World War II
magazine ∣ Oct 01 2020 · World War II
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World War II magazine covers every aspect of history's greatest modern conflict with vivid, revealing, and evocative writing from top historians and journalists. Each issue provides a lively mix of stories about soldiers, leaders, tactics, weapons, and little-known incidents of the war, including riveting firsthand battle accounts and reviews of books, movies, and video games. And the most authoritative magazine on the war features a striking design that highlights rare, archival photographs and detailed battle maps to convey the drama and excitement of the most famous battles and campaigns.
World War II • VOL. 35, NO. 3 OCTOBER 2020
FROM THE EDITOR
FORMER U-BOAT PEN NOW HARBORS ART
ENIGMA MACHINE HEADS TO POLISH MUSEUM
MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED
CALL TO HONOR FRENCH AFRICAN FIGHTERS
MUSEUM ARTIFACTS TO RELOCATE
AVIATION MUSEUM EXPANDS
SURVEY PROJECT COMPLETED
SENSE OF PLACE
WHEN YOU GO
‘TEN LITTLE TANKS SPITTING DEATH’ • America’s first armored victory came at a time when loss was the norm
BEN SALOMON’S BATTLE • It was a fight of unspeakable horror—one the young officer seemed to have trained for his whole life
Long Time Coming
THE PRIVILEGE OF PLAYING A PART • From dates on the town to final invasion training, a coastguardsman’s diary brings the weeks leading up to D-Day vividly to life
BEARING WITNESS • For a pair of Japanese artists, Hiroshima’s levelling was their greatest tragedy—and inspiration
WORRY ABOARD OLE WORRYBIRD • A B-17 gunner recalls the day his first mission became his last
FINAL ACT IN THE PACIFIC THEATER
FIRST TO FIGHT
THE PRICE OF PEACE • A bevy of new titles marks the 75th anniversary of the victory against Japan
TODAY IN HISTORY • JULY 17, 1918
STARRING ROLE • We altered this photo of General George S. Patton preparing to review troops from the air to create one inaccuracy. What is it?