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Military History

May 01 2022
Magazine

Military History is the nation’s oldest and most popular war magazine devoted to the history of warfare. Topics include naval history, army, infantry and foot soldiers from all branches of the military.

King Philip’s War and a Fight Neither Side Wanted • In 1675 Rhode Island colonists and Narragansett Indians kept a tenuous peace—until an invading English army dragged them all into war

Military History • MAY 2022 VOL. 39, NO. 1

Letters ‘Oops’ War

News

Korean War Dead Honored

Last Officer of the ‘Brothers’

NAPOLÉON’S SWORD, PISTOLS FETCH NEARLY $2.9 MILLION

BATTLE PLAN DEPICTS DEFENSE OF WEST POINT

WAR RECORD

CHARLES McGEE, OLDEST TUSKEGEE AIRMAN, 102

Did Hirohito Want War?

Turks Unearth Roman Mask

News

UDT-SEAL Site Now a Memorial

WWII PILOTS HONORED 73 YEARS AFTER WIN

SEAL TEAM SIX FOUNDING CMDR. DICK MARCINKO, 81

ANCHORS AWEIGH

Interview Hope in the Ranks

Valor Taking Charge on Leyte

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What We Learned From… General Fox Conner

Hardware Essex-class Aircraft Carrier

FAST AND FURIOUS • Led by such American naval icons as Nimitz, Spruance and Halsey, innovative fast carrier task groups proved decisive in the Pacific War

Carriers at War

THE TRIO WHO UNIFIED JAPAN • Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshiand Tokugawa Ieyasu worked both together and at odds to forge a nation from a feudal war zone

WAR BY REMOTE • The Industrial Age ushered in the development of weapons that didn’t require their wielders to be anywhere near the field of combat

THE OLIVE BRANCH AND THE SWORD • As Hernán Cortés made his way toward the Aztecan heart of Mexico, the conquistador ran up against a people who could make or destroy him

THE COMBAT OF THE THIRTY • In 1351 opposing hosts of medieval knights and squires met on a Breton field of honor—not to settle a war, but to test one another’s mettle

‘DIE OR CONQUER’ • Amid the early 19th century South American wars of independence a legion of hardened British veterans answered Simón Bolívar’s call for volunteers

Reviews

Hallowed Ground Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

War Games

THE M SERIES PATTON TANKS ARE NAMED FOR GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GENERALS NEVER HAD A TANK NAMED IN HIS HONOR?

Captured!


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: HistoryNet Edition: May 01 2022

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Military History is the nation’s oldest and most popular war magazine devoted to the history of warfare. Topics include naval history, army, infantry and foot soldiers from all branches of the military.

King Philip’s War and a Fight Neither Side Wanted • In 1675 Rhode Island colonists and Narragansett Indians kept a tenuous peace—until an invading English army dragged them all into war

Military History • MAY 2022 VOL. 39, NO. 1

Letters ‘Oops’ War

News

Korean War Dead Honored

Last Officer of the ‘Brothers’

NAPOLÉON’S SWORD, PISTOLS FETCH NEARLY $2.9 MILLION

BATTLE PLAN DEPICTS DEFENSE OF WEST POINT

WAR RECORD

CHARLES McGEE, OLDEST TUSKEGEE AIRMAN, 102

Did Hirohito Want War?

Turks Unearth Roman Mask

News

UDT-SEAL Site Now a Memorial

WWII PILOTS HONORED 73 YEARS AFTER WIN

SEAL TEAM SIX FOUNDING CMDR. DICK MARCINKO, 81

ANCHORS AWEIGH

Interview Hope in the Ranks

Valor Taking Charge on Leyte

Subscribe Now!

What We Learned From… General Fox Conner

Hardware Essex-class Aircraft Carrier

FAST AND FURIOUS • Led by such American naval icons as Nimitz, Spruance and Halsey, innovative fast carrier task groups proved decisive in the Pacific War

Carriers at War

THE TRIO WHO UNIFIED JAPAN • Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshiand Tokugawa Ieyasu worked both together and at odds to forge a nation from a feudal war zone

WAR BY REMOTE • The Industrial Age ushered in the development of weapons that didn’t require their wielders to be anywhere near the field of combat

THE OLIVE BRANCH AND THE SWORD • As Hernán Cortés made his way toward the Aztecan heart of Mexico, the conquistador ran up against a people who could make or destroy him

THE COMBAT OF THE THIRTY • In 1351 opposing hosts of medieval knights and squires met on a Breton field of honor—not to settle a war, but to test one another’s mettle

‘DIE OR CONQUER’ • Amid the early 19th century South American wars of independence a legion of hardened British veterans answered Simón Bolívar’s call for volunteers

Reviews

Hallowed Ground Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

War Games

THE M SERIES PATTON TANKS ARE NAMED FOR GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GENERALS NEVER HAD A TANK NAMED IN HIS HONOR?

Captured!


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