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Military History – May 2015 – Table of Contents

2/25/2015 • MH Issues

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Cover Story
Crags of Tumbledown
By Ron Soodalter
When Argentina landed troops on the Falkland Islands, it didn’t expect Britain to send a fleet—and Britain didn’t anticipate such a stiff fight

First Shots of the Cold War
By Anthony Brandt
The 1918 Allied intervention in Russia did more harm than good

The Lion’s Last Roar
By Robert Bruce
Napoléon’s beloved Marshal Michel Ney fought to the end at Waterloo

War Strikes a Pose
By Sarah R. Cokeley
A look at model turned combat photographer Lee Miller’s images

Paris Under the Gun
By David T. Zabecki
German superguns brought World War I to the City of Light in 1918

The Last Imperial German
By John Koster
Hermann Ehrhardt fought Reds and Nazis—then left Germany forever
On the Cover: Royal Marines of 3 Commando are “blacked up” for the landings at San Carlos Water during Britain’s 1982 campaign to retake the Falklands from Argentine invaders. (Imperial War Museums, FKD 177)

The War That Wasn’t, Desert Storm

Waterloo Bicentennial, Warship Wrecks

James McPherson: Civil War’s Legacy

Weider Reader
Excerpts From Our Sister Publications

By Jon Guttman
Honors for Mercy

What We Learned…
By Richard Tada
From Crac des Chevaliers

By Jon Guttman
FV101 Scorpion

Letter From Military History


Hallowed Ground
By Chris Allsop
Trentino, Italy

War Games

War’s Unexpected Images

The Allied intervention in Russia precipitated the Cold War, while the Falklands War brought down an Argentine junta. Can you name other conflicts with unintended consequences?

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