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December competition winners

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In the December issue, with Stalingrad as the cover theme, you had the chance to win one copy of Confronting Case Blue, two copies of Britain's Civilian Armies in the Second World War and two copies of The Luftwaffe in Colour: From Glory to Defeat 1942-45.

All you had to do was answer the question: Stalingrad was the epic battle that turned the tide of the war on the Eastern Front, but by what name is Stalingrad known today?

The answer was, of course, Volgograd, so here are the winners:

Confronting Case Blue - Ms A Hunter

Britain's Civilian Armies in the Second World War - Mr G Penton and Mr N Given

The Luftwaffe in Colour - Mr N Deacon and Mrs C Stepton

Congratulations to the winners, the prizes will be making their way through the clogged postal system this week.

 

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