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Armchair General January 2015 – 70th Anniversary Battle of the Bulge!

Armchair General January 2015 – 70th Anniversary Battle of the Bulge!

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  • BATTLE STUDIES War of 1812: Chippawa and Lundy’s Lane. Two hundred years ago, the U.S. Army proved its mettle against British regulars, establishing its reputation as a well-trained and disciplined professional force. By Chuck Lyons.
  • SPECIAL FEATURE 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge. After seven decades, it’s time to set the record straight on the myths and realities of the U.S. Army’s greatest battle. By Jerry D. Morelock.
  • BATTLEFIELD LEADER General Ngo Quang Truong, Widely respected as The Republic of Vietnam’s finest commander, Truong was a warrior who always did his duty. By James H. Willbanks.
  • BATTLEFIELD DETECTIVE The Case of the Men Who Died With Custer. Examining the bones of the Little Bighorn dead reveals the hard lives and sudden, violent deaths endured by these frontier army soldiers. By Douglas D. Scott.
  • CRISIS WATCH Insights on today’s events by strategist Ralph Peters.
  • MAILBAG Letters to Armchair General®
  • INTERACTIVE FEATURES:
    • COMBAT! German Assault Gun vs. Soviet Tanks, 1944. Can YOU Choose the correct plan for YOUR German force to survive a Red Army tank attack? By John Antal.
    • YOU COMMAND Marines at Pusan Perimeter, Korea, 1950. As U.S. Marine Corps Captain Ike Fenton, YOU must lead an attack to stop a North Korean breakthrough. By Andrew H. Hershey.
    • YOU COMMAND SOLUTION Historical outcome and winning Reader Solutions to Combat Decision Game #64, Battle of Cholm Pocket, 1942.
    • WHAT NEXT, GENERAL? Lucas at Anzio, 1944. As Major General John P. Lucas, YOU must lead U.S. VI Corps to seize a vital beachhead and shorten the war in Italy. By Richard N. Armstrong.

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COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE OF ARMCHAIR GENERAL

  • BATTLEFIELD LEADER Gray Ghost: John S. Mosby. The Civil War’s famed Confederate partisan.
  • BATTLE STUDIES Romania’s Stalingrad Nightmare, 1942-43. Hitler’s East Front ally was caught in horrific combat.
  • SPECIAL FEATURE The War Within Islam. What you must know about the schism fueling today’s terrorists.
  • BONUS ARTICLE The Latvian Legion. Caught between Stalin and Hitler, some Latvians sided with the Nazis.
  • 10 QUESTIONS Mary Eisenhower. An interview with the granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • PLUS interactive features: U.S. Marines in World War I, 1918; British paratroopers in the Falklands War, 1982; HMS Prince of Wales and Repulse, 1941

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