July 2014: Volume 11, Issue 1

EDITORIAL

View from the Quarterdeck: July 2014
By Charles C. Chadbourn, III

ARTICLES

Changing American Perceptions of the Royal Navy Since 1775
John B. Hattendorf
Ernest J. King Professor of Maritime History, U.S. Naval War College

Naval History and Heroes: The Influence of U.S. and British Navalism on Children’s Writing, 1895-1914
Hazel Sheeky Bird
Independent Scholar, Great Britain

Strategic Logic of the American “Pivot to the Pacific”
William Kyle
University of Mary Washington, Class of 2013

Learning to Fail: Lessons for the Twenty-First Century from the Pacific War
Brent Powers
Lieutenant, U.S. Navy

National History Day 2014 Documentary: “Vietnam POWs Taking Responsibility when Deprived of All Rights”
Jethro Abatayo and Logan Gibert
Pleasant Valley Middle School, Vancouver, WA

BOOK REVIEWS

Edward F. Finch, Beneath the Waves: The Life and Navy of CAPT. Edward L. Beach Jr. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2010. 288 pps. Photos, Notes, appendices, bibliography, index
Review by Nicholas Evan Sarantakes
Department of Strategy & Policy, U.S. Naval War College

Fred M. Walker. Ships and Shipbuilders: Pioneers of Design and Construction. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2010. 237 pp, index.
Review by Timothy G. Lynch
SUNY Maritime College

Hal M. Friedman, Blue versus Orange: The U.S. Naval War College, Japan, and the Old Enemy in the Pacific, 1945-1946. Newport, RI: Naval War College Press, 2013, 364 pp.
Review by Joseph Moretz
British Commission for Military History

Whitney T. Bendeck. “A” Force: The Origins of British Deception during the Second World War. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2013, 272 pp.
Review by Joseph Moretz
British Commission for Military History

Shawn T. Grimes, Strategy and War Planning in the British Navy, 1887-1918, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: The Boydell Press, 2012. 263 pp.
Review by Howard J. Fuller
University of Wolverhampton

Robert Erwin Johnson, Far China Station: The U.S. Navy in Asian Waters, 1800-1898. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2013. 307 pp. Paperback edition. B & W illustrations and photographs; maps; notes; bibliography; index.
Review by John M. Jennings
United States Air Force Academy

Thomas Wildenberg, Billy Mitchell’s War with the Navy: The Interwar Rivalry over Air Power. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2013, 288 pp.
Review by Charles D. Dusch, Jr.
United States Air Force Academy

Andrew Nagorski, Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power. New York, NY:  Simon and Schuster, 2012.  400 pp. Photos, bibliography, index.
Review by Kaitlin Sadler
University of Mary Washington

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