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Posted on Jul 13, 2012 in Armchair Reading

September 2012 – Wizard of the Saddle

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  • Battlefield Leaders: Nathan Bedford Forrest – Wizard of the Saddle
  • Special Feature: War of the DragonsWorld War II really began in 1937 with Japan’s invasion of China
  • Battle Studies: Disaster in Hurtgen Forest, 1944
  • Great Warriors: Comanche Warriors, 1830–1870
  • Crisis Watch by Ralph PetersWe’re Allies, Not Friends. What Americans must understand about our country’s allies
  • 10 Questions for Fang Wong, national commander of the American Legion
  • Dispatchesreal heroes, destinations, special events and more

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1 Comment

  1. Great issue! I took it with me to Europe late summer and had the opportunity to visit the Battle of the Somme. My goal was to find the “tank monument” and i did! It is where tanks were first used in combat. Forrest would have counseled to wait and use tanks “en masse” or Git thar firstest with the mostest! I have a picture of the monument with me and this issue of Armchair General. I will be happy to send you the photo, but i am unable to determine how. let me know if you are interested.

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