Posted on Aug 3, 2010 in Books and Movies
A review of the book Iron Arm; The Mechanization of Mussolini’s Army, 1920–1940, praises its in-depth look at a usually ignored topic, the development of Italian mechanized units and doctrine in the years between the World Wars.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009 in Books and Movies
Loon is an emotional tale of Jack McLean’s life and tour with the Marine Corps during Vietnam, which culminated in an intense battle at LZ Loon. An ArmchairGeneral.com review.
Posted on Aug 3, 2009 in Books and Movies
How Rome Fell by Adrian Goldsworthy addresses in glowing detail one of the most vexing questions in history. Were barbarians responsible for Rome’s demise? Civil wars? Or was it something else? An ArmchairGeneral.com book review.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008 in Books and Movies
A review of Lawrence Wells’ historical novel Rommel’s Peace. As its basis, the novel presumes German field marshal Erwin Rommel clandestinely sought a cease-fire with the Western Allies prior to D-Day.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features
Lead a squad of Canadian soldiers as they attempt to capture a German trench during the Battle of Vimy Ridge!
Posted on May 22, 2007 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features
YOU command a war-weary German Kampfgruppe as you battle the Russians in the forbidding terrain of East Prussia.
Posted on May 19, 2007 in Front Page Features, War College
The Battle of Kasserine Pass, though depicted as a serious debacle for the Americans, can actually be looked at as an American victory, although Pyrrhic in nature.