Book Reviews 2002

Republic of Korea Official History of the Korean War
December 30
The Roman-Judaeo War of 66-74 A.D.: A Military Analysis
November 30
Military History's Most Wanted: : The Top 10 Book of Improbable Victories, Unlikely Heroes, and Other Martial Oddities (Brassey's Most Wanted Series)
September 20
China Attacks
July 09
The Last Year of the Luftwaffe, May1944 to May 1945
June 25
Doctrine Under Fire: American Artillery Employment in World War I
April 27
After Clausewitz: German Military Thinkers Before the Great War
April 27
A Bright and Uncertain Hold: A History of the Sixty-Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry
April 27
The Philadelphia Navy Yard: From the Birth of the U.S. Navy to the Nuclear Age
April 27
The Battle of Glorieta: Union Military Victory in the West
April 13
Buffalo Soldiers and Officers of the Ninth Cavalry, 1867-1898: Black and White Together
April 13
The Black Infantry in the West, 1869-1891
April 13
Stars in the Corps: Movie Actors in the United States Marines
April 13
Terror on the Chesapeake: The War of 1812 on the Bay
April 13
Major McKinley: William McKinley and the Civil War
April 03
Stars in Khaki: Movie Actors in the Army and the Air Services
April 03
A War to be Won: Fighting the Second World War
April 03
Don Carlos Buell: Most Promising of All
March 29
Patton and His Third Army
March 29
Training, Tactics and Leadership in the Confederate Army of Tennessee: Seeds of Failure
March 21
See No Evil : The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism
March 02
Monitor: The Story of the Legendary Civil War Ironclad and the Men Whose Invention Changed the Course of Naval History
February 05
The First 24 Hours of War in the Pacific
January 28
The Chessboard of War: Sherman and Hood in the Autumn Campaigns of 1864
January 26



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