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Changing interpretations and new sources in naval history

Papers from the Third United States Naval Academy History Symposium

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Published by Garland Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Naval History (General),
  • Naval history

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    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages471
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8123121M
    ISBN 100824095170
    ISBN 109780824095178
    OCLC/WorldCa5946185

    It is a pleaslJ"e to see the appearance of the Naval Historical Center's The Naval War of A Documentary History. These volumes bring to the reader the immediacy of the moment in the words of the participants and commentators of the time. One man's File Size: 3MB.   John B. Hattendorf Ernest J. King Professor of Maritime History, U.S. Naval War College There are many dimensions to a navy. At its most obvious, a navy is an expression of a nation's power, but at the same time it is a microcosm of a nation, representing its industrial and technological capacities as well as reflecting the nature, character, and spirit of its people and its institutions.   “The Origins and Role of German Naval History in the Inter-War Period ,” Naval War College Review (March/April ). “From Tirpitz to Hitler: Continuity and Discontinuity in German Naval History,” Changing Interpretations and Naval Sources in Naval History (New York, ). Continuing with my review of Library Journal’s Notable Government Documents, today’s selection is The Approaching Storm: Conflict in Asia, This first volume in a new Naval History and Heritage Command series is designed to present “well-illustrated, engagingly written, and authoritative booklets that detail the Navy’s major involvement” in the Vietnam War.


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In Changing Interpretations and New Sources in Naval History: Papers From the Third United States Naval Academy History Symposium, edited by Robert W. Love, Jr. and others, New York: Garland Pub.,   Love is the editor and co-author of Chiefs of Naval Operations and editor and co-author of Interpretations and New Sources in Naval History.

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Selected Papers from the Sixteenth Naval History Symposium Held at the United States Naval Academy September The McMullen Naval History Symposium is a biennial international academic conference held at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland devoted to the history of the world's navies.

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The historical monographs in this series are book-length studies of the history of naval warfare, edited historical documents, conference proceedings, and biographies based wholly or in part on source materials in the Historical Collection of the Naval War College. The following article originally appeared in the International Journal of Naval History under the title, “Strategy, Language, and the Culture of Defeat: Changing Interpretations of Japan’s Pacific War Naval Demise,” and is republished with permission.

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Robert V. Love, New York: Garland, The War of bibliography is a selective, annotated bibliography using APA style citations of the many books related to the War of There are thousands of books and articles written about this topic.

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Felker and Marcus O. Jones, Naval War College Press,pages. One Marine's War: A Combat Interpreter's Quest for Humanity in the Pacific. Gerald A. Meehl. Magnificent. Reading this vivid, riveting 5 Star account of the US Navys birth was often like having a movie playing in my head.

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The new works under review here offer four distinct interpretations of this ‘new naval history’. Each uses the eighteenth-century Royal Navy as a case-study for wider historiographies. The use of these sources adds a new dimension to the book and allows Gill to analyse in detail the language used by men and women who have been ignored Author: James Davey.

Military history is a humanities discipline within the scope of general historical recording of armed conflict in the history of humanity, and its impact on the societies, cultures and economies thereof, as well as the resulting changes to local and international relationships.

Professional historians normally focus on military affairs that had a major impact on the societies involved as well. In New Interpretations in Naval History: Selected Papers From the Eighth Naval History Symposium, edited by William B.

Cogar, Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, Dudley, William S. "Naval Historians and the War of " Naval History 4 (Spring ): ; historiography; Eckert, Edward K. The Navy Department in the War of   By Hal M.

Friedman Henry Ford Community College Military historians say that military history is written from the perspective of the victor. Japan's naval defeat in the Pacific War, however, provides a highly arguable case.

Much of the translated postwar literature on the Pacific War has been written from an Allied perspective which overemphasizes Japanese weaknesses, deemphasizes the. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, Item # Cloth. Fine 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ tall. Collection of 20 papers presented at the Eighth Naval History Symposium, Sept, in U.S.

Brief biographical sketches of the historians. Endnotes for each pape r. The historiography of the United States refers to the studies, sources, critical methods and interpretations used by scholars to study the history of the United States. While history examines the interplay of events in the past, historiography examines the secondary sources written by historians as books and articles, evaluates the primary sources they use, and provides a critical examination.

Changing interpretations and new sources in naval history: papers from the Third United States Naval Academy History Symposium class of forty class of forty after fifty years devil may care., The. For the really revolutionary period that of world history during the early modern period when Europe took over the entire world, historians have just now begun looking at the parallel developments between navies and state formation, and have coined the term "fiscal-naval states", since the expansion and retractions of European navies correlates and state power than that for armies do.

Archived by British Library, US Library of Congress, Bavarian State Library. Since its early days, has been considerably enlarged and enriched by the researches of Don Kindell from the United States, the late Lt-Cdr Geoff Mason RN, Dr Graham Watson and other contributors whose names will be found on the pages they helped make available.

The book is a straight forward account of the author's life, with little attempt to place it within the larger frame of the institutional history happening around him.

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ULTRA's sources were mainly decrypted German and Japanese military and naval ciphers, although some codebreaking successes were achieved against the Italian armed forces as well. In general terms, the Germans relied on numerous machine‐generated ciphers, while the Japanese resorted to multiple book‐based cipher systems.

Perhaps the ongoing documentary history of the naval side of the war, edited by William S. Dudley and Michael J. Crawford, will encourage more writing about the war at sea Hickey's book has useful maps (placed a little oddly in a group at the end of the text), illustrations, extensive notes, and a note on by: 2.Changing interpretations of the sources over time to an understanding of the period, for example new discoveries, research and technologies Changing interpretations of the diplomatic letters, legal and other documents and what they reveal about imperialism, diplomacy and governance in this period, for example the interpretations of historians.With The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors and Ship of Ghosts, James D.

Hornfischer created essential and enduring narratives about America’s World War II Navy, works of unique immediacy distinguished by rich portraits of ordinary men in extremis and exclusive new he does the same for the deadliest, most pivotal naval campaign of the Pacific war: Guadalcanal.