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‘Buzz Bomb’ Memorial
Medals of Honor to Four Vietnam Veterans
Interview Figures of War
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Valor Three Cheers!
What We Learned From… The Mallian Campaign, 326–325 BC
TODAY IN HISTORY JANUARY 30, 1835
Hardware Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL • South America’s largest nation played an integral, if underappreciated, combat role in Italy in World War II
Brazil’s Role in World War II
ARMOR VS. GRUNTS • Recent decades have witnessed an escalating technological duel between tanks and the heretofore hapless foot soldier
KILL DE GAULLE! • In 1962 a team of would-be assassins, including disaffected veterans of the Algerian War, waited by a roadside in suburban Paris for a convoy carrying the French president
THE TRAIN WRECKERS • Answering the call for amphibious raiders during the Korean War, the Royal Marines of 41 Commando wreaked havoc on the enemy
TURNING THE TIDE IN HUDSON BAY • In the fall of 1697 a minor action in the subarctic reaches of North America shifted the balance of colonial power in the New World—for a time
THE MASTER OF ASIA MINOR • When strategists praise the military prowess of Roman general Lucius Licinius Lucullus, most students of ancient history wonder, Who?
Hallowed Ground Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes, Germany
Down the Hatch • Wearing a regulation armor crewman’s boilersuit, Diana, Princess of Wales, lowers herself through the driver’s hatch of a British army FV101 Scorpion reconnaissance vehicle during a visit to the Royal Hampshire Regiment (of which she was honorary colonel in chief) at Tidworth Camp in Wiltshire, England, in June 1988.