War Games

July 2011
Military History;Jul2011, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p79
Quizzes related to military history are presented including the battles of Genghis Khan, the military hardware used at the Yom Kippur War at the Chinese Farm in Egypt between Israel and Egypt and on unmanned military vehicles.


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