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Military History Magazines

Our collection of military history magazines from Ancient Greece and Rome, through the Middle Ages, to the US Civil War and warfare in the twentieth century.

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  1. On the Home Front: The United States in World War II

    On the Home Front: The United States in World War II

    $6.95
    In this edition of COBBLESTONE magazine, your kids will get a chance to walk in the shoes of Americans prior to and during World War II and see our history through their eyes. Learn More
  2. CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELDS

    CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELDS

    $6.95
    Soldiers, horses, bullets, stove legs, human burials - all this and more you'll find in this DIG issue. Find out why four members of the New York Irish Brigade were at Antietam. Learn how the battle plan at Monroe Crossroads is helping today's military officers chart their strategy. Join excavations at Johnson's Island to uncover little-known facts about prison life. Read about some finds at Honey Springs that are changing how historians view the who's who on the battlefield there. Stop at a depot to check its records - just who did get that last shipment of ammunition? You'll also find out what's being done to stop the looting at these historic sites! So, don't hesitate! It's sure to be a fun trip! /dig0402t Learn More
  3. SPANISH AMERICAN WAR

    SPANISH AMERICAN WAR

    $6.95
    At the turn of the 20th century, the United States went from a small nation to an international power. The Spanish-American War in 1898 was largely responsible for the new image. In this issue, we touch upon the new steel Navy that gave the United States remarkable success in the naval battles of the war. You can meet some of the more famous naval commanders and two famous Cavalry troops - the Rough Riders and the buffalo soldiers - who played important roles in the land battles. There are articles about the role of newspapers, tropical diseases, and the Philippine Insurrection. It is an important issue in showing how the United States developed an expansionist policy toward both weaker countries and world powers. Learn More
  4. BATTLE OF VICKSBURG

    BATTLE OF VICKSBURG

    $6.95
    In this issue, we focus on the events surrounding the battle for Vicksburg, Mississippi, a crucial city in the Civil War. Articles include a description of the 47-day Union siege of the city (when residents of Vicksburg lived in caves to escape the bombardment); the true story of a woman who disguised herself as a man and fought at Vicksburg; the retelling of the life of Old Abe, an eagle mascot of a troop that fought at the battle; and more. You can learn how to play euchre and follow directions to make a delicious black-eyed pea cake. The announcement for COBBLESTONE's Person of the Year Contest appears in this issue, too! Learn More
  5. STONEWALL JACKSON

    STONEWALL JACKSON

    $6.95
    A look at the life of the Confederate general Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson and his role in the Civil War, including articles on the Shenandoah Valley Campaign and Chancellorsville, and how Jackson got his nickname. Learn More
  6. COLD WAR

    COLD WAR

    $5.95
    It was a war of words, threats, economics and politics – a “cold” war that began in 1945 and lasted into the ’90s. This issue surveys the critical years between the end of World War II and 1963 – a time of conflicts and crises that threatened to pull two superpowers into a real war. From the iron curtain to the concrete curtain, Eisenhower’s presidency to that of JFK, the Cold War and some of the major historical events surrounding it are highlighted here. cob9105t Learn More
  7. BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

    BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

    $5.95
    Visit the famous Pennsylvania battlefield and read about the historic events that took place there just before, during, and after the famous battle. The Gettysburg address and a Gettysburg crossword round out the issue.cob8807t Learn More
  8. WAR OF 1812

    WAR OF 1812

    $5.95
    This informative issue is devoted to the history of the War of 1812 and the men who became legendary, national heroes as a result of it. An extensive time line provides a detailed chronology of events and serves as a guide to this volume.cob8801t Learn More
  9. Building the Bomb

    Building the Bomb

    $6.95
    The story of the Manhattan Project-- the effort to build an atomic bomb-- is fascinating. It involved an international community of scientists making discoveries in the new field of physics. But the invention of the atomic bomb also resulted in a frightening destructive power that instantly killed tens of thousands of people. Today,the existence of nuclear weapons is an issue that concerns and challenges governments and citizens around the world. Learn More
  10. 1862: A Year in the Civil War

    1862: A Year in the Civil War

    $6.95
    When the Civil War began in 1861, most Americans expected it to be over in a few months. By 1862, however, it was clear that the war would be long and costly. It was also clear that it would be fought on several fronts. Americans in 1862 didn't know what we know today: that the war would last more than two more years and ultimately claim at least 620,000 casualties. Learn More

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