- Wartime magazine issue 59
Wartime magazine issue 59
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Wartime Magazine (Winter 2012) - 1942: The world at war
- Coral Sea, Midway and After by Jonathan Parshall. How Japanese planning created crucial errors.
- Australia’s Thermopylae? by Peter Williams. Were the Australians on the Kokoda Trail really outnumbered?
- General Clowes of Milne Bay by Karl James. Milne Bay was Japan’s first land defeat of the war, but its victor won few laurels.
- Lying Doggo and Waiting by Shane Casey. Australians struggled against Japanese tanks at Milne Bay.
- Disaster at Savo Island by Richard Pelvin. The Japanese surprised the Allied fleet after the landings at Guadalcanal.
- Teamwork at Alamein by Mark Johnston. Australians joined Dominion forces to win a desert victory.
- Stalingrad Seventy Years On by Richard Overy. Immense sacrifice achieved a turning point in the war.
- Australian Yanks by Lenore Heath. Men of all ages found a place to serve with the American small ships section.
- Making Arms for the Nation by Justin Hewitt. An essential home front industry should not be forgotten.
- Making Their Mark Again by Marcus Fielding. After the First World War, Australian soldiers showed their sporting prowess.
- The Soldiers' Photographer by Emma Campbell. Denis Gibbons and the Vietnam War.
- Plus regular features including book reviews.
Details: Magazine, published 2012.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 72 pages.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm (h) x 20.2 cm (w) 0.5 cm (d) / 210 grams.