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Front cover of World War II Journal Number 1 World War II Journal will be replacing the eBook-only World War 2 in Review series. The eBook format is not the best for heavily-illustrated material, not to mention the total lack of support for tables and other features that can be handled easily in a PDF file. The PDF format allows for more and longer articles, and larger and better quality photographs and other illustrative materials, something which cannot be done in the eBook format. Number 1 is now available.

World War 2 in Review: View all editions of World War 2 In Review

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Military Archives [PDF Files]: Hundreds of PDF files of rare military manuals, documents, unit histories and other publications, many of which are out of print and rare, can be downloaded after purchase online, less than $2.00 each, and many are free. View all available Military Archives titles

eBook Editions: Many of the print titles are also available in the eBook format. The print titles available in eBook format are listed on the same page as their printed editions. Kindle versions will be available from Amazon. For all other eReaders, tablets, and computers, the ePub version is available using the links on the title's Merriam Press page.

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