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World War II Magazine Subscription problems? Visit: https://www.historynet.com/contact-historynet-and-world-history-group World War II magazine covers every aspect of history's greatest modern conflict with vivid, revealing, and evocative writing from top historians and writers.

Each issue provides a lively mix of stories about important battles, soldiers, leaders, tactics and weapons, as well as little-known incidents of the war, and riveting firsthand battle accounts. World War II also reviews books, movies, model kits, and video games—and features a Pinup in every issue. Twitter: @WWIImag

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U.S. Army Sgt. Frank Shiborski, a 50 cal. machine gunner from Detroit, Michigan, enjoying a drumstick on Nov. 22, 1944.
11/24/2022

U.S. Army Sgt. Frank Shiborski, a 50 cal. machine gunner from Detroit, Michigan, enjoying a drumstick on Nov. 22, 1944.

Audie Murphy earned the Medal of Honor and lasting fame during a fierce engagement near Colmar, France, and ended the wa...
11/23/2022
Audie Murphy: One-Man Stand at Holtzwihr

Audie Murphy earned the Medal of Honor and lasting fame during a fierce engagement near Colmar, France, and ended the war as America's most decorated soldier.

A double agent code-named 'Garbo' led Adolf Hi**er to believe that the Normandy invasion was just a diversion.
11/22/2022
Double Agent's D-Day Victory

A double agent code-named 'Garbo' led Adolf Hi**er to believe that the Normandy invasion was just a diversion.

In the flak-filled sky over a German U-boat installation in occupied France on January 23, 1943, Memphis Belle was battl...
11/21/2022
Memphis Belle: 25 Trips to Hell and Back

In the flak-filled sky over a German U-boat installation in occupied France on January 23, 1943, Memphis Belle was battling for her life.

In the flak-filled sky over a German U-boat installation in occupied France on January 23, 1943, Memphis Belle was battling for her life. The U.S. Army Air Forces Boeing B-17F,

In his own words, the Hollywood legend recounts the funny and not-so-funny sides of serving as a U.S. Army combat engine...
11/21/2022
When Mel Brooks Learned Not to 'Shortcut' the Jam

In his own words, the Hollywood legend recounts the funny and not-so-funny sides of serving as a U.S. Army combat engineer in World War II.

The legendary funnyman recounts the funny and not-so-funny sides of his U.S. Army service during World War II.

In May 1941, British forces were fighting to keep Iraq in Allied hands — a struggle that belatedly involved German and I...
11/19/2022
Air War Over Iraq: 1941

In May 1941, British forces were fighting to keep Iraq in Allied hands — a struggle that belatedly involved German and Italian aircraft as well.

In May 1941, British forces were fighting to keep Iraq in Allied hands -- a struggle that belatedly involved German and Italian aircraft as well.

Japanese pilots flying es**rt during the Pearl Harbor attack had been told that crippled aircraft should try to make eme...
11/19/2022
How the Niihau Incident May Have Influenced Japanese American Internment

Japanese pilots flying es**rt during the Pearl Harbor attack had been told that crippled aircraft should try to make emergency landings on tiny Niihau, which they thought was uninhabited. In fact, a small, very isolated community of native Hawaiians and Japanese Americans lived there — and one had spotted a desperate pilot trying to land.

Conflicted allegiances leading to a deadly confrontation on Niihau may have had far-reaching repercussions for Japanese Americans during World War II.

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U.S. Army Sgt. Frank Shiborski, a 50 cal. machine gunner from Detroit, Michigan, enjoying a drumstick on Nov. 22, 1944.
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Audie Murphy earned the Medal of Honor and lasting fame during a fierce engagement near Colmar, France, and ended the war as America's most decorated soldier.
One morning in August 1942, L-8 lifted off from Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay on a routine patrol. It would touch down hours later — empty.
A D-Day “Assault Ration Pack” believed to be the last of its kind was recently discovered in Dorset, England – featuring tea and biscuits.
The heroic American stand at the towns of Krinkelt and Rocherath slowed the German advance in the Battle of the Bulge.
Adolf Hi**er had decreed that Paris should be left a smoking ruin, but Dietrich von Choltitz thought better of his Fuhrer's order.
A double agent code-named 'Garbo' led Adolf Hi**er to believe that the Normandy invasion was just a diversion.
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