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Posted on May 18, 2011 in Armchair Reading

July 2011 Issue – Bloody Cold Harbor

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  • Cover Feature: Bloody Cold Harbor. What would you have done if  you were Ulysses S. Grant at Cold Harbor, Virginia, in 1864?
  • Special Feature: America in the Dark. America’s greatest threat revealed in a horrific doomsday scenario.
  • Feature:  Russell Volckmann: American Guerrilla. This unfairly forgotten guerrilla commander was the true "Father of U.S. Army Special Forces"
  • Battlefield Leader: Admiral David Beatty. Was Britain’s WWII bulldog sea commander the Royal Navy’s last Nelson?
  • Lessons in Leadership: Patton’s Library. Carlo D’Este explains how Patton studied his way to phenomenal success
  • Battle Studies: American Lions: The 332d Infantry Regiment in Italy, 1918.
  • Great Warriors – World War II U-Boat Crewmen
  • Crisis Watch – Hugging the Snakes
  • Dispatchesreal heroes, destinations, special events and more
  • Forgotten HistoryThe Execution of Admiral Byng
  • LeaderSitting Bull




  • Battle Studies. 4th U.S. Armored Division at Singling, 1944
  • Special Feature: Napoleon’s 1812 Campaign in Russia
  • Battlefield Detective: The gruesome fate of Napoleon’s Lost Army 
  • Battlefield Leader: Ralph Peters’ insights into the life of General George Gordon Meade
  • Interactive command articles in which YOU make the decisions! British paratroopers on D-Day; Zeebrugge Raid, 1918; General Gotthard Heinrici defends Berlin, 1945.

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