Category Archives: Editorial

View from the Quarterdeck: July 2014

Have you ever wondered why it is that some individuals seem to be almost innately curious about the study of history? I vividly recall my mentor at the University of Washington, Professor Wilton B. Fowler, saying at the beginning of … Continue reading

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View from the Quarterdeck

Over the summer during a visit to France I came upon a moving reminder of the importance of a journal dedicated to encouraging academic scholarship in the field of international naval history.  Just several hundred meters inland from the imposing … Continue reading

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Renaissance

Every once in a while we all need to make a change, to recast ourselves, to rediscover the vitality and joy that comes from doing something you love. With the International Journal of Naval History we have provided our readers … Continue reading

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We have finally returned from the Digital Dark-Side!

We would like to apologize to our readers and contributors for the delay in new issues of the journal during 2010. We experienced what every web-based journal fears: a crash of our primary server. However, the recovery of all of … Continue reading

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