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Posted on Jan 7, 2010 in Armchair Reading

March 2010 Issue – Admiral Karl Doenitz

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Cover FeatureGrand Admiral Karl Doenitz
  • Crisis Watch – China’s Rape of Africa, by Ralph Peters
  • Dispatchesreal heroes, destinations, special events and more
  • Forgotten HistoryPale Death of the Saracens
  • Legendary Combat Units101st Airborne Division
  • Great WarriorsRoyal Air Force Fighter Pilots, 1940
  • Hard ChoicesNapoleon’s Russia Campaign, 1812
  • LeaderWilliam L. "Billy" Mitchell
  • Battlefield Detective – The Case of Cuba’s "Bully" Battlefields
  • Battle Studies – Costly Diversion at Simmerath
  • History’s Top 10 Forgotten Battles

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3 Comments

  1. This article is special for me because my boyhood friend and neighbor, Don Doenitz, is a direct descendant of Admiral Karl. We grew up just two miles apart in Central Illinois and have been friends for 70 years. Several years ago Don gave me a copy of this issue of Armchair General.

    • That is amazing! Thank you for sharing. Did he tell any stories that can be repeated here?

      • Don did not personally know Admiral Karl because his parents were already in this country during the war, but he and his brother Floyd did several years ago go back to Germany and connect with some family members who are still there.

        I’m not sure how Don came to have copies of this magazine issue but he gave me one a few years ago when I visited him. I’m in Indiana and he is in Oklahoma, so we don’t get together often.

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