Posted on May 1, 2014 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features
Armchair General July 2014 Issue – The Longest Day 70th Anniversary
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IN THIS ISSUE
- BATTLE STUDIES Rebels at the Gates! Ralph Peters examines the 1864 Battle of Monocacy that saved the U.S. capital.
- SPECIAL FEATURE “The Longest Day” 70th Anniversary Carlo D’Este’s moving retrospective on D-Day.
- EXTRA FEATURE Die Another Day German 21st Panzer Division’s June 6, 1944, counterattack at Normandy.
- 10 QUESTIONS Brigadier General (Ret.) Carl Reddel An interview with the executive director of the Eisenhower Memorial Commission.
- COMBAT! U.S. Tank Attack: Iraq, 2004 Can YOU choose the correct plan to defeat an ambush by Iraqi insurgents?
- YOU COMMAND Battle of Golan Heights, 1973 YOU lead an Israeli company facing a powerful Syrian attack.
- YOU COMMAND SOLUTION Historical outcome and winning Reader Solutions to Combat Decision Game #61, Japanese Defense of Nomonhan, 1939.
- WHAT NEXT, GENERAL? Zulu War, 1879 As a British general, YOU must decide how to conquer a massive army of Zulu warriors.
- Online article: Battleground Art
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COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF ARMCHAIR GENERAL
- BATTLEFIELD LEADER Hindenburg and Ludendorff Germany’s famed World War I “command team.”
- BATTLE STUDIES August 1914: Clash of Armies The 100th anniversary of World War I’s opening battles.
- SPECIAL FEATURE Sino-Vietnamese War, 1979 China sought to punish Vietnam, yet both sides claimed victory.
- BONUS ARTICLE Patton: The Movie Carlo D’Este reveals the truth and the fiction in this famous film.
- 10 QUESTIONS General P.X. Kelley An interview with the former commandant of the Marine Corps.
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