Osprey Military Journal Issue 3/6

Osprey Military Journal Issue 3/6

The International Review of Military History

  • Publication Date: 25 Nov 2001
  • ISBN: 9781841764252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 64
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In this issue of the Journal William Shepherd takes us on a tour of New Orleans' most famous museums, the D-Day Museum and the Museum of the Confederacy. Stephen Turnbull assesses the various methods used by Samurai commanders to direct and control their troops on the battlefield. Between 1942 and 1944 The Royal Navy and the RAF undertook a little-known strategic bombing campaign against occupied Europe and the German heartlands, Charles Stephenson examines this obscure offensive effort. Ronald Pawly examines how Napoleon developed the port of Antwerp as his pre-eminent naval base against the English fleet and Angus Konstam looks at some of the most innovative vessels of the American Civil War, the Confederate Ironclads.

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