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Vol. 4, #3 "Just Jane - The Lucky Lancaster"

Vol. 4, #3 "Just Jane - The Lucky Lancaster"
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Vol. 4, #3 "Just Jane - The Lucky Lancaster"
by Osprey
Publish Date: 2002
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 8.5x10.75x.125"
Restockable: Yes
NKG part #: 2147639655
Type: Magazine


William Shepherd visits the 1st Division Museum at Cantigny, which records the history and achievements of the 'Big Red One'. In 'Art & Culture,' Ryan Lavelle looks at the Bayeux Tapestry for what it can teach us about High Medieval weapons and warfare, whilst in 'Food & Drink,' Gordon Rottman reveals the definitive guide to Japanese WWII cuisine. In 'Commander,' Jon Lake looks at the life an career of Bomber Harris in a profile of the man who wielded Bomber Commands destructive might to such devastating and controversial effect, whilst Battlefield medicine covers the wars of the Duke of Marlborough. Dr Jeffrey Fowler conducts an interview with a German cavalry veteran of the WWII era dealing with all his military experience during the period 1935-45. Mark Lardas examines the events of the ACW in the state of Oklahoma, a fascinating and little-known theatre upon whose stage pro-Union and pro-Confederate Indians fought each other in organized regiments. Angus Konstam reveals the secrets behind Pictish fortifications to coincide with the launch of the Warrior book on the subject. Charles Stephenson examines the story behind the death of Prince Louis Bonaparte, the Prince Imperial of France whilst serving with the British Forces in Zululand in 1879, and to coincide with the publication of Osprey's Combat Aircraft book on Lancaster Squadrons, Dennis Baldry looks at the story of one of the three Lancaster's remaining in airworthy condition.