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No because I’m not an armchair general. — 54,559,615 dead and counting. Historical Books, Weider History Group, Armchair General Magazine (Weider History Group). Armchair General contains articles on military history, profiles of military leaders, and features that analyze the implications of decisions and look at what would be different had other courses of action been followed.
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