battle of the Tanks
Play Memoir '44

What If…
…Churchill had offered less
"blood, toil, tears, and sweat"?
By Mark Grimsley

A Spitfire's special delivery


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