39-45 Magazine

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Key Facts

Availability: News-stand
Issues / Year: 6
ISSN: 0761-7348
Barcode: ?
First Year: 1983
Last Year: current
Publisher: Editions Heimdal
Country: France
Language: French
Main Genre: Military History
Aviation Only? No
Current Status: Current

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’39-45 Magazine’ is a magazine dedicated to the history of World War 2. In every issue it presents historical reports, files, and archives on the great battles of the Second World War, illustrated by unpublished photos. It includes testimonials, portraits, and biographies of all those who made history. It also has sections on Classified Ads and a Library for the full bibliography on the theme of the Second World War. Most issues include an article on some aspect of the air war. Each issue has 60-68 pages. [M 02758].

Publishing History

First issue on sale December 1983. Published quarterly until issue no.9 (Janvier/FĂ©vrier/Mars 1986) when it moved to bi-monthly publication, and then to monthly (11 issues per year) from no.17 (May 1987). At issue no.329 (Janvier/Fevrier 2015) the frequency was changed to bi-monthly.
The editor-in-chief is Stephan Cazenave.

Contents/Issues Produced

See the Wikipedia link below for contents listings of the earlier issues.

Digital Access

Curiously, no digital version of this magazine appears to be available.

Special Issues

Numerous Hors Serie special issues have been produced – under various titles. In July 1987 the first special series appeared as a bi-monthly under the title ’39/45 Magazine – Guerres contemporaine’ (ISSN 1167-962X), but at issue no.18 (August 1990) it was renamed ‘Historica’ (ISSN 1167-9638), and became ’39-45 Magazine Historica’ from issue no.42 (1995/4).

Further information

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39-45 Magazine
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