Posted on Jul 14, 2011 in Armchair Reading
September 2011 – Fighting for Hitler’s Capital
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IN THIS ISSUE
- Cover Feature: Heinrici Defends Berlin, 1945. What would you have done to stop the mighty Russian Army?
- Special Feature: Napoleon’s Russian Nightmare, 1812. What were the mistakes that caused Napoleon to lead a Grand Armee into Russia and come back with that army’s skeleton?
- Feature: Battle of Singling, France, 1944. If the first report in a combat action is inaccurate, so also are succeeding ones.
- Battlefield Leader: General George Gordon Meade. America’s most underrated general?
- Battlefield Detective: The Case of Napoleon’s Lost Army. A world-renowned forensic archeologist reveals the grim fate of Napoleon’s French army at Vilnius.
- Great Warriors – Lord Nelson’s Sailors
- Crisis Watch – How digital technology brings down Mideast dictatorships
- Dispatches – real heroes, destinations, special events and more
- Must-Read/Must-See Books and DVDs
- Game Reviews
- Test your decision-making skills with interactive features involving British paratroopers on D-Day; Zeebrugge Raid, 1918; defense of Berlin, 1945
- Play It! Play the history you read; ACG‘s list of recommended wargames for all eras
- Command Decision # 46: Zeebrugge Raid, 1918
- Command Decision # 44: Soviets in Afghanistan, 1981 – Outcome and Analysis
- ONLINE EXTRA: Strategies to Defeat Sacred Causes by John Sutherland
- ONLINE EXTRA: FREE PC GAME! Download March to Baghdad, Episode 1: Decision at Tallil Air Base
COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF ARMCHAIR GENERAL
- Special Feature: Vietnam: A Veteran Returns
- Bonus Article: Changing the Skies—How Cold War U.S. strategic airpower evolved from planes to missiles
- Interview: How Coach Bill Parcell’s road to the Super Bowl began at West Point
- Battlefield Leader: Matthew Ridgway in Korea
- Interactive command articles in which YOU make the decisions! U.S. tanks in the Battle of the Bulge; attack at Nancy, France, 1944; Braxton Bragg at Chickamauga, 1863.
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I would really like to see an article in the future on the history of the symbols of rank for the American officer. For example I never understood why and who designated the star for the rank of general.