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World at War, Issue #86 - Magazine
World at War, Issue #86 - Magazine


 
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The Chaco War, 1932-1935. Paraguay and Bolivia claimed sovereignty over the Chaco, a desolate territory stretching from the Andes to the Paraguay River. For landlocked Bolivia, control of it was not just a matter of national pride. The Chaco gave access to the Paraguay River, which provides a route to the Atlantic. The largest war fought in South America in the 20th century was the result.
Other articles:
  • Between A Rock & A Hard Place: Finland in World War II, Part I In the 1930s the Finns faced strategic dilemmas that ultimately led them to fight three wars between 1939 and 1945: the Winter War, the Continuation War and the Lapland War. This is our analysis.
  • The Guadalcanal Naval Campaign From August 1942 to February 1943, while US ground forces battled the Japanese on Guadalcanal, the US and Japanese Navies fought six major actions on the seas around it. Those naval engagements determined the outcome of the overall campaign as much as the fighting on the island itself.
  • The Second Battle of the Alps, March–May 1945 On 1 March 1945, the French activated the Alpine Corps and detached it from their First Army in northeast France. The new unit’s mission was to reclaim French control of the passes leading through the Maritime Alps into northwest Italy. The result was a small and short-lived, but brutal, campaign fought in those high places.

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