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Posted on Sep 8, 2013 in Armchair Reading

Armchair General November 2013 Issue – Hitler Takes Command!

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  • Special Feature: Failed Peace: The Treaty of Versailles, 1919
  • Feature: Battle of Honey Springs, 1863—A filmmaker and American history author reveals how Union forces won the “Gettysburg of Indian Territory”
  • 10 Questions: Colonel Warren Wiedhahn—ACG interviews a decorated veteran of the wars in Korea and Vietnam
  • Battle Studies: Great Siege of Jerusalem, 70 AD – How Roman legions crushed the Zealots’ Revolt. By Ralph Peters
  • Battlefield Leader: Hitler Takes Command! The Nazi dictator won the power struggle with his generals—ultimately leading to battlefield defeat
  • Crisis Watch by Ralph Peters – “Misplaced Faith” – Why American diplomats seem to trust our enemies but not us
  • Web Extra 1: The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum. A visit to the London, Ontario, museum honoring one of Canada’s oldest Regular Force military units.
  • Web Extra 2: A Polish Reunion in Normandy, by Carlo D’Este
  • Dispatches – real heroes, destinations, special events and more


  • Must-Read/Must-See Books and DVDs
  • Game Reviews
  • Mailbag
  • Test your decision-making skills by choosing the best course of action for US artillery in the Mexican War, 1846; Polish Motorized Infantry Attack, 1944; and Operation Goodwood, the British attack on Caen, 1944.
  • Play It! Play the history you read; ACG‘s list of recommended wargames for all eras
  • Combat Decision # 59: Polish Motorized Infantry Attack, 1944
  • Combat Decision # 57: Canadian Infantry Attack, 1944 – Outcome and Analysis
  • ONLINE EXTRA: FREE PC GAME! Download March to Baghdad, Episode 1: Decision at Tallil Air Base



  • Special Feature: Lone Star Nation: Texas War of Independence, 1836 How the republic won its freedom from Mexico
  • Bonus Article: Artists Under Fire Viet Minh combat artists produced stirring propaganda posters in the field
  • 10 Questions: General Frank Grass The chief of the National Guard Bureau answers Armchair General’s questions
  • Crisis Watch by Ralph Peters
  • Great Warriors: Australian Soldiers, 1914-45 Aussies fought some of the toughest battles in two World Wars
  • Battle Studies: British Amphibious Operations, War of 1812 Sea-land campaigns gave Britain a nearly decisive advantage.
  • Hard Choices: America’s Losing Strategy in Vietnam The decisions that led to U.S. failure in the war.
  • Battlefield Leader: Ike vs. Monty, 1944-45 Dwight Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery clashed over competing strategies for victory
  • Interactive command articles in which YOU make the decisions! Soviet Army Patrol, Afghanistan, 1985; French Foreign Legion in Mexico, 1863; Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775

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  1. It’s not a surprise that Ralph Peters drops his mask and reveals his Jew-hate, once again, with his attempt to hypocritically justify the “peace-loving”, “civilized” Romans’ destruction of the Judean nation, massacre of innocent Jewish non-combatants, and banishment of the Jewish people from their lands, is it? Somehow, he’s never gotten around to urging his immoral, decadent fellow Americans to do to al-Qaeda or the Taliban in Afghanistan what his saintly Roman ancestors did to those uppity Jews who dared fight for their own land and religion, right?

    “Killing terrorists works. All else is a waste of time, resources and lives.”

    Unless it’s those stinking Jewish dogs you so hate, right, Ralph?