History of War Issue 51

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´╗┐Published 25th January

This year marks 75 years since Field Marshal Paulus surrendered the Sixth Army, a moment regarded as the most important turning point in the war against Nazi Germany, and the final act of a deadly campaign that left over a million casualties. In issue 51, discover how the Red Army turned a stalwart defence into a crushing offensive victory in the ruins of Stalingrad.

Elsewhere, you will find the second part of our interview with veteran Dr Robert Callow, who discusses his jungle missions attacking Japanese convoys. Also in the latest issue: a blow-by-blow account of the gruelling Siege of Khe Sanh; the forgotten Serbian Campaign of 1914; and your chance to win a limited edition SAS Roll of Honour.