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Jim Dingeman World War II Collection (422) Finding Aid

Item Number: 4220000000
 Collection

Scope and Contents

The James Dingeman World War II series consists of photocopies of books, articles, and newspapers. There are some personal notes taken by Dingeman, as well as promotional material for symposiums and books about World War II.

Many of the items in this series are segments from published materials. Some of the materials do not have source information, but a researcher can use the preferred citation stated previously. The monographs are complete publications. They are divided by categories and are useful sources.

Dates

  • 06 December 2001

Biographical / Historical

James Dingeman has spent his life involved in a wide range of activities. His family has deep military roots. James Dingeman states that a member of his family has fought in every war that has involved the United States. His father commanded the 2nd/12th 1st Cavalry from 1968-1969. In 1967 James Dingeman received a Presidential Appointment to West Point. However, he turned it down because he began to question the war in Vietnam. Instead of joining the military, Dingeman chose to go to college. He attended Wesleyan University from 1968-1970. He participated in the Wesleyan University Chapter Students for a Democratic Society. His activities included planning Moratorium Activities and an alternate-free University movement. For two years, he played free safety on the football team.

Starting in 1970, James Dingeman became involved with Union organizations. Also during the 1970s, he worked with the Vietnam Veterans Against the War and anti-apartheid movement. He worked as a publicist and legislative lobbyist for the Citizens Committee on Africa. In the early 1980s, James Dingeman helped create the Arms Control Workshop at Columbia University; known later as the New York Military Affairs Symposium. He also worked with Fortune 500 companies. In the 1990s, Dingeman worked as a radio talk show host at WBAI Radio in New York discussing history and current affairs. When the Gulf War started, he became a popular commentator on shows like CNN and Good Morning America. He also participated in activities that pushed for legislation regarding missing children and people.

Between all of these activities, James Dingeman has written and published many articles and a book on various topics of history and current affairs. His collection has been generated from his research. He continues to play an active role in media affairs, recently testifying at the President’s Advisory Board for Digital Broadcasting. He also plays fast pitch softball in Central Park.

Series

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Maps

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Inventory

  • "The United States, The Soviet Union, and the Far Eastern War,1941-1945." By Ernest R. May Paci/ic Historical Review Vol.19, 1955.
  • General Army in WWII (Notes) Glantz-Russian Army: 1941 Soviet War Planning 1940-1941
  • Europe's Balance of Power
  • Germany First: The Basic Concept of Allied Strategy in World War II.
  • The Asian Factor By Akira Iriye
  • Strategy and Command: The First Two Years
  • Strategic Situation in Autumn 1942
  • Chronological Table of World War II
  • Organization of Artillery Division 1943-1945
  • Strategic Situation in Summer 1943
  • D-Day: The Landings
  • Pages from Unrestricted Submarine Warfare
  • Appendix II Part V. Landing Ships and Craft: Development and Production from Victory in the West: The Battle of Normandy.
  • The Fast Carriers: The Forging of an Air Navy By Clark G. Reynolds.
  • The Collapse of Army Group Centre in 1944 By Hermann Gackenholz.
  • Excerpt from Command Decisions
  • Chapter from Unknown Source- "Deterrent Diplomacy; Roosevelt and the Containment of Germany, 1938-1940." By Callum MacDonald.
  • Invasion 1944: Rommel and the Normandy Campaign by Hans Speidel.
  • In/antry Attacks By Erwin Rommel
  • Warsaw
  • The German Anti-Friction Bearings Industry
  • Luftwaffe Field Division
  • German Troops
  • Barbarossa' Surprise Attack and Communication
  • Fall Barbarossa
  • German Table Troops
  • Foreign Military Study
  • Armor Tactics in the Second World War By Rudolf Steiger
  • The Causes of the German Collapse By Ralph Haswell Lutz
  • "Military Violence and National Socialist Values: The Wehrmacht in Greece, 1941-1944" By Mark Mazower Past and Present No. 134 February 1992.
  • Pages from Chapter XI: "The Raid on Dieppe 19 August 1945" from Six Years o/ War.
  • Promotional Information for Movie: "Mein Krieg"
  • From Unknown Source: "Kristallnacht," The Holocaust and German Unity: The Meaning of November 9 as an Anniversary in Germany. By Elisabeth Domansky.
  • Aufmarsch und verlouf der Sommer offensive auf dem Sudflugel der Ostfront vom 27.6. bis 25.7.1942.
  • Die lageentwicklung im Mittelabschnitt vom 30.7. bis 25.8.1942.
  • Kampfe um das Werk Roter Oktober.
  • Kampfe um das werk barrlkady.
  • Kampfe um das traktorenwerk vom 4. Bis 14. Oktober 1942. Mansteins Gegenoffensive vom 18.2 bis 3.3.1943.
  • Mansteins Gegenoffensive vom 3.3. bis 24.3.1943.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung der heeresgruppe sud.
  • Die vernichtung der 6. Armee vom 9.1. bis 2.2.1943.
  • Die sowjetischen winterroffensiven am sudabschnitt der Ostfront vom Dezember 1942 bis Februar 1943.
  • Die luftversorgung der 6. Armee in Stalingrad.
  • Entsatzoffensive der armeegruppe Hoth ('Wintergewitter') vom 12. Bis 19.12.1942.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung der heeresgruppe Don.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung der Heeresgruppess.
  • Die einschliessung der 6. Armee ende Nov. 1942.
  • Verteilung der flieginden Verbande der luftwaffe an der Ostfront im Herbst 1942.
  • Fur die unterstellung unter 'stab Don' (Heeresgruppe Antonescu) vorgesehene grossverbande stand.
  • Starke und Ausrustung der im Stalingrader Raum operierenden deutschen und rumanischen Verbande.
  • Frontenlange und Kraftekonzentration zu beginn der sowjetischen Winteroffensive Stand 20.11.1942.
  • Starke und Ausrustung der sowjetischen Verbande zu beginn der Winteroffensive am 20. November 1942.
  • Stadtplan von Stalingrad.
  • Der Kampf um Stalingrad vom 5.9. bis 18.11.1942.
  • Der vorstoss zur Volga vom 26.7 bis 3.9.1942.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung der Heeresgruppen A und B. Der Vorstoss der H.Gr.A inder KauKasus vom 26.7 bis 11.11.1942.
  • Die Kampfe sudlich des Ladoga-Sees von Ende August bis Anfang Oktober 1942.
  • Unternehmen 'Winkelried' vom 27.9. bis 11.10.1942.
  • Die Lageentwicklung im Mittelabschnitt vom 30.7. bis 25.8.1942.
  • Hitler's Operative Vorstellungen im Juli 1942.
  • Ubersicht der zu Kustenstab Asow tretenden
  • Kommandobehorden und grossen verbande stand: 7. Juli 1942
  • 1st-Starken und ein satzbereite flugzeuge an der Ostfront 1942
  • Befehlsgliederung der Fliegenden Verbande im Odten 1942.
  • Die mobilen gesamtkrafte des deutschen Feldheeres Stand: 15 June 1942.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung der Heeresgruppe Sud Stand: 24.6.1942.
  • Aufmarsch und Verlauf der Sommeroffensive auf dem Sudflugelder Ostfront vom 27.6. bis 25.7.1942.
  • Die schlachten im Raum volcansk-Kupjansk-Izjum im June 1942 (Operationen 'Wilhelm' und 'Fridericus II').
  • Die Verteilung der Kriegswirtschaftlichen Ressourcen der sowjetunion 1942.
  • Der munisions verbrauch des deutschen ostheeres 1941-1943.
  • Ubersicht uber personelle Abgange und Zugange des Ostheeres Dezember 1941-April 1943.
  • Sowjetische Angriffserwartungen fur den Sommer 1942 und deutsche Operationsplanung 'Blau'.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung des deutschen Ostheeres Stand 5.4.1942.
  • Die Entwicklung der lage an der Ostfront vom Herbst 1942 bis fruhjahr 1943.
  • Raumung des Kampfraumes dem jansk im Februar 1943.
  • Die durchbrechung der Leningrader Blockade im Januar 1943. Die lageentwicklung im Mittelabschnitt vom 23.11.1942 bis 24.3.1943.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung des deutschen Ostheeres Stand: 29.3.1942.
  • Kampfe in Suden und im Zentrumm der Stadt vom 14 bis 26 September 1942.
  • Das zentrum: Ausschnilt aus dem grossen Stadtplan Stalingrad.
  • 42 maps in Russian copied from a book.
  • Wichtege rustungsanlagen an der westatlantikkuste und in USA .
  • Aufklarungs-und kampfziele in der sowjetunion.
  • Die vernichtung der 6. Armee vom 9.1. bis 2.2.1943.
  • Die sowjetischen Winteroffensiven am Sudabschnitt der Ostfromt von Dezember 1942 bis Februar 1943.
  • Die luftversorgung der 6 Armee in Stalingrad, 23.11.1942- 3.2.1943.
  • Schematishe Kriegsgliederung der Heeresgruppe B; Stand: 23.11.1942.
  • Entsatzoffensive der armeegruppe Hoth (wintergewitter) vom 12 bis 19.12.1942.
  • Die einschliessung der 6. Armee ende November 1942.
  • Verteilung der fliegenden verbande der luftwaffe an der Ostfront im Herbst 1942.
  • Fur dieunterstellung unter 'Stab Don' (Heeresgruppe Antonscue) vorgeschene grossverbande stand: 3.9.1942.
  • Starke und Ausrustung der im Stalingrader Raum operierenden deutschen und rumanischen Verbande.
  • Frontenlange und Kraftekonzentration zu Beginn der sowjetschen Winteroffensive stand 20.11.1942.
  • Starke und Ausrustung der sowjetischen Verbande zu beginn der winteroffensive am 20 November 1942.
  • Stadtplan von Stalingrad.
  • Der Kampfe im Stalingrad vom 5.9. bis 18.11.1942.
  • Der vorstoss zur Volga vom 26.7. bis 3.9.1942.
  • Die kampfe sudliche des Ladoga-Lees von Ende August bis Anfang Oktober 1942.
  • Internehmen 'Winkelried' vom 27.9 bis 11.10.1942.
  • Hitler's operative vorstellungen im Juli 1942.
  • Ubersicht der zu Kustenstab Asow tretenden Kommandobehorden ind grossen verbande stand: 7 Juli 1942.
  • Geschaftsvertei Lungsplan der Operationsabteilung im generalstab des Heeres Stand 9.7.1942.
  • 1st-Starken und einsatzbereite flugzeuge an der Ostfront 1942.
  • Befehlsglrederung der Fliegenden Verbande im Osten 1942.
  • Die mobilen Gesamtkrafte des deutschen Feldheeres Stand: 15 Juni 1942.
  • Schematische kriegsgliederung der Heeresgruppe sud stand: 24.6.1942.
  • Aufmarsche und verlauf der sommeroffensice auf dem sud flugel der Ostfront vom 27.6. bis 25.7.1942.
  • Die schlachten im raum volcansk-kupjansk-Izjum im Juni 1942 (Operation 'Wilhelm' und 'Friedericus II').
  • Die panzerschlacht im Raum char'kov-Izjum im Mai 1942 (Fridericus I).
  • Die Eroberung Sevastopol's Juni/Juli 1942.
  • Die Ruckersberung der Halbinsee Kerc im Mai 1942.
  • Die deutsche Einschatzung der sowjetischen Insudtrieproduction des Jahres 1942.
  • Kampfe um das Traktorenwerk vom 4 bis 14 Oktober 1942.
  • Deutsche prognose das der Volgalinie und Besetzung des Kaukasus.
  • Die Verteilung der kriegswirtschaftlichen Ressourcen der sowjetunion 1942.
  • Vermutete zahl sowjetischer verbande im bereich der deutscher front seit einstellung der deutschen offensive 1941.
  • Deutsche einschatzung der sowjetischen kraaafteverteilung im Fruhjahr 1942 Stand 19.5.1942.
  • Die deutsche einschatzung der personellen wehrleistungfahigkeit der sowjetunion im fruhjahr 1942.
  • Kampfweitbeurteilung der divisionen des ostheeres stand: 30.3.1942.
  • Der Munitionsverbrauch des deutschen ostheeres 1941-1943.
  • Ubersicht uber personelle Abgange und zugange des ostheeres Dezember 1941-April 1943.
  • Die spitzengliederung der wehemacht anfang 1942.
  • Sowjetische Angriffser wartungen fur den Sommer 1942 und deutsche Operationsplaning 'Blau'.
  • Die Entwicklung der Lage an der Ostfront vom Fruhjahr bis Herbst 1942.
  • Schematische Kriegsgliederung des deutschen Ostheeres.
  • Verratene Schlachten: Die Tragodie der deutschen Wehrmacht in Rumanien und Ungarn By Hans Friessner
  • Von Minsk bis Lyck die 12. Panzer division in den Ruckzugsgefechten im Sommer 1944
  • Entwicklung der Lage in Ungarn Sowie im jugoslawischen Grenzgebiet zwischen 16.3 und 20. 3. 1945.
  • Entwicklung der Lage in Ungarn zeischen 13.2. und 15.3.1945.
  • Entwicklung der Lage in Ungarn vom 20.3. bis zum 23.3.1945.
  • Generaloberst Friessner auf dem Fluge zum Fuhrerhauptquartier Juli 1944.
  • Bei den Oberbefehhlshabern der 16. Und 18 Armee.
  • Schematische Darstell ung des sowjetischen Angriffsverfahrens (2 copies).
  • Die Lage bei der Heeresgruppe Nord am 23 Juli (3 Copies).
  • Ende Juli vorarygesehene sowjetische Operation gegen die heeresgruppe Sudekraine (3 Copies).
  • Marschall Antonescu im Fuhrerhauptquartier.
  • Empfang bei der Heeresgruppe Sudukraine durch oberst I.G.V. Trotha Lagebesprechung an 20. August mit Marschall Antonescu and Generalmajor v. Grolman.
  • Die Schlacht in Rumanien (2 Copies).
  • Die Auswerkung des Wiena Schiedsspruches (3 Copies).
  • Aufbeur der neuen Front in Ungarn vom 24. August bis 4. September. (3 Copies).
  • Die Abwehrschlacht um Siebenburgen vom 5 bis 25 September. (3 Copies).
  • Die Entwicklung der Lage auf dem Westflugel der Heeresgruppe ende September (3 Copies).
  • Nikolaus v. Horthy.
  • Beim Oberbefehlshaber der 1. Ung Armee, Generaloberst Laszlo (Nach Folger der Generaloberstein Miklos).
  • Beim Oberbefehlshaber der 3. Ung Armee, Generaloberst Heszlenyi, zu Gast.
  • Die Kampfe in der Pussta vom 6. Bis 29. Oktober (5 Copies).
  • Die Schlacht um Budapest-Erste Phase vom 30 Oktober bis 6. November (2 Copies).
  • Die Margaretenbrucke.
  • Nach dem Ungluck.
  • Die Schlacht um Budapest-Zweite Phase vom 7 bis 26 November (2 Copies).
  • Die Schlacht um Budapest Dritte Phase vom 27. November bis 4 Dezember (2 Copies).
  • Anlage 1 (3 Copies).
  • Anlage 2 (3 Copies).
  • Anlage 3 (3 Copies).
  • Anlage 4 (3 Copies).
  • Anlage 5 (3 Copies).
  • Die Schlacht um Budapest-Zweite Phase vom 7. Bis 26. November.
  • German Documents, 1943-1945 Appendix.
  • Die Zweite Schlacht vom 15. Bis 23. Marz 1944.
  • Die Dritte Schlacht vom 11 bis 18 Mai 1944.
  • Kriegsgliederung 1.F.Jg.Div.
  • Die Transportleistung im Afrikaverkehr und der Kampf um Malta 1942.
  • Ruckzug bis zur tunesischen Grenze.
  • Die Lage in Nord tunesien am 16.12. 1942.
  • Die Anlandung (Operation "Torch" Jan 7.18. 11.1942 und der alliierte Vormarsch nach Tunesien.
  • Die dritte Schlacht von El Alamein 2 phase, 1-4.11.1942.
  • Die dritte Schlacht von El Alamein, 1. Phase, 23-26.10.1942.
  • Die Schlacht von Alam Halfa Lage vom 30.8-1.9.1942.
  • Die erste Schlacht von El Alamein Lage vom 2-9.7.1942.
  • Die erste Schlacht von El Alamein Rommels Stoss am 1.7.1942 morgens.
  • Die westliche agyptische Wuste und das Nildeltamit den Gefechtsorten des Sommers 1942.
  • Die wegnahme Tobruks 20/21.6.1942.
  • Der vormarsch von Tobruk mach Marsa Matruh, 22- 26.6.1942.
  • Die schlacht von Marsa Matruh und der vormarsch nach El Alamein 26-30.6.1942.
  • Die Eroberung der Gazala-Stellung, 26/27.5.1942.
  • Die umgehung Tobruks, 15-19.6.1942.
  • Angriff auf die Gazala-Stellung, 26/27.5.1942.
  • Planung fur den Angriff auf die Gazala-Stellung.
  • Die Wiederoberung der Cyrenaika 21.1-6.2.1942.
  • Aufgaben fur Fernstkampflugzeuge 1942.
  • Feindliche luftangriffe im Heimatkriegsgebiet 1.9.1939- 31.10.1942.
  • Dislozerung der flakartillerie in der Reichsluftverteidiegung im Winter 1942/1943.
  • Die bodenorganisation der deutschen machtjagd im winter 1942/1943.
  • Dislozerierng der tag-und nacht jagdverbande in der Reichsluftverteidigung im winter 1942/1943.
  • Selbstverteidigungsformation Amerikanischer tagbomberverbande (fruhjahr 1943).
  • Organisation der 8. U.S.-Army Air Force im August 1942.
  • Dislozierung und Angriff sziele des britischen bomber command sowie der 8. U.S.-Air Force 1942.
  • Dislozierung der tag-und Nachtjagolverbande in der Reichsluftverleidigung am 1.8.1941.
  • Dislozierung der tag -und nachtjagolverbande in der reichsluftverleidigung am 31.12.1941.
  • Leistung stabelle derin den ersten kriegsjahren fur die reichsluftverteidigung relevanten deutschen, britischen und amerikanischen flugzeugmuster.
  • Kniefsflieder ung des bomber command der royal Air Force.
  • Angriffsziele des britischen bomber command 1940.
  • Vierterteil: II. Deutsche luftverteidigung.
  • Dislozierung der tag-und nachtjaolverbande in der reichsluftverleidigung am 1.9.1939.
  • Spitzengliederung der kriegsmarine: stand oktober 1945.
  • Dritter teil: IV Operation en an der europaischen Nordflake.
  • Unternehmen Regenbogen gefechtsskizze, 31 December 1942.
  • Dritter Teil: III Die Seekriegfuhrung im Atlantik und kustenbereich.
  • Die operation Rheinubung im Mai 1941.
  • Der u-boot-krieg: Funfte phase von august 1942 bis Mai 1943. die lage im nordatlantik 15. Bis 17. Marz 1943.
  • Der u-boot-krieg im atlantik 1 Aug. 1942-Mai 1943.
  • Der u-boot-krieg im atlantik 1 januar-juli 1942.
  • Ultra und der Wirkungsgrad deutscher u-boote im atlantik 1941.
  • Auswirkungen der britischen funkaufklarung.
  • Starke und verluste der deutschen u-boote, 1939-1943.
  • Der tonnage-Wettlauf der kampf um die seetransportkapazitat, 1939-1943.
  • Der u-boot-krieg im Atlatik/ April-Dezember 1941.
  • General Johannes Steinhoff, 80 Dies; Helped Rebuild German Air Force By Wolfgang Saxon.
  • Anzio-Nettuno: Eine Schlacht der Fuhrungstehler By Jorg Staiger.
  • "For Ex-British P.O.W., Forgiveness of a Japanese." By Sarah Lyall; New York Times, 20 August 1995.
  • British Intelligence in the Second World War: Its In/luence on Strategy and Operations. By F.H. Hinsley.
  • Iron Arm
  • First Introductory pages of the book In De/ence o/ Naval Supremacy By Jon Tetsuro Sumida.
  • The Strategic Air Offensive Against Germany; 1939-1945 Vol. II: Endeavour Part 4 By Sir Charles Webster and Noble Frankland.
  • Pages from the Battle of Sicily
  • Of Myths and Men: Rommel and the Italians in North A/rica, 1940-1942. By James J. Sadkovich.
  • Article from Unknown Source- "Battle of Egypt"
  • The Decision to Invade North A/rica(Torch). By Leo F. Meyer
  • "Shifting Alliances in the Horn of Africa." Survival Vol. 27 No. 1 Jan/Feb. 1985.
  • Notes
  • M.E. Intelligence H.F. Josten-Order of Battle of UK
  • M.E. Inteligence-1940
  • M.E. Intelligence-Battle Axe
  • Iraq and Syria-1941
  • M.E. Intelligence
  • Combat Documents of Soviet Western Front Armies 22-30 June 1941.
  • Collection of Combat documents of the Great Patriotic War Vol. 34: Part IV, Operations of the Northwestern Front, 15-23 June 1941.
  • Combat Documents of the Soviet Northwestern Front 24 June-1 July 1941.
  • A Collection of Combat Documents Covering the First Three Days of the Great Patriotic War.
  • A Collection of Combat Documents Covering Soviet Western Front Operations: 24-30 June 1941.
  • Combat Documents of Soviet Northwestern Front Armies 21 June-1 July 1941 The Journal o/ Soviet Military Studies.
  • Stalingrad: Memories and Reassessments By Joachim Wieder and Heinrich Graf Von Einsiedel.
  • The Road to Stalingrad: Stalin's War with Germany Vol.1 By John Erickson.
  • Battle of Stalingrad: The 1943 Soviet General Staff Study By Louis C. Rotundo.
  • Folder 10:
  • Army Strength
  • Voronezh Front
  • The Mediterranean and Middle East
  • Bryansk Front-Jan. 19, 1943
  • Stalingrad Artide Summary (New Angles)
  • Counterpoint to Stalingrad. Operation 'Mars' (Nov-Dec 1942): Marshall Zhukov's Greatest Defeat By David M. Glantz.
  • Strategic Assessments: June 1941 to Fall of Stalingrad January 1943.
  • Great Battles on the Eastern Front
  • -The Yassy-Kishinev Operations August 20-29, 1944
  • -The Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive July 1944
  • The Beginning of the Ordeal: 1941
  • Chapter 17: We are Being Fired On What Should We Do?
  • Chapter 18: The Battle for Moscow: November-December 1941
  • Notes
  • General Appendix
  • Intelligence Service: Poland
  • "The Belorussian Air Offensive (June-August 1944)" Aerospace Historian Spring March 1973.
  • Air Support By Colonel Ye Veraksa.
  • Encircling Operations By Major-General V. Matsulenko.
  • On the Right Flank
  • Soviet Units in World War II New Data From Soviet Sources By John F. Sloan.
  • An Old Soviet Soldier Relieves Heady days of Victory Over Germany By Margaret Shapiro.
  • Slovak Insurgency Rising.
  • Microfiche
  • -The Soviet Far Eastern Build-up and the Manchurian Campaign, February -August 1945: Lessons and Implications By Dr. Hacob W. Kipp.
  • -Train hard, Fight Easy: The Legacy of A.V. Suvoros and his "Art of Victory" By Bruce W. Menning.
  • -The Motor-Mechanization Program of the Red Army During the Interwar Years By Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • -Army and Frontier in Russia By Dr. Bruce W. Menning
  • -A.I. Chernyshev: A Russian and Soviet Military History By Dr.Bruce W. Menning.
  • -The Navy and Combined Operations: A Century of Continuity and Change, 1853-1945 By Jacob W. Kipp.
  • Russian Troop Notes.
  • Operation Bagration.
  • The Rail War.
  • Soviet Future War: Draft Study By Soviet Army Studies Office.
  • Deep Attack: The Soviet Conduct of Operational Maneuver By Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Breakthrough of the Eastern Wall By Colonel-General A. Pokrovsky.
  • Division Breaking Through Enemy Defenses By Colonel P. Ogaryov.
  • In the Mogilev Direction By Lieutenant-General D. Smirnov.
  • Fortress on the Bug By Lieutenant-Colonel N. Yeltsin.
  • The Role of Yugoslavia in the Second World War.
  • Praga (Notes)
  • The Red Army (Chapter 4 From Nothing But Honor)
  • U.S. Enlisted Stalin's Aid For War End Game We Who Were Saved.
  • The Indian National Army By K.K. Ghosh Chapter 7: The Imphal Campaign
  • 3 pages from The Tiger Strikes.
  • The Fifth panzer Army Attacks the 28th Infantry Division 16- 19 December 1944 (9 copies).
  • The LXVI Corps Attacks: The 106th Infantry Division, 16-19 December 1944 (5 Copies).
  • The XVIII Airborne Corps Sector 21-23 December 1944 (10 Copies)
  • Bastogne 19-23 December 1944 (9 Copies)
  • The Seventh Army Attack 16-19 December 1944 (9 copies)
  • The Ardennes Counteroffensive: The German Plan December 1944 (2 Copies).
  • Zhitomir-Berdichev Operation Situation 1900 24 December-26 December.
  • Effects of Climate on Combat in European Russia Temperatures and Perception at Rzhev, Northwest of Moscow.
  • Battles fought on the Voronezh, Steppe, and Southwestern Front.
  • Battles fought on the Voronezh and Southwestern Front.
  • Korsun-Shevchenkovskii Operation: Soviet Operation Plan Situation 1900 23 January.
  • Zhitomir-Berdichev Operation Situation 1900 24 December-26 December.
  • Kiev Operation Situation 1900 21 Dec.-23 Dec, Nov 14-Nov. 21
  • Kiev Operation: November 2-December 23.
  • Korsun-Shevchenkovskii Operation January 23-February 18.
  • Opposing Armed Forces: Kiev Military District, Armor
  • Correlation of Forces: Northwestern forces,
  • Armor Correlation of Forces: Western Forces,
  • Armor Correlation of Forces: Southwestern Front, Opposing Armed Forces:
  • Baltic Military District, Opposing Armed Forces: Western Military Districts
  • Map Study No. 1 The Border Battles: Northwestern Front 22- 26 June 1941.
  • Map Study No. 2: The Border Battles: Western Front 22-28 June 1941 By Colonel David M.Glantz.
  • Map Study No. 3: The Border Battles: Southwestern Front 22 June-1 July 1941.
  • Map study No. 4: The Border battles: The German Advance to Minsk 22 June-26 June 1941.
  • Map Study No. 5: The Border Battle: The German Advance to Minsk 22 June-1 July 1941.
  • The North Flank of Army Group Center and Army Group North 18 July-31 August 1944.
  • Race to Pearl Harbor: The Failure of the Second London Naval Conference and the Onset of World War II By Steven E. Pelz.
  • On the Treadmill to Pearl Harbor: The Memoirs of Admiral James O. Richardson USN (retired) as told to Vice Admiral George C. Dyer, USN (retired).
  • An Intellectual Foundation for the Road to Pearl Harbor: Quincy Wright and Tachi Sakutaro By Hatsue Shinohara.
  • Pearl Harbor: Why, How, Fleet Salvage and Final Appraisal By Vice Admiral Homer N. Wallin USN(retired).
  • Report of Navy Court of Inquiry.
  • A page from 'Pearl Harbor Through Trident'.
  • Pages 304-305 from Pearl Harbor Attack.
  • Proceedings of Joint Committee 'Pearl Harbor Attack'.
  • Just Dumb Luck American Entry into World War II By S.E. Ambrose.
  • Congressman James p. Richards' Opposition to the 1941 Revision of Neutrality Act: A Southern Parts Company with His President By Joseph Edward Lee.
  • The Years of MacArthur Volume 1 1880-1941.
  • Copy of 2 Book Covers
  • -Roosevelt Confronts Hitler: America's Entry into World War II By Patrick J. Heardon.
  • -Pearl Harbor: The Verdict of History By Gordon W. Prange.
  • The Psychological Impact of War: Black Attitudes and the White Response Chapter 6 from the Afro-American and the Second World War.
  • The History of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in World War II: The War Against Japan By Grace Peason Hayes.
  • The Army Air Forces in World War II By Wesley Frank Craven and James Lea Cate.
  • While Colonel Remembers Heros, Horrors By Robert Goetz.
  • A Half Century of Conflict: Interpretations of U.S. World War II Diplomacy By Mark A. Stoler.
  • Amphibians Came to Conquer.
  • The 90-Division Gamble.
  • Decision to Land United States Forces in Iceland, 1941 By Byron Fairchild.
  • "The Evolution of the American Strategic Fighter in Europe, 1942-1944" By Stephen L. McFarland The Journal o/ Strategic Studies Vol. 10 No. 2 June 1987.
  • Submarine Commander By Rear Admiral Ben Bryant.
  • Atlantic Crisis Pacific Deterrence, and Acceleration of ABC-1 By B.R. W. Miller.
  • Map of Mediterranean-Possible Strategies Autumn 1943.
  • Map of Mediterranean-Possible Strategies April-August 1944.
  • Chronological Table Starting August 1942.
  • Chronological Table August 1943-Sept 1944.
  • Grand Strategy: Volume IV August 1942-Sept 1943 By Michael Howard.
  • Chapter XIII The Casablanca Conference I: The Outlines of Future Strategy from Planning the Invasion of Europe.
  • Appendix I: Washington War Conference American and British Strategy.
  • Appendix II: Directive to Commander-in -Chief, North Africa.
  • Appendix III: War Cabinet American-British Strategy in 1943.
  • Appendix IV: The Shipping Position.
  • Appendix V: Morning Thoughts.
  • Appendix VI: Defeat of the Axis Powers in Europe.
  • Appendix VII: Conditions of Armistice Signed on 3 September 1943.
  • Appendix VIII: Final Report to the President and Prime Minister.
  • Appendix IX: The Quebec Conference Appendix X: Cover Names
  • Chapter XXIX: The First Quebec Conference, August 1943 from Strategic Situation in Summer 1943.
  • Map of Italy, 1943-1944 "The Defence of Rome".
  • "Strategic Planning and the Policy Process: American Plans for War in East Asia, 1945-1950" By Roger Dingeman Naval War College Review.
  • Cartoons, Politics, and Race: A Critical and Quantitative View of How the Axis Powers were Viewed During the United States Involvement As a Belligerent. By Francis Rexford Cooley.
  • The Floating World: Japanese-American Memory of the Relocation Camps, 1942-1992 By Gordon O. Taylor.
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the treatment of Postwar Japan Rudolf Janssens.
  • A Myth of Consensus: Pro-Japanese Sentiment within the Black Community During World War II By Reginald Kearney.
  • "Compelling Japan's Surrender Without the A-Bomb, Soviet Entry, or Invasion: Reconsidering the U.S. Bombing Survey's Early Surrender Conclusions" By Barton J. Berstein The Journal o/ Strategic Studies Vol. 18 No. 2 June 1995.
  • General Bradley's Decision at Argentan (13 August 1944) By Martin Blumenson.
  • Grand Strategy: June 1941-August 1942 By J.M.A. Gwyer and J.R.M. Butler.
  • Alligators, Buffaloes, and Bushmasters: The History of the Development of the LVT through World War II By Alfred Dunlap Bailey.
  • General Brehon S, Somervell and the China-Burma-India Theater By John Kennedy Ohl.
  • Pan Am and the Navy: Pacific Partners By Justin H. Libby.
  • Congressional Oversight and Input in the Pacific Strategy of the United States During World War II By Dr. Frank J. Smist, Jr. and John P. Meiers.
  • The Road to the Second Front: The Diplomacy of the Invasion (Summary Paper) By Professor H.P. Willmont.
  • Point of No Return: The Story of the Twentieth Air Force By Wilbur H. Morrison.
  • The Avoidable War: The United States and Japan, 1941 By J. Fetzer.
  • Unknown Source:
  • -Chapter XII: Final SWPA Operations and Organization of AFPAC.
  • -Chapter XIII: "Downfall"-The Plan for the Invasion of Japan.
  • -Chapter XIV: Japan Surrenders.
  • Chapter: Sumio Hatano and Sadao Asada from The Japanese Decision to Move South.
  • US Naval Institute Proceedings September 1954.
  • Saipan: The Beginning of the End By Major Carl W. Hoffman.
  • Excerpts from Victory at Papua.
  • "War Memories Die Hard in Okinawa" By Ota Masahide Japan Quarterly January-March 1988.
  • Okinawa 1945: Gateway to Japan By Ian Gow.
  • Excerpts from Loss of Timor and Java.
  • On Stillwell and Galahad in Burma Parameters Spring 1987.
  • Battle for Burma
  • American Official Perceptions of Conventional Bombing: The Tokyo Raid of March 9/10, 1945.
  • Flames Over Tokyo: The US Army Air Forces Incendiary Campaign Against Japan, 1944-1945 By E. Bartlett Kell.
  • "Peleliu 1944: Why Did We Go There?" By Eugene B. Sledge Proceedings September 1994.
  • Guam's Role in the World War II By Dr. George Boughton, Dr. Gerald Berkeley, and Dr. Robert Underwood.
  • Japan's Losing Struggle for Guadalcanal Part I by Vice Admiral Raizo Tanaka US Naval Proceedings July 1956.
  • Santa Cruz and the Guadalcanal Campaign: A Reappraisal By John Prados.
  • Japan's Losing Struggle for Guadalcanal Part II By Vice Admiral Raizo Tanaka, US Naval Proceedings August 1956.
  • Book Cover: Not Ordinary Men: The Story of the Battle of Kohima By John Colvin.
  • Copy of Book Cover: "The First South Pacific Campaign: Pacific Fleet Strategy, December 1941-June 1942" By John B. Lundstrom.
  • Notes on World War II
  • Excerpts from Speaking Frankly By James F. Brynes.
  • Pages from Book: Midget Submarines.
  • Cover and Note Page to The Wainwright Papers.
  • Copy of Book Cover : High Command Excerpts from Crisis in Command
  • The Fall of the Phillippines.
  • Strategy and Command: The First Two Years By Louis Morton.
  • The Entry of the Soviet Union into the War Against Japan: Military Plans; 1941-1945.
  • The Defense of Wake By Lt. Colonel R.D. Heinl, Jr.
  • Map showing overall situation prior to the Japanese Surrender (Sept. 9, 1945).
  • Map showing an Account of the Kwei-lin-liuchow counteroffensive operations(late April-late July, 1945).
  • Map showing surrender and assembly areas of Japanese forces in the China theater (Sept. 13, 1945).
  • Map showing an account of the battle of Western Honan- Northern Hupei (Late March-Late May, 1945).
  • Map showing an account of the battle of Western Hunan (Early April-June, 1945).
  • Map showing an account of the battle of Kweilin-Liuchow (early Sept.-Mid. Dec.1944).
  • Map showing an Account of the Battle of Central Honan (Mid- April-Mid-June).
  • Map giving an account of Counteroffensive by Chinese Expeditionary Forces in Western Yunnan and Northern Burma (Mid-May, 1943-Late January, 1945).
  • Map showing an Account of the Battle of Changteh (Early November-Late December 1943).
  • Map giving an Account of the First Phase Northern Burma Operations of the Chinese Forces in India (Early November, 1943-Early August, 1944).
  • Map giving an Account of the Second Phase Operations in Northern Burma (Mid-October 1944-Late March 1945).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Chekaing-Kangs, (Mid- May-Early Sept.1942).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Western Hupei (Early May-Mid-June 1943).
  • Map giving an account of the third battle of Changsha (Early January-Mid-January 1942).
  • Map giving an Account of the Operations a long the Yunnan- Burma Road (Mid-March-Early June, 1942).
  • Map giving an account of Operations in the Third Stage, Second Phase.
  • Map giving an account of the Third Battle of Changsha (Early Sept.-Early Oct, 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the Operations during the Second Stage, Third Phase (late December, 1941-Late March, 1945).
  • Map giving an account of the Second Battle of Changsha (Early September-Early October 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Shang-Kao (Mid-march- Early April, 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Shouthern Shansi (Early May-Early June 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Southern Honan (Late January-Early February 1941).
  • Map giving an account of operations in Western Hupei (Early March-Mid-March 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Tsao-Yang-I-Ching (Early May-Mid-June 1940).
  • Map giving an account of Operations in Central Hupei (Late November-Early December 1940).
  • Map giving an account of Winter Offensive, 1939 (Late November 1939-March 1940).
  • Map giving an account of Operations During the Second Stage of the Second Phase (March 1940-Early December 1941).
  • Map giving an account of the 1st Battle of Changsha (Sept. 14- October 14, 1939).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Southern Kwangsi (Mid- October 1939-Late February 1940).
  • Map giving an account of the Nanchang Counteroffensive Operations (Early April-Early May, 1939).
  • Map giving account of the Battle of Sui Hsien-Tsaoyang (Late April-Mid-May 1939).
  • Map giving an account of Operations during the First Stage of the Second Phase (Mid-March 19390Early March 1940).
  • Map giving an account of the Battle of Nanchang (Mid- February-Late March 1939).
  • Map showing operations in Amoy (March 10-13, 1938).
  • Map showing the Battle of Northern and Eastern Honan (February 7-June 10, 1938).
  • Map showing the Battle of Wuhan (Mid-June-Mid-November 1938).
  • Map showing an account of operations along Nanking- Shanghai Railway (November-December 13, 1937).
  • Map showing an account of the Battle of Hsuchow (Late December, 1937-Early June 1938).
  • Map showing an account of the Battle of Taryuan (Mid.September-Early November 1939).
  • Map showing an account of Operations in the Vicinity of Wusung-Shanghai (August 13-November 9, 1937).
  • Map giving an account of Operations along Northern Sector of Peiping-Hankow Railway (August 21-November 12, 1937).
  • Map giving an account of Operations along Northern Sector of the Tientsin-Pukow Railway (Early September- Mid.November 1937).
  • Map giving an account of Operations along Eastern Sector of Peiping-suiyuan Railway (Early August-Late August 1937).
  • Map giving an account of First Phase Operations (Early July 1937-Mid. November 1938).
  • Sketch map giving brief account of Sino-Japanese War (September 18, 1931-August 14, 1945).
  • U.S. Counterattack on Wilkes 23 December, 1941, 19 Dec-20 Dec, 2 Nov-9 Nov.
  • Japanese Landing on Wilkes 23 December 1941.
  • Surface Action of 11 December 1941.
  • Surface Action of 11 December 1941.
  • Situation on Wake Island 23 December 1941.
  • Situation on Wake Island at Time of Surrender 23 December 1941.
  • U.S. and Japanese Naval Operations about Wake 21-24 December 1941.
  • Defense Installations on Wake 8-23 December 1941.
  • Prelude to Java Sea Battle Situation on 25-26 February 1942 and the Opening Phase.
  • Map of Java.
  • Map of a portion of Japanese Coast.
  • Attack on hill 600A 22-23 December 1943.
  • Beito Island.
  • Capture of Betio 20-23 November 1943.
  • Area of Coast Watchers Activities.
  • Japanese Defensive Plan
  • Map of Peleliu (2 Copies)
  • Situation on 15 December when I Mac is Relieved by XIV Corps.
  • Torokina Beachhead Evening of 26 November 1945.
  • Piva Forks Final Phase 24 November 1943.
  • Piva Forks 21-23 Nov 1943.
  • Piva Forks Second Day 20 November 1943.
  • XIV Corps Beachhead Cape Torokina 18 December 1943.
  • Hellzapoppin Ridge Attack by 21st Marines 18 December 1943
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine December 1941- August 1942.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine September 1942- August 1943.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine September 1943- May 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine June 1944- August 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant September 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine October 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine November 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine December 1944.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine January 1945.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine February 1945.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine March 1945.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine April 1945.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine May 1945.
  • Destruction of the Japanese Merchant Marine June 1945.
  • Advance to the East November-December 1943.
  • Battle of Coconut Grove; Second Phase, 14 Nov. 1943.
  • Battle of Coconut Grove; First Phase, 13 Nov. 1943.
  • Piva Action, Nov 1943.
  • Fight at Piva Roadblock 5-7 Nov. 1943.
  • Torokina Beachhead, Evening of 7 Nov 1943.
  • Battle of Koromokina Lagoon 7-8 Nov. 1943.
  • Situation, End of D-day; Cape Torokina 1 November 1943.
  • Enemy Defenses Cape Torokina 31 October 1943.
  • Maeda Encampment, 25-29 April 1945.
  • Attack on Shuri Defenses 25 April-3 May 1945.
  • Japanese Plan of Attack 4 May 1945.
  • Japanese Attack 4-5 May 1945.
  • Advance 3-10 March 1945 XXIV Corps 3-6 May Tenth Army 7-10 May.
  • Tenth Army Advance, 11-21 May 1945.
  • Sugar Loaf Hill, 6th Marine Division 18 May 1945. Flattop and Deck Hills 11-12 May 1945.
  • Conical Hill, 11-16 May 1945.
  • Conical Hill, 17-21 May 1945.
  • Closing in on Shuri, 22-29 May 1945.
  • Fall of Shuri 30-31 May 1945.
  • The Push South 1-3 June 1945.
  • Oroku and Vaeju-Dake 4-11 June 1945.
  • Breaching Yaeju-Dake 12-17 June 1945.
  • End of Organized Resistance 18-21 June 1945.
  • Strategic Situation in the Pacific.
  • Ryukyu Islands.
  • Okinawa Island Group.
  • Island of Okinawa.
  • Southern Okinawa.
  • Organization of Central Pacific Task Forces for the Ryukyus Campaign Jan 1945.
  • The Plan of Attack.
  • XXIV Corps Assignment of Shipping for the Assault on Okinawa.
  • Kerama Islands 77th Division 26-29 March 1945.
  • Tenth Army Advance 1-3 April 1945.
  • Japanese Defensive Positions 1 April 1945.
  • The Pinnacle, 1st Battalion 184th Infantry 6 April 1945.
  • Kakazu Ridge 9 April 1945.
  • Kakazu Ridge 10 April 1945.
  • XXIV Corps Advance 9-12 April 1945.
  • Japanese Attack 12-14 April 1945.
  • Japanese Plan of Attack 12 April 1945.
  • Advance in the North 6th Marine Division 4-8 April 1945.
  • Yae-Take, 6th Marine Division 8-20 April 1945.
  • Landing on IE Shima 77th Division 16 April 1945.
  • IE Shima 18 April 1945.
  • IE Shima 19 April 1945.
  • IE Shima 20-21 April 1945.
  • Fire plan of 272nd Ind Inf Bn for separation of American Infantry and Tanks.
  • XXIV Corps Attack, 19 April.
  • Item Pocket 165th Infantry, 20 April 1945.
  • Item Pocket 21 April.
  • Item Pocket 22-25 April.
  • Skyline Ridge 7th Division 19 April 1945.
  • Skyline Ridge 32nd Infantry 21 April 1945.
  • 96th Division 20-24 April.
  • Fight for the Pinnacles 20 April 1945.
  • Kakazu Pocket 21 April 1945.
  • Through Outer Shuri Defenses 19-24 April 1945.
  • Stalemate at Kochi 25 April-3 May 1945.
  • The China Theater and the Pacific War By Wenzhao Tao.
  • "Attrition Sustained by the First Front Army of the Chinese Red Army on the Long March, 1934-1935" By Karen Gernant Journal o/ Asian History Vol. 19 No. 2 1985.
  • "Effects of Attrition on National War Effort: The Japanese Army Experience in China, 1937-1938" By Alvin D.Coox Military A//airs Vol. 32 No. 2 October 1968.
  • Excerpts from "China at War"
  • -Cover from March 1941.
  • -Cover from January 1941.
  • -Valiant China Starts Her Sixth Year of Resistance.
  • -Secrets of Chinese Strength.
  • -Cover from July 1942.
  • -January 1943 "The Far Eastern Front".
  • -Various Articles without the date.
  • -Enemy Attempts at Bacteriological Warfare.
  • -Two Vital Allied Fronts in China.
  • -October 1940.
  • The War in China-August
  • Japanese Incendiarism
  • New Bombing Tactics
  • Chinese Pursuits Flight
  • Chinese Aerial Training
  • -November 1940
  • "The War in China-September"
  • The Far Eastern Scene-September
  • Japan Seeks Conquest of Singapore
  • "Indo-china Invasion"
  • "The Surrender of Tientsin"
  • -December 1940
  • "The War in China-October"
  • The Far Eastern Scene-October
  • -August 1939
  • "The War in China-June"
  • "British Envoy Pays Tribute to China"
  • -September 1939
  • "The War in China-July"
  • -October 1939
  • "The War in China-August"
  • -November 1939
  • "The War in China-September"
  • -December 1939
  • "The War in China-October"
  • -Supplement"China's Changsha Victory"
  • -August 1940
  • "The War in China-June"
  • "Checking Death Over Chungking"
  • -September 1940
  • "The War in China-July"
  • -The War in China-November
  • -The Far Eastern Scene-November
  • -February 1941 (Cover)
  • -The War in China-December 1940
  • -The Far Eastern Scene-December
  • -The War in China-January 1941
  • -The Far Eastern Scene-January
  • China and Japan At War, 1937-1945: The Politics of Collaboration By John Hunter.
  • Chapter 3: Japan and Naval Aspects of the Washington Conference
  • Chapter 4: Myth and Reality in Japan of the 1930s from Modern Japan.
  • Excerpts from An Intellectual History of Wartime Japan.
  • Excerpt from A Short History from Modern Japan.
  • Japanese Imperialism 1894-1945 By W.G. Beasley.
  • Japanese Foreign Policy, 1869-1942: Kasumigaseki to Miyakezaka By Ian Nish.
  • The War Against Japan, 1941-1945 An Annotated Bibliography By John J. Sbrega.
  • Excerpt from Article "Emperor Showa's Accountability for War" By Awaya Kentaro Japan Quarterly October-December 1991
  • Form Without Content: Domei Tsushinsha and Japan's Wartime News Network By Roger Purdy.
  • "Makusatsu, Japan's Response to the Potsdam Declaration" By Kazuo Kawai Paci/ic Historical Review Vol. 19 1950.
  • Isoruke Yamaoto.
  • The Japanese Occupation of America's Pacific Colony: The Phillippine Commonwealth Sustained By Grant K. Goodman.
  • Bix: Showa Emperor from Journal o/ Japanese Studies.
  • "Conscripted Into Shame" By Susan Brownmiller The Nation August 14/21, 1995.
  • Japanese Wartime Rhetoric in the Traditional Philosophical Context By Marleen Kassel.
  • Kamikaze By William J. Ikerman.
  • Shumei Okawa and his Ideal of a Renascent Asia By Makiyo Hori.
  • The Yamamoto Mission and Its Aftermath By R. Cargill Hall.
  • The Failure of the Japanese Convoy Escort By Major Y. Horie US Naval Institute Proceedings October 1956.
  • The War Against Japan: The Loss of Singapore By Major- General S. Woodburn Kirby.
  • Pearl Harbor Documents.
  • "Court of Subjects in Radiation Experiments is Raised to 16,000" "Treasure Hunters Head to Court Over Gold on Sunken Submarines" New York Times August 20, 1995.
  • Japan's New Order in Northeast Asia Chapter from an unknown book.
  • Japanese Naval Shipbuilding.
  • Japanese War Production Industries.
  • The Effects of Strategic Bombing on Japan's War Economy.
  • The War Against Japanese Transportation 1941-1945.
  • The Japanese Aircraft Industry.
  • The Effects of Bombing on Health and Medical Service in Japan.
  • Final Report: Covering Air-Raid Protection and Allied Subjects in Japan.
  • Japan's Military and Economic Situation and the Battle for Okinawa.
  • Pearl Harbor Minus 95 Minutes: Japan's Attack on Kona Bahru.
  • "How Bonn, Tokyo Slyly Help Bush" By Jeffrey E. Garten The New York Times July 21, 1988.
  • Diplomatic History Vol. 19 No. 2 Spring 1945
  • Hiroshima in History and Memory: A Symposium Japan's Delayed Surrender: A Reinterpretation by Herbet P. Hix
  • Excerpt from "Understanding the Atomic Bomb and the Japanese Surrender: Missed Opportunities, Little Known Near Disasters, and Modern Memory" By Barton Bernstein.859:859
  • "The Bombed: Hiroshimas and Nagasakis in Japanese Memory" By John Dower.
  • "Exotic Resonance's: Hiroshima in American Memory"By Paul Boyer.
  • "History, Collective Memory, and the Decision to Use the Bomb" By J. Samuel Walker.
  • "The Quest for a Peace Culture: The A-Bomb Survivors' Long Struggle and the New Movement for Redressing Foreign Victims of Japan's War" By Seiitsu Tachibana.
  • "Atomic Holocaust, Nazi Holocaust: Some Reflections" By Richard H. Minear.
  • The Decision to Use the Bomb: A Historiographical Update By J. Samuel Walker.
  • "50 Years Later, the Debate Rages Over Hiroshima" By Karen J. Winkler The Chronicle o/ Higher Education April 21, 1995.
  • "Hiroshima: A Survey of Shock" By Lawrence Freedmon and Saki Dockrill from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima.
  • "Understanding the Atomic Bomb and the Japanese Surrender; Missed Opportunities, Little Known Near Disasters, and Modern Memory" By Barton J. Bernstein Diplomatic History.
  • The Atomic Bomb: Critical Issues By Barton Bernstein.
  • Radical Historians News letter Number 72, May 1995 The Battle of Enola Gay.
  • "Through Survivors Tales Nagasaki Joins Japan's Timeless Folklore" The New York Times August 20, 1995.
  • A Tale of Two Bombs by Jay M. Gould The Nation February 20, 1995.
  • Hiroshima Memories By Hideko Tamura Friedman.
  • Smithsonian Suffers Legionnaires' Disease By: Stanley Goldberg.
  • Misconceived Patriotism By Barton J. Bernstein.
  • The Atomic Bomb and American Foreign Policy, 1941-1945: An Historiographical Controversy' By Barton J. Bernstein.
  • Roosevelt, Truman, and the Atomic Bomb, 1941-1945: A Reinterpretation.
  • Always' the Target? By Arjun Makhijani.
  • Feature Review- "Did Hiroshima Signal the Beginning or the End? The World Nuclear Disarmament Movement's Effort to Influence the Answer By Chadwick F. Alger Diplomatic History.
  • Dehousing By Mike Moore Bulletin.
  • Pages from 'Hiroshima' International Security.
  • Japan Surrenders: Atomic Bomb Dropped on Nagasaki.
  • "Japanese's Delayed Surrender" Diplomatic History.
  • Pages 172-173 from The Nation April 14/21, 1995.
  • 1 Page from 'Atomic Bomb Targeting-Myths and Realities' By Otis Cary Japan Quarterly October-December 1979 Vol. XXVI No. 4.
  • A page from Security with Nuclear Weapons.
  • World War II (notes).
  • Suggested Reading List.
  • Operation Overlord, D-Day June 6, 1944.
  • Announcing the Spring Schedule of Brown Bag Lunches on Third World Defenses Issues.
  • 1987 Art of War Symposium.
  • The New York Military Affairs Symposium, Inc.
  • New York Military Affairs Symposium presents Professor Arden Bucholz Seminar on Prussian General Staff.
  • Poster ad for International Security Programs Public Lecture Series The Laws of War: Constraints on Warfare in the Western World.
  • Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs International Security Policy Program Syllabus.
  • Release About a Book on World War II POWS.
  • World War II Author's Contact Sheet.
  • Combat Cassettes By James Dingeman and Richard Jupa.
  • "Valor and the Apology" Macleans 23 November 1992 "Minister Says Politicians Should Stay Out of Journalism" By Paul Gessell.
  • Memo to Andrew Phillips from Tom Wisker and Jim Dingeman about Show on Attack on Pearl Harbor.
  • Memo Conference Papers to Jim Dingeman.
  • Military Games.
  • Reuter News Reports:
  • -Allied Leaders in France for D-day Ceremonies.
  • -German Media Takes Low-key, ,Grateful Look at D-day.
  • -Veterans Re-enact D-Day, Leaders Sail for France.
  • -Delors Raps Rome Neo-fascist, Sees Hideos Beast.
  • -Clinton Joins Navy for D-day Anniversary Crossing.
  • -U.S. May Call for Non-U.N. Pyongyang sanctions.
  • -Australian heroine played crucial role in D-day.
  • -U.S. Veterans Re-enacted D-day Parachute Drop.
  • -Clinton says U.S. More Active than Ever on World Stage.
  • -Russian Women Pilots Remember Wartime Heroics.
  • -D-day Events May Give Clinton Political Boost.
  • -Old Paratroopers Jump in D-day Re-enactment.
  • -Leaders Thank Veterans After D-day Service.
  • -South Korea gets Tough on Sanctions against North.
  • -Clinton Jogs Through D-day Marshalling Area.
  • -Veterans, Military Buffs throng Paratroops Town.
  • -Germany Chose Not to Join D-day Ceremonies.
  • -Better Weather for D-day Finale in Britain.
  • -Mitterrand Thanks Veterans as Ex-paras prepare Jump.
  • -Ex-paratroopers prepare to re-enact D-day Assault.
  • -British D-day Ceremonies End with 'Drumhead service'.
  • -U.S. veterans Urged to Sign Up on Wall of Liberty.
  • -Military told to Combat any Invasion by 'All Measures'.
  • -New Book on Clinton Depicts White House Infighting.
  • -Clintons Meet Queen Elizabeth at Commemoration.
  • -Yanks, Brits Recall War Years a Half Century Ago.
  • -Thousand Watch Massive D-Day Re-enactment.
  • -Canadian Veteran Weep for Fallen 'Brothers'.
  • -Clinton Hails D-day Sacrifice, Germans Remember.
  • -Germany: Half Think Bonn Should be at D-day Events.
  • -Germans, Allies Honor Each Other's War Dead.
  • -Veterans Mark 50th Anniversary of Rome Liberation.
  • -U.S. Paratroop Veterans likely to jump after all.
  • -Royals Present United Front for D-day ceremonies.
  • -Winds, Rain lash Britain's D-day Observances.
  • -Yanks had a lot to learn about Britain.
  • -Germans Honor U.S. British D-day War dead.
  • -Clinton Major Honor World War Two Dead.
  • -Spirit of Democracy celebrated in D-day Museum.
  • -Allied Leaders Converge on Britain for D-day.
  • -Clinton offers Major condolences on 'Copter Crash'.
  • -Weather Forecast for D-day Anniversary.
  • -D-day Veterans Hailed by Grateful French Invasion Beaches.
  • -British Weather Threatens D-day Commemoration.
  • -Ex-Farrakhan Aide Leaves Hospital.
  • -Downbeat on Analyzing Korea's Nuclear Program.
  • -U.S. Considers N. Korea sanctions Russia skeptical.
  • -High Spirited U.S. Paratroop vets hit Normandy.
  • -D-day Ceremonies Begin with Solemn Remembrance.
  • -Old Comrades Converge on French Invasion Beaches.
  • -Germany's Republicans Accused of Neo-Nazi Links.
  • -Spike-Lee in Hotwater Over Basketball Loss.
  • -Clintons Marvel at Wonders of Ancient Rome.
  • -Weather Threatens Vets D-day jump.
  • -Daimler-Benz used Slave labor in War, Report Says.
  • -Key Statistics on Allied D-day Landings in Normandy.
  • -Clinton Salutes Heroes of Italian Campaign.
  • -Disney can't prevent Gay Day at Disney.
  • -Return to Anzio sparks Painful Memories.
  • -Old Comrades Converge on French Invasion Beaches.
  • -Former S.S. Officer Remer Freed in Spain.
  • -Reuters North American News Pictures.
  • -Emperor Stresses War Memory in U.S. Trip.
  • -How Auschwitz Heard of D-day.
  • -Clinton Salutes Heroes of Italian Campaign.
  • -British Commandos Remains Found 50 Years Later.
  • -Inkatha Minister Tied to Gun-running paper says.
  • -South Korea Backs U.S. Calls for Sanctions on North.
  • -Rwandan Rebels Urge Army to Break Ranks.
  • -Edmonton Connection Comes Through for Rangers.
  • -Britain Marks Anniversary of World War II Turning Point.
  • -Clinton to Honor U.S. Servicemen Killed in Italy.
  • -Aristide Urges Action 'to get rid of thugs'.
  • Japan Favors Warning North Korea Before Sanctions.
  • Folder for promotion of movie hiroshima on showtime
  • Promotional Folder for Book No Ordinary Time by Doris Kearns Goodwin
  • International Security Policy Association presents Capt. David Bolger, Capt. Jacob Meyers, and Major Peter Schiferrle.
  • Fall Lecture Series on Military History and defense Affairs NOTES:
  • -SS Gruppenfuher Heinz Rhenfarth.
  • -Doctor Oslar Direwangev.
  • -SS Brigadefurher.
  • -The Warsaw Uprising Soviet Airlift.
  • -Uprising.
  • -Mikolajczyk Arrives in Moscow.
  • -Germans Attack.
  • -Cemetary Battle.
  • -Old Town.
  • -German Policy to Poland.
  • -Airlift.
  • -Politics and Supplies: The Soviet Union.
  • -Soviet Airlift.
  • -Frantic.
  • -Airlift.
  • -Lvov-Sandomierz.
  • -Background of USSR-Polish Rebels.
  • -General Von Dem Bach Zalewski.
  • Summer Lecture Series on Military History and Defense Affairs.
  • 1986 Fall Lecture Series on Military History.
  • 1987 Spring Lecture Series on Military History.
  • John Keegan Sr. Lecturer in War Studies Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst.
  • 1985 Spring Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs and Arms Control.
  • 1985 Fall Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs and Arms Control.
  • 1985 Spring Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs, and Arms Control.
  • Summer Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs, and Arms Control.
  • Summer Lecture Series on Military History and Defense History.
  • 1985 Fall Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs and Arms Control.
  • Fall Lecture Series on Military History and Defense Affairs.
  • Summer Lecture Series on Military History and Defense Affairs.
  • Summer Lecture Series on Military History, Defense Affairs, and Arms Control.
  • Marder III. By: Horst Scheibert.
  • Amtracs in Action. By: Jim Mesko.
  • British Armored Cars Since 1945. By: Simon Dunstan.
  • Soviet Mechanized Firepower, 1941-1945. By: Steven J. Zaloga and J. Magnuski.
  • The Road to Berlin. By: Steven J. Zaloga and James Grandsen.
  • The Man From Independence.
  • Waffen in Action. By: Norman Harms.
  • Luftwaffe Uniforms. By: J.P. Chantrain, R. Pied, and R. Smeets.
  • 7 December 1941: The Air Force Story. By: Leatrice R. Aarkaki and John R. Kuborn.
  • SBD Dauntless in Action. By: Rob Stern.
  • Lancaster in Action. By: R.S.G. Mackay.
  • Ju 87 Stuka in Action. By: Brian Filley.
  • Messerschmitt BF 109 in Action, Part 1. By: John R. Beaman , Jr. and Jerry L. Campbell.
  • Messerschmitt BF 109 in Action, Part 2. By: John R. Beaman, Jr.
  • B-17 in Action. By: Larry Davis.
  • Junkers Ju 88 in Action. Part 1. By Brian Filley.
  • F7F Tigercat in Action. By: Captain W.E. Scarborough USN (Ret.).
  • Focke-wulf FW 189 in Action. By: George Punka.
  • SB2U Vindicator in Action. By: Tom Doll.
  • Hurricane in Action. By: Jerry Scutts.
  • A-20 Havoc in Action. By: Jim Mesko.
  • Bristol Blenheim in Action. By: Ron Mackay.(2Copies).
  • F4U Corsair in Action. By: Larry Davis.
  • T-6 Texan in Action. By: Larry Davis.
  • T-34 Mentor in Action. By: Lou Drendel.
  • Sukhoi Fitters in Action. By: Hans-Heiri Stapfer.
  • P2V Neptune in Action. By: Jim Sullivan.
  • FR-1 Fireball. By: Ernest McDowell.
  • Prelude to Pearl Harbor: The Air War in China, 1937-1941. By: Ray Wagner.
  • Stuka. By: Joachim Dressel.
  • B-52 Stratoforttress. By: Jeffrey L. Ethell.
  • P-51 Mustang. By: Jeffrey L. Ethell.
  • U.S. Tactical Air Power, Europe 1942-1945. By: Roger A. Freeman.
  • U.S. Strategic Air Power Europe 1942-1945. By: Roger A. Freeman.
  • Escort Carriers in Action. By: Al Adcock.
  • The Development of Amphibious Tactics in the U.S. Navy. By: General Holland M. Smith, U.S. Marines Corps. (Ret.).
  • From the Don to the Dneiper: Soviet Offensive Operations- December 1942-August 1943.
  • CSI Report No. 11 Soviet Defense Tactics at Kursk, July 1943. By: Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Operational Deception: The Red Cloak. By: Lieutenant Colonel Richard N. Armstrong. (2 Copies)
  • Combat in Russian Forests and Swamps. By: Dept. of Army.
  • Effects of Climate on Combat in European Russia. By: Dept. of Army.
  • The Battle of Livergnano: Actions of the 361st Infantry 91st Division at Livergnano, Italy October 10-14, 1944. By: Roy Livengood.
  • The 101st Airborne Division's Defense at Bastogne. By: Colonel Ralph M. Mitchell.
  • The 9th Australian Division Versus the Africa Corps: An Infantry Division Against Tanks-Tobruk, Libya, 1941. By: Colonel Ward A. Miller.
  • Busting the Bocage: American Combined Arms Operation in France, 6 June-31 July 1944. By: Captain Michael D. Doubler.
  • Outpost in the North Atlantic: Marines in the Defense of Iceland. By: Colonel James A. Donovan, U.S. Marine Corps. (Ret.).
  • Opening Moves: Marines Gear Up for War. By: henry I. Shaw, Jr.
  • A Different War: Marines in Europe and North Africa. By: Lieutenant Colonel Harry W. Edwards, U.S. Marines Corps. (Ret.).
  • A Magnificent Fight: Marines in the Battle for Wake Island By: Roger J. Cressman.
  • Time of Aces: Marines Pilots in the Solomons, 1942-1944. By: Commander Peter Mersky, US Naval Reserve.
  • Up the Slot: Marines in the Central Solomons. By: Major Charles D. Melson, U.S. Marine Corps. (Ret.).
  • First Offensive: The Marine Campaign for Guadlcanal. By: Henry I. Shaw, Jr.
  • Breaking the Outer Ring: Marine Landing in the Marshall Islands. By: Captain John C. Chapin, U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve (Ret.).
  • A Close Encounter: The Marine Landing on Tinian. By: Richard Harwood.
  • Cape Gloucester: The Green Inferno. By: Bernard C. Nalty.
  • Breaching the Marianas: The Battle for Spain. By: Captain John C. Chapin, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve (Ret.).
  • Infamous Day: Marines at Pearl Harbor 7 December 1941. By: Robert J. Cressman and J. Michael Wenger.
  • Liberation: Marines in the Recapture of Guam. By: Cyril J. O'Brien.
  • Midway 1942: Turning-Point in the Pacific. By: Mark Healy.
  • Account of U.S.-Japanese Imperial Strategy in Asia. By: Jim Shoch.
  • Japanese Armed Forces Order of Battle 1937-1945 Vol. II. BY: W. Victor Madej.
  • The Japanese Remember the Pacific War. By: Asahi Shinbun.
  • 1942.Issue in Doubt.
  • The Soviet Airborne Experience. By: Lieutenant Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Special Operations: The Legacy of the Great Patriotic War. By: James F. Holcomb, Jr.
  • Soviet Operational Art and Tactics in the 1930s. By: Colonel David M.Glantz.
  • Soviet Operational Intelligence in the Kursk Operation. By: Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Use of War Experience: The Mobile Group of 5th Tank Army in the Penetration, Stalingrad, Nov 1942. By: Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Use of War Experience: The Tank and Mechanized Corps Exploit the Penetration. By: Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Special Purpose Forces: An Annotated Bibliography Maj. James F. Gebhardt.
  • Observing the Soviets: Army Attaches in Eastern Europe During the 1930s. By: Colonel David M. Glantz.
  • Soviet Naval Special Purpose Forces in World War II.
  • The Nature and Contemporary Implications of Soviet Military Strategy in the Second World War.
  • Soviet Naval Special Purpose Forces: Origins and Operations in World War II. By: James F. Gebhardt.
  • Undersea Warfare in Russian and Soviet Naval Art, 1853- 1941. By: Dr. Jacob W. Kipp.
  • Biographical Sketch on Valentin Ivanovich Vaarennikov. By: Dr. Jacob W. Kipp.
  • The Methodology of Foresight and Forecasting in Soviet Military Affairs. By: Dr. Jacob W. Kipp.
  • German Unification Accidentally on Purpose. BY: John Lough.
  • Barbarossa, Soviet Covering Forces and the Initial Period of War; Military History and Airland Battle. Dr. Jacob W. Kipp.
  • The Anti-tank Reserve and the Mobile Obstacle Detachment in Combat. By: CJ Dick.
  • Selected Readings in the History of Soviet Operational Art By: Dr. Harold S. Orenstein.
  • Toward Combined Arms Warfare: A Survey of the 20th Century Tactics, Doctrine, and Organization. By: Captain Jonathon M. House.
  • Documents in the Enola Gay Controversy. By: John T. Correll.
  • Enola Gay Coverage.
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Added: 06 Dec 2001 [Updated: 24 Mar 2017]