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Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #6 - D-Day: 6 June 1944
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #6 - D-Day: 6 June 1944
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D-Day: 6 June 1944: The 1944 invasion of Normandy is unique in military history, being the only invasion intended to put an army ashore for the purpose of conquering a continent. That story is told here in great detail, beginning with the plans and forces deployed by each side for a clash both knew was coming.

Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #5 - French Foreign Legion
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #5 - French Foreign Legion
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French Foreign Legion: A historical analysis of the French Foreign Legion. This issue will look at the founding of the Foreign Legion and their participation and evolution in conflicts through the 19th century to the present. This issue includes a map poster.

Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #3 - Stalingrad
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Stalingrad - Turning point in the East: This issue provides an in-depth historical analysis of one of history’s greatest battles. It analyzes every facet of the 1942 German offensive in Russia, including the Soviet counteroffensive that marked the war’s overall turning point. The nine chapters each include several original maps, detailed orders of battle, and numerous photographs.

Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #2 - America in World War I
Strategy & Tactics Quarterly #2 - America in World War I
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America in World War I: In April 1917, the United States entered World War I and the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) proved decisive in the ensuing Allied victory on the Western Front. Yet, a mere 10 years prior the US military was woefully unprepared for war.

Barbarossa: Germany's Assault on the Soviet Union, 1941-1942
Barbarossa: Germany's Assault on the Soviet Union, 1941-1942
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The 1941 German invasion of the USSR ignited a firestorm that engulfed some 26 million Soviet and 9 million German lives, making it the decisive European theater of World War II. Arguments as to whether the Germans had a realistic chance to win their war in the east continue among historians to this day.