Jack Coggins - Articles


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Jack wrote some articles for magazines - I have found five of these, which are reproduced these below for anyone who would like to read them. Two of the articles are from YANK magazine and are also listed on the YANK page. The other three are from the magazine Civil War Times Illustrated, and are adaptions from his book Arms and Equipment of the Civil War. I have also listed an article adapted from one of Jack's books.

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"The 700 Year History of War Rockets"

Yank Magazine British Edition, Vol.2 No.30 January 9, 1944.

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"The German Fleet - A Brief Review"

Yank Magazine British Edition, Vol.2 No.36 February 20, 1944.

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"The Engineers Played a Key Role in Both Armies"

Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol.3, No.9 January 1965.

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"New Guns and Projectile Ended the Reign of Wooden Warships"

Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol.4, No.6 October 1965.

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"CW Naval Ordnance - Part II"

Civil War Times Illustrated, Vol.4, No.7 November 1965.

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"Into Outer Space!"

Article in "Adventures Here and There", edited by Emmett Betts & Carolyn Welch.
Published by American Book Company 1963.

This 10 page article was adapted from Rockets, Jets, Guided Missiles and Space Ships (1951) by Jack Coggins & Fletcher Pratt.
There are six illustrations in the article which are unsigned; Jack is not credited with the illustrations, so they are most unlikely to be Jack's work. The first page of the article only is shown.

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All Artworks Copyright © Jack Coggins