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Readings In Military History
Full-text of articles by NYMAS members


NEW    The Irish Civil War, 1922-1923: 
A Military Study of the Conventional Phase,

a paper delivered to NYMAS on December 11, 1998
by Paul V. Walsh
Temple University


German and English Propaganda
in World War I

a paper given to NYMAS on December 1, 2000
by Jonathan A. Epstein

CUNY Graduate Center/NYMAS

Some Thoughts on the Japanese Naval Airforce Land Based Bomber Program
by Dwight Cox

Click here for Steven Zaloga's articleDefending the Kremlin: The First Generation of Soviet Strategic Air Defense Systems 1950-60 by Steven J. Zaloga   (This article appeared originally in the Journal of Slavic Military Studies.)

Soviet Tank Operations
in the Spanish Civil War
by Steven J. Zaloga


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The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary: From Past to Present
by C. Kay Larson



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Source Materials
in Military History
Full-text articles and books

Guilford Courthouse

National Park Service, Handbook 30, 1961


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Vietnam: Cease Fire To Capitulation
Author: Capt. William E. Le Gro
US Army Center of Military History
Chapters 1-6  |  7-12  |  13-18

Korea, 1950-51  The Changjin Journal:
The Chosin Campaign

From Iwon to Chosin: A Photo Essay 

History of the Chosin Story  New

Editor: Colonel George A. Rasula, USA (Ret .)

Click here for AAF Combat Units

Air Force Combat Units of World War II

NEW: complete 506 page work, keyword searchable 


Edited by Maurer Maurer ; USAF Historical Division, Air University, Washington :Date: 1986

Parts  1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  | 6  |  7  |  8  |



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