Monthly Archives: August 2010

Stalingrad Interview – A call for questions

A busy week writing non-blog stuff and contemplating what topics to engage on the blog, when something fell into my lap. Our German hosts had a party over the weekend and introduced me to a woman whose father fought for … Continue reading

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Memorial Thoughts

It was over a nine-hour drive south to Montpelier, France to visit my brother-in-law and his wife in their new apartment.  It rained much of the way, and I kept thinking about how I could fit in a trip to … Continue reading

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Greetings.  James A. Moad II here, known by many as Jay.  Until recently, I was a Professor of War Literature at the United States Air Force Academy, and now I’m starting the blog for the Academy’s Journal, War, Literature and … Continue reading

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