Book Reviews 2022

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Fighting for the United States, Executed in Britain: US Soldiers Court-Martialled in WWII
May 26
Mars Adapting: Military Change During War
May 23
¡Vamos a avanzar!: The Chaco War and Bolivia's Political Transformation, 1899–1952
May 19
Hugh Lenox Scott, 1853–1934: Reluctant Warrior
May 16
Prevail until the Bitter End: Germans in the Waning Years of World War II
May 13
The War of Jenkins' Ear: The Forgotten Struggle for North and South America: 1739-1742
May 09
The Summer of ’63: Vicksburg and Tullahoma: Favorite Stories and Fresh Perspectives from the Historians at Emerging Civil War
May 04
The United States Navy in World War II: From Pearl Harbor to Okinawa
May 01
Arming the Irish Revolution: Gunrunning and Arms Smuggling, 1911– 1922
April 28
Incidental Archaeologists: French Officers and the Rediscovery of Roman North Africa
April 25
Dirty Eddie's War: Based on the World War II Diary of Harry “Dirty Eddie” March, Jr., Pacific Fighter Ace
April 22
The Cavalry at Appomattox: A Tactical Study of Mounted Operations during the Civil War’s Climatic Campaign, March 27-April 9, 1865
April 19
Clash of the Capital Ships: From the Yorkshire Raid to Jutland
April 16
Down the Warpath to the Cedars: Indians' First Battles in the Revolution
April 13
Lincoln Comes to Gettysburg: The Creation of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
April 10
Commanding the Pacific: Marine Corps Generals in World War II
April 07
Modern South Korean Air Power: The Republic of Korea Air Force Today
April 04
The Civil War in Maryland Reconsidered
April 01
Between Mutiny and Obedience: The Case of the French Fifth Infantry Division during World War I,
March 28
Battleship Commander: The Life of Vice Admiral Willis A. Lee Jr.
March 21
Passing Through the Fire: Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain in the Civil War
March 18
The Battle of Britain: Five Months That Changed History; May-October 1940
March 15
Stalin's War: A New History of World War II
March 12
Custer: From the Civil War’s Boy General to the Battle of the Little Bighorn
March 09
Custer: From the Civil War’s Boy General to the Battle of the Little Bighorn
March 09
Pacific Carrier War: Carrier Combat from Pearl Harbor to Okinawa
March 06
The Man Who Punched Jefferson Davis: The Political Life of Henry S. Foote, Southern Unionist
February 25
Unsung Hero of Gettysburg: The Story of Union General David McMurtrie Gregg
February 20
The Boy Generals: George Custer, Wesley Merritt, and the Cavalry of the Army of the Potomac
February 15
Divided Armies: Inequality and Battlefield Performance in Modern War
February 10
From Arlington to Appomattox: Robert E. Lee’s Civil War, Day by Day, 1861-1865
February 06
Strike from the Sea: The Development and Deployment of Strategic Cruise Missiles since 1934
February 04
The Siege of Vicksburg: Climax of the Campaign to Open the Mississippi River, May 23-July 4, 1863
January 28
The Horse at Gettysburg: Prepared for the Day of Battle
January 20
The German War of 1866: The Bohemian and Moravian Campaign
January 14
Gettysburg Rebels: Five Native Sons Who Came Home to Fight as Confederate Soldiers
January 12
The Evolution of the Armed Forces of the United Arab Emirates
January 10
The First Code Talkers: Native American Communicators in World War I
January 08
Pioneers of Irregular Warfare: Secrets of the Military Intelligence Research Department of the Second World War
January 06
The Winter that Won the War: The Winter Encampment at Valley Forge, 1777-1778
January 04
The Last Viking: The True Story of King Harald Hardrada
January 02



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