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Volume I: September 1942 - August 1943
Vol. I, No. 1: September 1942

86 pages
GERMANY: Armored Forces (The 88-mm Gun, Tanks in the Spotlight,
Mechanized Warfare) / Air Forces (Focke-Wulf—FW190, Parachutists) / Booby
Traps / Land Mines / Training Methods / Night Driving Equipment / Instructions
in Case of Capture / 'Secret' Weapon Again?
JAPAN: Ground Forces (Introduction, Tactics, Equipment) / Air Forces / Food
only $ 17 US
Vol. I, No. 2: October 1942

97 pages
GERMANY: The Infantry Division / Engineers / Dive-Bombing / Developments
in Desert Warfare / Balanced Antitank Protection / Miscellaneous (Use of Dogs,
Speed of Vehicles, German-Italian Relations)
JAPAN: Characteristics of the Japanese / Ground Forces / Parachute Forces /
New Gas Mask
UNITED NATIONS: Camouflage / Night Combat by Russian Cavalry / "Do's"
and "Don'ts" for British Armored Units / How the British Say It / Who They Are
only $ 20 US
Vol. I, No. 3: November 1942

91 pages
GERMANY: The Individual Soldier / Reconnaissance Units / Defense Against
Aircraft / Fifth Column / German Sub-Stratosphere Planes
JAPAN: The Burma Campaign / The Solomon Islands Campaign / Jungle
Warfare / Night Operations / Miscellaneous
ITALY: Weapons Most Frequently Used / Radio Transmission
UNITED NATIONS: Camouflage / Russian Use of the Antitank Rifle
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Vol. I, No. 4: December 1942

96 pages
JAPAN: Fighting in the Solomon Islands / Obstacles / Report by British
Prisoners / Tankette (Light Tank)
GERMANY: Hints for Soldiers in Libya / Notes from the North African Theater /
Operating the Mark IV Tank / The Junkers (Ju) 88 / Prisoners of War /
Miscellaneous (Use of Tanks, Treatment for Blister Gas)
ITALY: The Individual Soldier / Flame Throwers
UNITED NATIONS: Maintaining Direction / Small Arms Anti-aircraft Fire / Dust
Vol. I, No. 5: January 1943

92 pages
GERMANY: Infantry Tactics / Minefields in Desert Terrain / Use of Smoke /
50-mm Light Mortar / Security in the Field
JAPAN: Jap Estimates of U.S. Land Tactics / Notes on Recent Fighting in the
Southwest Pacific / The Individual Soldier / Service Rifle
ITALY: 81-mm Mortar / Torpedo Bomber
UNITED NATIONS: The Moroccan Soldier / British Training and Use of Dogs /
Russian Antitank Tactics / Notes on British Antitank Tactics / British Indoor War
Vol. I, No. 6: February 1943

103 pages
JAPAN: Documents Dealing with Japanese Warfare / Extracts from Diaries /
Comment by Prisoners
GERMANY: 50-mm Antitank Gun / Use of 20-mm AA / AT Gun Against Ground
Targets / Attacks on Concrete Fortifications / Armored Force Tactics in the
Middle East / Winter Flying Problems / Miscellaneous (Field Patching of
Armored Troop Carriers, Map Signs for Obstacles)
UNITED NATIONS: How to Use Your Eyes at Night / British Training Notes / Use
Trousers as Life Preserver / How New Zealand Troops Penetrate Wire
Vol. I, No. 7: March 1943

83 pages
JAPAN: Japanese Impressions of U.S. Warfare / Details of New Rifle Used by
Japanese / Japanese Warfare-From Their Documents / Communications /
Japanese Warfare as Seen by U.S. Combatants
GERMANY: Gas Warfare / Visual Signals Between Air and Ground Forces /
Infantry Fieldworks / Interrogation of British Prisoners of War / Air Forces /
Miscellaneous (Light Assault Bridge, Use of Smoke Against Tanks)
UNITED NATIONS: Notes on Security From the Middle East / British Training
For Special Duties / Miscellaneous (Steel Helmets and Head Wounds, British
Nicknames of Tanks)
Vol. I, No. 8: April 1943

81 pages
GERMANY: German Combat in Wood / Recent Developments in German
Tactics / German Air Forces / German Gun-Howitzer (Standard 105 mm) /
German Tank Maintenance and Recovery / Miscellaneous
JAPAN: Japanese Amphibious Tactics Based on Experiences at Wake / Notes
on the Japanese From Their Documents / Japanese Flame Throwers / How the
Japanese Treat Natives in S.W. Pacific / Japanese Explanation of S.W. Pacific
Reverses / Japanese Anti-aircraft Guns
Vol. I, No. 9: May 1943

87 pages
JAPAN: Japanese Warfare as Seen by U.S. Observers / Grenade Dischargers
/ Japanese Equipment / Information Obtained from Japanese Prisoners
GERMANY: Reconnaissance by Light Tank Platoons / Company Orders
(Defense) / Defense Against Ground-Attack Planes / Parachute Troops /
Panzer Grenadiers / Antitank and Tank Guns / Miscellaneous (88-mm AA/AT
Gun Dug-In, New Machine Gun, Tank Recognition, Flame-throwing Tank)
UNITED NATIONS: Some Health Rules for North Africa—Middle East / Physical
Training Notes for British AA Units
Vol. I, No. 10: June 1943

99 pages
GERMANY: Recent Trends in the Use of Mines and Booby Traps / Artillery
Tactics / New German Heavy Tank / Air Force / Miscellaneous  
JAPAN: Japanese Use of Smoke / Notes on Boats and Ships in Amphibious
Operations / Some Japanese Tactics Observed in Burma / Japanese Tactics at
Milne Bay / Notes on the Japanese—From Their Documents / Miscellaneous
UNITED NATIONS: Notes on Light AA (New Zealand) / British Army Notes on
Embarkation Security
Vol. I, No. 11: July 1943

91 pages
GERMANY: Methods of Employing Tanks with Infantry / Combat in High
Mountains, Snow, and Extreme Cold / Antitank Tactics as Seen by U.S. Combat
Personnel / 75-mm Assault Artillery / New 75-mm Antitank Gun / Tactics Used
by Pz. Kw. 4's (With Short 75-mm Gun) / Miscellaneous (Methods of
Obstructing Airdromes, Delaying Tactics Tripolitania, "Ten Commandments" for
Using Tanks)
JAPAN: Japanese Prisoners / Noncom Tells Experiences in New Guinea
Fighting / Japanese Warfare as Seen by U.S. Observers / Notes on the
Japanese - From Their Documents
UNITED NATIONS: How to Handle Wounded in Difficult Situations / Some
British Trends in Combat Firing
Vol. I, No. 12: August 1943

94 pages
GERMANY: U.S. Wounded Discuss Axis Mines and Booby Traps / Tellermines,
"S" Mines, and Notes on Their Use / Tank Hunting / Engineer Assault Tactics /
Miscellaneous (Instructions in Case of Capture, Prisoners' Ruse, Use of Roving
ITALY: B2, S.C.G. AT Mine and B4 Antipersonnel Mine / Notes on Attack  
JAPAN: American Wounded Tell About Japanese on Attu / Notes on How
Japanese Attack Pillboxes / Defense Techniques / Notes on Japanese Security
UNITED NATIONS: How British Deal With Road Craters, Obstacles / British
Junior Officer Tells Combat Experiences / Description of British Antipersonnel
Index for Vol. I, Nos. 1-12
Vol. II, No. 1: September 1943

105 pages
JAPAN: Land Mines, Grenades, and Booby Traps / New Japanese Weapons
for Infantry Squad / Type 98 AA/AT Gun / Japanese Comment on U.S.
Resistance in Philippines / Comments on Japanese by British Soldiers
GERMANY: German Rules for Use of Contamination Batteries / Some Basic
Principles of Coastal Defense / Barbed-Wire Obstacles / Types of Concrete
Antitank Obstacles / Reconnaissance Methods / Further Information about
German Tanks / Miscellaneous
UNITED NATIONS: Living in the Jungle / British Use of Tanks in Jungle Warfare
Vol. II, No. 2: October 1943

79 pages
GERMANY: New Self-Propelled Gun / Notes on Winter Use of Infantry
Weapons / Improvement of Defensive Positions / Road Discipline; Action by All
Arms vs. Planes / Street Fighting by Panzer Grenadiers / The Germans in
Combat—As Seen by the British / Miscellaneous
JAPAN: Combined Attu Reports on Japanese Warfare / Notes on the Japanese
- From Their Documents / Notes by U.S. Observers on Japanese Warfare /
Enemy Combat Notes on Use of MGs, AT Rifles / Souvenir Hunters Cause
Needless Loss of Lives
Vol. II, No. 3: November 1943

97 pages
GERMANY: German Soldier Describes Terror of Sicily Retreat / Six-Barrel
Rocket Weapon (The "Nebelwerfer 41") / Principles of Defense Against
Airborne Troops / Weaknesses of Artillery Defensive Positions / Tactical
Employment of Flak in the Field / Miscellaneous (Improvised Bangalore
Torpedoes, New Army Cap)
JAPAN: New Japanese Weapons / Notes on Japanese Landing Operations /
Antiaircraft Measures / Some Defense Techniques Used by the Japanese /
Morale, Characteristics of Japanese Soldier
UNITED NATIONS: Some Health Rules For Far East Areas / How to Protect
Your Feet ANNEX: How to Identify War Gases
Vol. II, No. 4: December 1943

95 pages
JAPAN: Defense Against Airborne Forces / Notes on Air Tactics Used by
Japanese / How Japanese Raiders Demolish Artillery / Japanese Defense
Notes / Supplementary Notes on Booby Traps and Mines / Japanese Sentries
GERMANY: German Machine Guns and Notes on Their Use / U.S. Soldiers
Discuss German MG Tactics / Use of Infantry Weapons Against Parachutists /
Use of Tanks with Infantry / Miscellaneous
UNITED NATIONS: Security First / How U.S. Artillery Terms Differ From British /
A Castaway's Diary
Vol. II, No. 5: January 1944

104 pages
GERMANY: How the German Army Uses Smoke in Combat / How Infantry
Battalions Develop for the Attack / Camouflage Against Ground Observers /
New Heavy Tank: The Pz. Kw. 5 (Panther) / British Comments on German Use
of Tanks / German Combat Tactics in Towns and Cities / German Stake Mine
JAPAN: Enemy Bayonet Technique / Small-Unit Tactics Used by Japanese at
Night / Comments by Observers on Fighting in Burma / "Three Jeers for the
Souvenir Sap"
UNITED NATIONS: The Infantry Lieutenant and His Platoon / Notes on
Patrolling in Jungles of Burma
Vol. II, No. 6: February 1944

99 pages
JAPAN: Notes on Japanese Jungle Defense (Introduction, Tactics, Positions,
GERMANY: Von Arnim Discusses Junior Leadership / Camouflage in Sicily /
Concentrating the Fire of 81-mm Mortars / Close-Quarter Fighting and
Withdrawal / Notes on German Antitank Tactics / Training in a Parachute
Machine-Gun Battalion
Vol. II, No. 7: March 1944

78 pages
JAPAN: Defense of Betio Island / How Japanese Defended Hilly Jungle Country
/ Molotov Cocktail Employing a Fuze / Intelligence Notes / Camouflage Notes
GERMANY: Military Leadership, as the Germans See It / A Prepared
Defensive Position in Italy / A German Company in the Defense / Some Notes
on German Mountain Warfare / German Close-Order Drill / More German
Vol. II, No. 8: April 1944

88 pages
GERMANY: Recent Tactics and Ruses in Mountainous Terrain / Camouflage
Against Air Observers / German Prisoners Discuss the Pz. Kw. 6 / Portable
Flame Throwers / Notes on German Vehicle Markings / Training Principles of
the German Army
JAPAN: Japanese Jungle Warfare / Notes on Developments in Japanese
Defense / Two Booby Traps Devised by the Japanese / Japanese
Characteristics and Reaction in Battle / Japanese Plan to Counter Superior
Fire Power / Some Japanese Methods of Overcoming Obstacles /
Vol. II, No. 9: May 1944

99 pages
JAPAN: Japanese Positions in the Defense / Japanese Defensive Tactics / How
a Fiji Patrol Got 47 Japs Without Loss / Supplementary Notes on Enemy Booby
Traps / Japanese Night Attacks / How the Japanese Mark Trails for Night Use /
Supplementary Notes on Japanese Camouflage / Some Japanese Ruses /
Japanese Explanation of 'Duty' and 'Spirit' / Japanese Army Rations
GERMANY: German Field Defenses Observed in Italy / Commanders,
Observers Discuss Enemy Tactics / German Mine Warfare and Booby Traps
(Italy) / German Soldier Tells of the Battle for Agira / Organization of German
Tank-Hunting Detachments / German Efforts to Break United Nations Security /
German Views on Use of the MG 42 / German Trip-Wire Alarm / Stick Grenade,
Model 24, As a Defensive Weapon
Vol. II, No. 10: June 1944

95 pages
GERMANY: U.S. Soldiers Describe Enemy Methods in Italy / Ground Tactics of
German Paratroops / How Paratroops Clear Fields for Gliders / New German
Rifle for Paratroopers / Rations as a Factor in Paratroop Efficiency / A
German's Reaction to a British Night Attack / German Tank Platoons Operating
as Points / New German Emphasis on Salvaging Matériel / Some Notes on
German Intelligence Methods /
German Multipurpose Carbide Lantern
JAPAN: Japanese Tank Tactics / Japanese Antiaircraft and Coastal Defenses /
Two AA/AT Positions / How a Combat Patrol Captured Two Japanese /
Japanese Intelligence and Security Measures / Improvised Land Mine Used by
Japanese / Japanese Hints for the Individual Soldier / Morale, Characteristics of
Japanese Soldiers
UNITED NATIONS: Souvenir Hunting is Still a Problem / Security Notes
Vol. II, No. 11: July 1944

104 pages
GERMANY: How the Enemy Defended the Town of Ortona / A German
Defense Area on the Anzio Front / Flame-Throwing Pz. Kw. 3 / More Notes on
Mines and Booby Traps / Booby-Trap Igniters / Combat Smoke Screens
Recently Used in Italy / Warning Markers for Contaminated Areas / German
Mobile Steel Pillbox / Ruses for Concealing Artillery Positions /
Remote-Controlled Demolition Vehicles
JAPAN: Japanese Plan to Counter Hostile Landing Operations / Notes on
Defensive Positions / Japanese Firing Device for Booby Traps or Mines / Some
Data on Enemy Mines and Obstacles / Small-Unit Tactics Used by Japanese /
Japanese Warfare in Burma
UNITED NATIONS: Facts About Blast and Shock Waves in Water / Notes on
Camouflage and Concealment / G.I. Questions and Answers about Malaria
Vol. II, No. 12: August 1944

101 pages
JAPAN: Reconnaissance Methods / Problems of Defending the Admiralty
Islands / Two Bridge Demolitions in Burma / Japanese March Plan for a Night
Withdrawal / Ruses on Kwajalein / Prefabricated Booby Trap / New
Wire-Cutting Technique
GERMANY: Tactics of Individual German Arms in Italy / Some Fortifications
Observed in Italy / Smoke-Shell Tactics Used by German Tanks / Defense
Measures for the Anzio Perimeter / Antivehicle Wooden-Box Mines / Rifle
Grenades and Grenade Launchers
UNITED NATIONS: The British Discuss Combat in Towns
Index for Vol. II, Nos. 1-12
Vol. III, No. 1: September 1944

98 pages
JAPAN: Defense Plans for Eniwetok Atoll / U.S. Enlisted Men Discuss the
Japanese Soldier / Use of Antitank Mines in the Arakan / A Gun That Sat on a
Burma Bottleneck / Sniper Training / Japanese Landing Craft Most Frequently
Encountered / New Japanese Uniforms / In Brief
GERMANY: Two Antipersonnel Mines / German Auxiliary Troops / In Brief
Vol. III, No. 2: October 1944

GERMANY: U.S. Enlisted Men Discuss Enemy Tactics in France / German
Patrol Methods in Italy / German Forward Positions in Defense / Tank Talk /
Recent Use of Mines in France and Italy
JAPAN: A General Review of Japanese Weapons / Defenses of Cape Torokina
/ Captured Japanese Rations May be Eaten
UNITED NATIONS: Patrolling in the Arakan / Bamboo Spike Jungle Traps
Vol. III, No. 3: November 1944

104 pages
JAPAN: Ambush Works Both Ways / How We Fight — Mixed Jap Opinions /
How the Japs Concealed Barge-Unloading Points / In the Admiralties — Fanatic
Jap Rushes Withered by Steady U.S. Defense / Japanese Cave Defenses on
Biak Island / "Home-Made" Offshore Obstacles / Diversionary Units / In Brief
GERMANY: German Antitank Weapons / Fougasse Flame Throwers / Tactics
of Personnel Carriers Mounting Flame Throwers / Withdrawal Tactics in Italy /
In Brief
Vol. III, No. 4: December 1944

85 pages
JAPAN: New Pottery Land Mine Introduced on Leyte Island / Japanese
Minefield Tactics in the Southwest Pacific / They Learned by Experience /
Japanese Officers Hold a Critique / More Notes on Field Fortifications / Model
100 Grenade Launcher Produced in Two Types / In Brief
GERMANY: What Jerry Thinks of Us—and Himself / G.I. Comments on German
Use of Fire Power / The S-Mine 44 and Its Igniter / A Tank-Infantry Team
Observed in Combat / German Light Amphibious Car / German Assault Artillery
/ In Brief
Vol. III, No. 5: January 1945

93 pages
JAPAN: The Japanese G.I. / Tank Hunters / Japanese Combat Tactics / The
Imperial Rescript / Explosive Bullets / 50-mm Smoke Grenade / Beach Mines
GERMANY: Pillbox Warfare in the Siegfried Line / A Battalion Commander
Looks Us Over / The New 88 and Its Carriages / Notes on Tiger Tanks in the
Battle for Florence / How the Germans Fight in Wooded and Broken Terrain /
Deception, German-Style
UNITED NATIONS: Patrolling on Guam / How to Help the Enemy
Vol. III, No. 6: February 1945

100 pages
GERMANY: Fortress Battalions and How They Are Used / More Notes on
Antitank Tactics / Discovered in Combat / Rounding Up the Booby Traps / The
German Volkssturm / In Brief
JAPAN: Japanese Diversionary Tactics / The 150-mm Mortar / Enemy Mines
on Leyte / Remote-Control Mines in Antitank Warfare / Portable Flame
Throwers / New Japanese Army Insignia
UNITED NATIONS: British Raid in Burma / Ordnance Intelligence Teams
Uncover Technical Secrets
Index to Volume III, Nos. 1-6
Vol. III, No. 7: March 1945

88 pages
GERMANY: Germany's Rocket and Recoilless Weapons / PW Interrogation:
The Germans Mean Business / Mines in the Spotlight / How to Throw the
Panzerwurfmine / In Brief
JAPAN: Leyte Veterans Talk About Japs / Mines and Booby Traps on the
Burma Road / New Weapons For Jap Tank Hunters / New Weapons Captured
at Ormoc / Is He Jap or Chinese?
Vol. III, No. 8: April 1945

84 pages
JAPAN: Breakneck Ridge—A Lesson in Jap Defensive Tactics / A Short History
of Japanese Military Rifles / A Jap Report on U.S. Tactics / Japanese
Development of Rocket Weapons / More Notes on Booby Traps and Firing
GERMANY: Recent Minefield Doctrine / The Eismine and Other Mine
Developments / Patrolling from Static Positions / Discovered in Combat—II /
What the Germans Learned at Warsaw / In Brief
Vol. III, No. 9: May 1945

88 pages
JAPAN: Japanese Withdrawal Tactics in Central Burma / Iwo Jima / The
Bamban Hills—A Prepared Defense of Rough Terrain / TNT—A Preliminary
Report on Jap Demolitions in Manila / Shoot 'Em Back / In Brief
GERMANY: "The Heavy Mobile Punch" / Allied Combat Efficiency as the
Germans See It / Remote-Controlled Machine Gun for Assault Guns and Tank
Destroyers / Discovered in Combat—III / Note on the Schumine / New Trip
Devices for Local Defense / The Panzerhandmine 3—A Magnetic Hollow
Vol. III, No. 10: June 1945

74 pages
JAPAN: Jap Defense of a Town—Tanks Join the Banzai Charge / "The Officers
are Getting Knocked Off" / Japanese Field Artillery Methods / Minefield
Patterns in the Defense of Iwo Jima / Kempei—The Japanese Military Police /
Close Combat with Tanks / The New Juki / In Brief
GERMANY: "Why We Lost"—A Post Mortem of a German Commander /
Tactics of a German Patrol / Concrete Stick Hand Grenade / In Brief
UNITED NATIONS: Soviet Infiltration Units in Mountain Warfare
Vol. III, No. 11: July 1945

74 pages
The "Human" AT Mine / Combat Methods of Small Raiding Parties / Combat
Lessons from Okinawa / Tombstone Hill / The Most Effective Jap Tank / How to
Fight Americans—A Jap Commander's Pep Talk / Jap Weather / Japs' Booby-
Ammunition Dumps / Iwo Jima Was Ready—Japanese Plans for Defense / Lost
in the Burma Jungle / A Jap Platoon Raid on a Battery Position / Smoke in the
Attack / Japanese Counterlandings / New Notes on 8-mm Submachine Guns
Vol. III, No. 12: August 1945

118 pages
Latest Tactical Ideas / Jap Defenses in Batangas / Artillery on Okinawa / Jap
Commando Units / Jap Walkie-Talkie / City and Town Defense / Okinawa and
Iwo Defenders Well Fed and Equipped / The Jap Holes In / Jap Air Tactics at
Okinawa / Jap Weather for September / Tank Warfare on Luzon / Armored
Communications / Jap Railway Procedures / New Japanese Vehicles / Burma
Pillboxes / Demolitions and Obstacles / Technical Notes / Small Island Minefields
Index to Volume III, Nos.7-12
September 1945

Souvenirs / Morale and Security / Tactics / Jap Weather for October / Mines
and Grenades / Armour (U.S. Forces Encounter Old Jap Tankette; Jap Flame
Tank) / Weapons / Miscellaneous
March 1946

104 pages
Preparedness in the Atomic Age / The "Little Man"
— Jap Undercover Intelligence in Japan / Red Army
Officers' Corps / Von Rundstedt Explains—Reasons
for Germany's
Defeat / Operation Easter Egg—German Plan for
Sabotage Depots / Japanese Intelligence Methods—
Part I: The Intelligence Organization of Japan /
German Horse Cavalry and Transport / The Plan
That Failed—Japan's Ground Strategy from Pearl
Harbor to Defeat / The German Mouse: Super-
Super-Super-Heavy Tank Became Hitler's White
Elephant / Japanese Military Medicine / What Do
You Know About Foreign Weapons? / Red Army
April 1946

92 pages
Guided Missiles—The Weapon of the Future /
Compulsory Military Training in the U.S.S.R. /
Defense by Flame / German Combustible Cartridge
Cases / Credit—Where It's Due / Black Dragon /
German Induction Mine Detonator / Hasty
Minefields—Russian Style / AMT VI D 4—A Story of
Nazi Espionage / Incendiary Rifle Grenade / Oberlt.
Oster Reports / Japanese Intelligence Methods—
Part 2: Undercover Intelligence
May 1946

65 pages
"BW"—An Analysis of Biological Warfare as a
Weapon / "On the Way!"—The Employment of
Mortars in the Red Army / Noise That Kills / Under
the Star and Crescent—The Turkish Army / The
Electric Gun—German Experiment with
Electrically Launched Projectile / Cavalry in Mass—
Soviet Doctrine for the Employment of Horse-
Mounted Troops / The Jap Army Goes to Sea /
"Geronimo!" and the Red Army / Going to Japan?
— What the Japanese Think of Us / Tokarev M1940
— Fluted Chamber Aids Cartridge Extraction
June 1946

73 pages
Moroccan Goums / Soviet Tanks in City Fighting /
Sweden Turns to Jets / The Red Army Infantryman /
Alamo Scouts / The German "Kamikazes" / Soviet
Hand Grenades / Name, Rank, Serial Number—
Plus! / Punishment by Example


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