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World War II History - Magazine Index 2002-2012

16 articles found with author = 'Major General Michael Reynolds'

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Cover image - Click to view the table of contents of this issue May 2011

Vol. 10
Issue 4
Page 32
  Blue and Gray at Omaha Beach
The U.S 29th Infantry Division fought its way ashore in Normandy on the bloodiest of D-Day beaches.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 9
Issue 5
Page 46
  The Twilight of the Gods
The elite Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler and Hitlerjugend capitulated during the waning days of World War II.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 8
Issue 7
Page 70
  The Last Casualty
SS Lieutenant Colonel Jochen Peiper never escaped the shadow of his wartime service to Nazi Germany.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 8
Issue 5
Page 46
  Patton's End Run
The final days of the war in Europe showed both the brilliance and the vain glory of the American general.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 8
Issue 3
Page 26
  Red Army Victory at Vienna
In spite of a tenacious defense, the Soviets overwhelmed the Germans in the Austrian capital.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 7
Issue 4
Page 40
  Hitler's Elite Bodyguard at Mortain
The SS Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler, a shadow of its former strength, was further shattered in a failed counterattack against U.S. positions in Normandy.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 7
Issue 3
Page 50
  The Poles in the West
Free Polish soldiers fought bravely in Normandy during the close of the Falaise Pocket.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 6
Issue 6
Page 54
  The Final Days of General George S. Patton, Jr.
Following his successful campaign in Western Europe, the flamboyant commander had difficulty adjusting to peacetime and was fatally injured in an automobile accident.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 6
Issue 2
Page 36
  SS Elite Battle for Bastogne
The 1st Panzer Division Leibstandarte, Hitler's bodyguard, fought for the key Belgian crossroads town in the waning days of the Battle of the Bulge.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 5
Issue 3
Page 48
  The Race to Messina
The rivalry between British General Bernard Montgomery and American General George Patton became heated during Operation Husky, the campaign to liberate Sicily.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 5
Issue 2
Page 58
  Battle of the Gran Bridgehead
On the Hungarian front in February 1945, elite SS units of the German armed forces spearheaded an operation that recaptured a vast amount of territory and inflicted heavy losses on the Soviet Red Army.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 4
Issue 6
Page 42
  Malmedy and the Bulge
The Belgian village near the site of an infamous massacre was successfully defended against German attacks durinng the great battle.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 4
Issue 4
Page 56
  Escape From Normandy
The 1st SS Panzer Division fought for its life to escape the closing Falaise Pocket during the weeks after D-day.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 3
Issue 5
Page 34
  The Americans in Market Garden
Troopers of the U.S. 101st and 82nd Airborne Divisions fought with distinction during the air-ground assault in the autumn of 1944.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 3
Issue 3
Page 42
  Monty's Armored Corridor
Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery's brainchild, Operation Goodwood, failed to achieve a breakthrough in the weeks following D-day and nearly cost the legendary commander his job.
Major General Michael Reynolds
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Vol. 3
Issue 1
Page 32
  Escape From the Cauldron
SS Lieutenant Colonel Jochen Peiper led his surrounded and depleted Kampfgruppe back to German lines during the Battle of the Bulge.
Major General Michael Reynolds