Apr-Dec 2010: Vol. 9, Issues 1-3

EDITORIAL

We have finally returned from the Digital Dark-Side!
Gary E. Weir
Editor, IJNH

The Ugly Duckling: The French Navy and the Saint-Domingue Expedition, 1801-1803
Philippe R. Girard
McNeese State University

When Dreams Confront Reality: Replenishment at Sea in the Era of Coal
Warwick Brown
King’s College. London

Somalia: Lessons from the Past
Victor Enthoven
Netherlands Defence Academy,
Free University of Amsterdam

BOOK REVIEWS

Joel R. Davidson, Armchair Warriors: Private Citizens, Popular Press, and the Rise of American Power, Naval Institute Press, 2008.
Review by Stephen Badsey
University of Wolverhampton

Anthony P. Tully, Battle of Surigao Strait, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009.
Review by John T. Kuehn
U.S. Army Command
and General Staff College

Norman Friedman, British Destroyers: From the Earliest Days to the Second World War, Naval Institute Press, 2009.
Review by Andrew Lambert
King’s College, London

Geirr H. Haarr, The German Invasion of Norway, April 1940,. Naval Institute Press, 2009.
Review by Timothy J. Demy
U.S. Naval War College

David Stevens and John Reeve (eds.), The Navy and the Nation: The Influence of the Navy on Modern Australia, Allen & Unwin, 2005.
Review by Chuck Steele
Department of History,
United States Air Force Academy

M. S. Reidy, Tides of History: Ocean Science and Her Majesty’s Navy, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2008
Review by Duncan Redford
Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow
Centre for Maritime Historical Studies
University of Exeter

Roger Dingman, Deciphering the Rising Sun: Navy and Marine Corps Codebreakers, Translators, and Interpreters in the Pacific War, Naval Institute Press, 2009.
Review by Mark M. Hull
Department of Military History, US Army
Command and General Staff College

N. A. M. Roger, Essays in Naval History, from Medieval to Modern, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2009.
Review by Jeffrey G. Barlow
Naval History and Heritage Command

Donald G. Shomette, Flotilla: The Patuxent Naval Campaign in the War of 1812, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.
Review by Andrew Lambert
King’s College, London

Jörg Hillmann (ed.), „Erleben – Lernen – Weitergeben“ Friedrich Ruge (1894-1985), Kleine Schriftenreihe zur Militär- und Marinegeschichte, 2005.
Review by Sebastian Bruns
University of Kiel

Dan O’Sullivan, In Search of Captain Cook: Exploring the Man Through His Own Words, I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd., 2008. illustrations, references, suggested reading, index.
Review by Mark M. Hull
Department of Military History, U.S. Army
Command and General Staff College

Kevin Dockery, Operation Thunderhead: The True Story of Vietnam ’s Final POW Rescue—And the Last Navy SEAL Killed in Country, Berkley Press, 2009.
Review by John Darrell Sherwood
Naval History and Heritage Command

THE HISTORY OF OCEANOGRAPHY NEWSLETTER

September 2009, Number 21
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 the History of Oceanography

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