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Posted on Jul 29, 2005 in Front Page Features

WebOps (July 2005)

Welcome to WebOps, Armchair General's first original content website column! I am the WebWarrior, Jim H. Moreno, and my mission here is to bring you links, profiles, and interviews on the best military history and related websites that the Internet has to offer.

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Posted on Jul 11, 2005 in Carlo D'Este, Front Page Features

Monty: World War II’s Most Misunderstood General, Part 1

Have you ever wondered why Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery (better known as "Monty") often surfaces in debates about World War II generals as both the best and the worst the Allies could muster? Armchair General wanted to cut through as much of the varying opinions and myths as possible and get straight to the facts about this important battlefield leader. We enlisted the help of noted author and historian Carlo D'Este to give us a modern perspective of this controversial man.

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Posted on Jul 8, 2005 in Front Page Features, Stuff We Like

Battlefield 2: God Help Us If This Is What Real Combat Is Like

Battlefield 2 works best, and is arguably the most fun, when you are playing in squads as part of a larger team. The overall commander of your team issues orders to the various squad leaders, and your squad leader will then issue orders to you. When this is a working relationship, the game illustrates some of the finest teamwork in a modern combat simulation you will see on a computer screen. Other times, this relationship is the stuff of nightmares!

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Posted on Jul 8, 2005 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features

Sept 2005 Issue: Best of WW2

History's worst war produced some of warfare's best tanks, planes, weapons and commanders. Armchair General presents our Editor's picks for the "best" from mankind's most destructive war. Learn about this article and all our features by clicking here. Look for it on newsstands soon!

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Posted on Jun 13, 2005 in Carlo D'Este, Front Page Features

What if D-Day Had Failed?

Do we take D-Day for granted? Has the passage of time made the D-Day landings seem as if they were always destined to succeed? Armchair General Consulting Historian and author Carlo D'Este examines how this important event was no sure thing.

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