Posted on Jan 11, 2011 in Armchair Reading
March 2011 Issue – Ike Invades Sicily
Gerald D. Swick
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IN THIS ISSUE
- Cover Feature – Persian Arrows – America’s Winning Iran Strategy. Ancient history shows what Iran is up to and what the United States should do about it
- Feature: The Not-So-Great "Great Sioux War." Setting the record straight on the Indian Wars
- History’s Mysteries: Who Really Sank the Bismarck? Did the ship’s commander intentionally lead Hitler’s most famous battleship on a one-way suicide mission?
- Battle Studies – Battle of Narvik, 1940
- Crisis Watch – AWOL in Afghanistan
- Dispatches – real heroes, destinations, special events and more
- Forgotten History – Aztec Disaster at Matlatzinco
- Battlefield Leader – George Rogers Clark
COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF ARMCHAIR GENERAL
- "Lightning Joe" Collins The best U.S. corps commander in the ETO
- Special Feature: Charisma and Victory. Ralph Peters examines the "magic" of command. An ACG exclusive!
- Bonus Article: Bunker Hill to Baghdad. Barnet Schecter looks at military service in America
- Extra Feature: Men of Bronze. The combat valor of African-Americans makes history on WWI battlefields
- 10 Questions for Rocky Bleier, Vietnam vet turned NFL star player. An ACG exclusive!
- Interactive command articles in which YOU make the decisions! Rommel at Arras, 1940; Soviets in Afghanistan, 1981; Napoleon’s "Eyes and Ears," 1813.
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How can I get an online copy of the article on George Rogers Clark from the March 2011 article?
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