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Hal M. Friedman
Blue versus Orange: The U.S. Naval War College, Japan, and the Old Enemy in the Pacific, 1945–1946, by Hal M. Friedman, closely analyzes war gaming at the Naval War College in the academic year 1945–46, as both a reflection and ...
New Interpretations in Naval History
New Interpretations in Naval History: Selected Papers from the Sixteenth Naval History Symposium Held at the United States Naval Academy, 10–11 September 2009, edited by Craig C. Felker and Marcus O. Jones, a selection of the best twelve papers presented at that symposium, one of the most widely known annual forums for naval and maritime history. The twelve contributors are all professional historians; the works reprinted here, which range from the U.S. colonial era through the 1960s, represent the vitality of recent study in naval and maritime history.
"The published volumes [of the U.S. Naval Academy's Naval History Symposiums] are sterling witnesses to the Naval Academy's desire to encourage curiousity-based historical research. . . . This volume from the sixteenth symposium maintains and adds to the tradition." James Pritchard
New Interpretations in Naval History is now available. Purchase from the Government Printing Office online bookstore.