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World at War, Issue #50 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #50 - Magazine


 
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Zhukov’s War -
From Stalingrad to Kursk on the Eastern Front
: The period between the battles of Stalingrad in late 1942 and Kursk in the summer of
1943 was a turning point in the war on the Eastern Front. Leading the Soviet charge was a master practitioner of the operational art, Georgy Zhukov.

Other Articles:
  • Zeros versus American Heavy Bombers: Breathtaking maneuverability made the Mitsubishi A6M “Zero” in the Pacific Theater a formidable foe through early 1942. While it was a premier fighter early in the war, the aircraft’s flaws would doom it against improved American fighters and bombers as the US swept across the Pacific.
  • The Slovak Uprising - August-October 1944: Three weeks after the famous insurrection of Warsaw in August 1944, another less well-known uprising took place in Slovakia. In an attempt to overthrow the puppet regime of Jozef Tiso, the Slovak rebels would face a counteroffensive by the German army.
  • Gray Wolves and the Ides of March: By 1943 the tide had begun to turn on the Third Reich. Desperate to counter their losses, the Nazi’s would strike back in a theater where they were not known for supremacy—the sea. Over a four-day period in March 1943, German U-boats would sink over 140,000 tons of supplies and ships in the North Atlantic.

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