June/July 2005

Volume 56
Issue 3

Features 

Stationed near Nagasaki at the close of the war, a young photographer ventured into the devastated city, and stayed for months

A cameraman at Yalta tells what it was like to spend a few days in claustrophobic luxury with Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt— and to be offered a job by Joseph Stalin

The final hours of the war were every bit as perilous as all the other ones for this American POW

A young GI making the journey from war to peace, and from enmity to friendship, finds amid the most tremendous change smoldering embers of an old tyranny

A final interview with the most controversial father of the atomic age, Edward Teller

Next to Winston Churchill, Gen. George Patton gave the war’s most famous speeches. But nobody knew quite what he said—until now.

June/July 2005

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