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Military History – January 2015 – Table of Contents

10/30/2014 • MH Issues

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Cover Story
The War That Wasn’t
By Robert M. Citino
With a new Cold War possibly in the making, it’s time to dust off the old playbooks and ask the what-ifs from that tension-filled era

Blood and Betrayal: King Philip’s War
By Anthony Brandt
A murder in the winter of 1675 sparked war in New England

Empire vs. Tribe
By O’Brien Browne
The Romans and Celts clashed both militarily and culturally

Code Breakers
By Sarah R. Cokeley
World War II saw an explosion in cipher machine technology

Funston of the Philippines
By Chuck Lyons
Frederick Funston’s bold 1901 raid crushed the guerrilla insurrection

Christmas Truce
By Peter Hart
As Christmas 1914 approached, enemies sought peace in no man’s land
On the Cover: While Badger was a 23-kiloton nuclear test shot, detonated in 1953 at the Nevada Test Site northwest of Las Vegas, Cold War planners weren’t about to bet against a real nuclear exchange. (© CORBIS)

No ‘Parade-Ground Soldiers,’ Bankrolling the French

Medal of Honor for Civil War Officer, ‘Great Escape’ Digger Dies

Diane Lees: An Imperial Undertaking

Weider Reader
Excerpts From Our Sister Publications

By Sarah R. Cokeley
A Happy Hero

What We Learned…
By Stephan Wilkinson
From the Highway of Death

By Jon Guttman
42cm M-Gerät Howitzer

Letter From Military History


Hallowed Ground
By David T. Zabecki
Camp de Beugy, Sainte-Suzanne, France

War Games

War’s Unexpected Images

In hindsight, did the Republic of the Philippines develop due to the American intervention and longtime occupation or in spite of those actions?

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One Response to Military History – January 2015 – Table of Contents

  1. William Frazer says:

    Stephen Wilkinson is either confused or naive. I was the senior G3 OPS NCOIC of 1 of the XVIII ABC Command Posts during Desert Storm and made many of the briefing at CENTCON/ARCENT HQ. . We were told numerous times that Arab forces would only Free Kuwait, and advance no further., The French told us numerous times that they would Not go North of the Euphrates River. Coalition Forces faced some 45 divisions- bombed and starved but numbers do count. The Saudi Royal Family indicated that going North of the Euphrates River could shut off our supply lines, and there was a possibility that the Syrian or even Egyptian Divisions who advanced into Kuwait and stopped could attack our rear echelons or seize our supplies. Meanwhile Saddam had 50+ divisions (many Republican Guard) along his borders with Turkey/Jordan/Iran. while we had around 17 divisions total ( Only 9 US/UK) Just how in blazes were we suppose to topple Saddam in 1991 without starting a Moslem/Christianity war?

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