January 2015: Volume 12, Issue 1

EDITORIAL

View from the Quarterdeck: January 2015
By Charles C. Chadbourn, III

ARTICLES

Taking the Moral High Ground: The United States, Privateering, and Immunity of Private Property at Sea
Michael J. Crawford
Naval History and Heritage Command

The Development of Modern Counter-piracy Initiatives in Southeast Asia: Vietnamese Boat Refugees and Alternative Incidents 1979-1997
Robert C. McCabe
Maynooth University

Swimming in the ‘Fishpond’ or Solidarity with the ‘Beresfordian Syndicate’: An Analysis of the Inquiry by the Subcommittee of Imperial Defence into Naval Policy, 1909
Keith McLay
Canterbury Christ Church University

BOOK REVIEWS

John A. Wolter, David A. Ranzan, and John J. McDonough, eds., With Commodore Perry to Japan: The Journal of William Speiden, Jr., 1852-1855
Review by John M. Jennings
United States Air Force Academy

David J. Ulbrich, Preparing for Victory: Thomas Holcomb and the Making of the Modern Marine Corps, 1936-1943
Gregory J.W. Urwin, Victory in Defeat: The Wake Island Defenders in Captivity, 1941-1945
Review Essay by John T. Kuehn
Major General William Stofft Professor, U. S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS

Timothy S. Wolters, Information at Sea: Shipboard Command and Control in the U.S. Navy, from Mobile Bay to Okinawa
Review by John T. Kuehn
Major General William Stofft Professor, U. S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS

Shiba Ryotaro, Clouds Above The Hill (“Saka No Ue No Kumo”)
Review by Robert P. Largess
Independent Scholar

Philip Hichborn, Cruise of the Dashing Wave: Rounding Cape Horn in 1860. Edited by William H. Thiesen
Review by Timothy G. Lynch
SUNY Maritime

Peter V. Nash. The Development of Mobile Logistic Support in Anglo-American Naval Policy, 1900-1953
Review by Joseph Moretz
British Commission for Military History

Phillip G. Pattee, At War in Distant Waters: British Colonial Defense in the Great War.
Review by Joseph Moretz
British Commission for Military History

Bruce A. Elleman and S.C.M. Paine, eds., Commerce Raiding: Historical Case Studies, 1755-2009
Review by Jason W. Smith
Class of 1957 Post-doctoral Fellow in Naval History, US Naval Academy

 

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