Aug-Dec 2004: Vol. 3, Issues 2 and 3

ARTICLES

Editorial – Reasons for Another Double Issue and other Matters
Gary E. Weir, for the IJNH

Battleships and British Society, 1920-1960
Mark Connelly, University of Kent
United Kingdom

BOOK REVIEWS

Otto Giese and James E. Wise, Jr., Shooting the War: The Memoir and Photographsof a U-Boat Officer in World War II. Annapolis: Bluejacket Books, Naval Institute Press, 2003
Reviewed by Eric C. Rust
Baylor University
USA

Daniel Madsen, Resurrection – Salvaging the Battle Fleet at Pearl Harbor. Annapolis, Naval Institute Press, 2003.
Reviewed by William Schleihauf
Pointe-des-Cascades,
Quebec, Canada.

Helen M. Rozwadowski and David K. van Keuren, editors, The Machine in Neptune’s Garden: Historical Perspectives on Technology and the Marine Environment. Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts: Science History Publications, 2004.
Reviewed by Hal M. Friedman
Modern History Instructor,
Henry Ford Community College
USA

Norman Polmar and Dana Bell, One Hundred Years of World Military Aircraft.
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2004.
Reviewed by Joseph-James Ahern
American Philosophical Society Library
USA

William Stueck, et.al., The Korean War in World History. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2004.
and
Richard Peters and Xiaobing Li, et.al’s. Voices from the Korean War: Personal Stories of American, Korean, and Chinese Soldiers. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2004.
A dual review by Leo Dougherty
U.S. Army Accessions Command
USA

Lowell Thomas, Raiders of the Deep. Annapolis: Bluejacket Books, Naval Institute Press, 2004
Reviewed by Barry Gough
Wilfred Laurier University
Canada

Robert E. Sheridan, Iron from the Deep: The Discovery and Recovery of the USS Monitor. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2003.
Reviewed by Robert J. Schneller, Jr.
U.S. Naval Historical Center
USA

AUGUST-DECEMBER NAVAL HISTORY PHOTOGRAPH

A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18C Hornet patiently waits with afterburner lit for the signal to launch from the flight deck of USS Enterprise (CVAN 65) during Operation Desert Fox in 1998.

THE HISTORY OF OCEANOGRAPHY NEWSLETTER

September 2004, Number 16
Edited by Professor Eric Mills,
Dalhousie University
Canada

Prepared in Association with
The International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science
Division of the History of Science
Commission of Oceanography

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