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  1. American Journalists in the Great War
    When war erupted in Europe in 1914, American journalists hurried across the Atlantic ready to cover it the same way they had covered so many other wars. However, very little about this war was like any other. Its scale, brutality,... Learn More
    Published: 1st March 2017
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  2. A Scientific Way of War
    While faith in the Enlightenment was waning elsewhere by 1850, at the United States Military Academy at West Point and in the minds of academy graduates serving throughout the country Enlightenment thinking persisted, asserting... Learn More
    Published: 1st August 2015
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  3. America's U-Boats
    The submarine was one of the most revolutionary weapons of World War I, inciting both terror and fascination for militaries and civilians alike. During the war, after U-boats sank the Lusitania and began daring attacks on shipping... Learn More
    Published: 1st November 2014
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  4. Fu-go
    Near the end of World War II, in an attempt to attack the United States mainland, Japan launched its fu-go campaign, deploying thousands of high-altitude hydrogen balloons armed with incendiary and high-explosive bombs designed... Learn More
    Published: 1st November 2014
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  5. Death Zones and Darling Spies
    Chosen for 2015 One Book One Nebraska In 1961, equipped with a master’s degree from famed Columbia Journalism School and letters of introduction to Associated Press bureau chiefs in Asia, twenty-six-year-old Beverly Deepe set... Learn More
    Published: 1st May 2013
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  6. American Naval History, 1607-1865
    For its first eighty-five years, the United States was only a minor naval power. Its fledgling fleet had been virtually annihilated during the War of Independence and was mostly trapped in port by the end of the War of 1812. How... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2012
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  7. Of Duty Well and Faithfully Done
    On the eve of the Civil War, the Regular Army of the United States was small, dispersed, untrained for large-scale operations, and woefully unprepared to suppress the rebellion of the secessionist states. Although the Regular... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2011
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  8. Deterrence through Strength
    The notion of a Pax Britannica—a concept implying that Britain’s overwhelming strength enforced global peace in the era that began with Napoleon’s defeat in 1815—largely ended with the British Empire itself. Although most... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2011
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  9. Beneficial Bombing
    The Progressive Era, marked by a desire for economic, political, and social reform, ended for most Americans with the ugly reality and devastation of World War I. Yet for Army Air Service officers, the carnage and waste witnessed... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 2011
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  10. For Home and Country
    World War I prompted the first massive organized propaganda campaign of the twentieth century. Posters, pamphlets, and other media spread fear about the “Hun,” who was often depicted threatening American families in their... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2010
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  11. In the School of War
    Fort Leavenworth, where Roger J. Spiller taught the army’s finest for twenty-five years, is indeed a “school of war.” There, among military professionals who had experienced war firsthand, Spiller honed his remarkable skills... Learn More
    Published: 1st June 2010
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  12. Picture This
    The First World War was waged through the participation not just of soldiers but of men, women, and children on the home front. Mass-produced, full-color, large-format war posters were both a sign and an instrument of this historic... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 2010
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  13. An American Soldier in World War I
    George “Brownie” Browne was a twenty-three-year-old civil engineer in Waterbury, Connecticut, when the United States entered the Great War in 1917. He enlisted almost immediately and served in the American Expeditionary Forces... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 2010
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  14. North American Indians in the Great War
    More than twelve thousand American Indians served in the United States military in World War I, even though many were not U.S. citizens and did not enjoy the benefits of enfranchisement. Using the words of the veterans themselves,... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2009
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  15. The State at War in South Asia
    Much research has been done on Western warfare and state building but very little on the military effectiveness of states, until now. Using South Asia as a case study, The State at War in South Asia examines how the state, from... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2009
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  16. Andean Tragedy
    The year 1879 marked the beginning of one of the longest, bloodiest conflicts of nineteenth-century Latin America. The War of the Pacific pitted Peru and Bolivia against Chile in a struggle initiated over a festering border dispute.... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2009
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