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After The Battle 
Softcover





After the Battle
The Mews,
Hobbs Cross House
Hobbs Cross
Old Harlow, Essex
CM17 0NN England

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After The Battle Magazine
If you are interested in the Second World War and want to know how the places where it was fought appear today, in what remains to be seen and the discoveries that are still being made, then a subscription to After the Battle (ATB) is a must.

After the Battle brings military history alive as our theme is to present the battlefields as they are today using then and now comparison photography. You can view or download the pdf pages of our introduction to the 'then and now' format by clicking on the first link below. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this file. Most browsers usually contain the facility to view Acrobat files. Alternatively, you can download the complete programme from http://www.adobe.com free of charge.

After the Battle has been published quarterly since 1973 and, as well as major battles, local actions are explored and other features include the recovery of aircraft and vehicles on land and sea, the making of war films and the preservation of military artifacts.

A detailed index to issues 1 to 132 is provided as a service to readers. There are 115 pages which can be viewed in pdf format, and any item can be searched instantly giving the issue and page number.

The following back issues are of particular interest to the Pacific Theater:
Issue 15 - Tarawa and Operation Galvanic by Bill Bartsch
Issue 26 - Death Railway
Issue 28 - N1K2 Shiden-kai Hido Bay by T. Murashima & Air-raid on Broome by Stan Gajda
Issue 31 - Singapore
Issue 38 - Pearl Harbor by A. P. Hyde
Issue 39 - Ki-46 Dinah recovery in Western Australia by Stan Gajda
Issue 41 - The Atomic Bomb
Issue 43 - Okinawa by Charles Leonard
Issue 46 - Battle of Hong Kong
Issue 62 - The Aleutians
Issue 78 - Peleliu by David Green
Issue 82 - Iwo Jima by Don Marshall
Issue 83 - Australian Unknown Soldier
Issue 96 - The Guns of Viti Levu & ' Black' Medals of Honor
Issue 98 - New Georgia by Ronnie Day

issue 108 - Guadalcanal by Peter Flahavin
Issue 129 - The Kavieng Raid by Rod Pearce, Don Fetterley and Parker
Issue 133 - Rabaul by Ronnie Day (with photos by Steve Saunders), Aichi D3A 'Val' Recovery by Rod Pearce
Issue 135 - The Tommy Roberts Story by Gail Parker
Issue 136 - Missing In Borneo by George Sutherland
Issue 137 - The Kokoda Trail by Phil Bradley

Review by  Justin Taylan

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May 3, 2016


 
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