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New Books, Summer 2019

The following list represents titles newly acquired by ALIC.

  1. Behind the exhibit: displaying science and technology at world's fairs and museums in the twentieth century. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2019. xv, 263 pages.
    Q 105 A1 B46 2019
  2. The concentration camp SS 1936-1945: Division of Labour among the Perpetrators in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, an exhibition at the historical site. Berlin: Metropol-Verlag, [2018]. 426 pages.
    D 805.5 S23 C663 2018
  3. The Great War: U.S. Army Art. Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2018. xiii, 160 pages.
    D 522 G66 2018
  4. The Great War: U.S. Army artifacts. Washington, D.C: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2018. xiii, 146 pages.
    D 503 G74 2018
  5. The legacy of American naval power: reinvigorating maritime strategic thought: an anthology. Quantico, Virginia: History Division, United States Marine Corps, 2019. xviii, 409 pages.
    VA 50 L44 2019
  6. Needs and opportunities in the modern history of the U.S. Navy. Washington, DC: Naval History and Heritage Command, Department of the Navy, 2018. viii, 419 pages.
    VA 58.4 N44 2018
  7. Akers, Regina T. The Navy's first enlisted women: patriotic pioneers. Washington, DC: Department of the Navy, [2019]. vi, 68 pages.
    D 639 W7 A34 2019
  8. Bartosik, Igor. Poczatki obozu Auschwitz w swietle materialow zrodlowych = The origins of the Auschwitz camp in the light of the source materials. Oswiecim: Panstwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau, 2018. 377 pages.
    D 805.5 A96 B37 2018
  9. Bauer, Richard J. SSGT Bauer's story: a U.S. WWII machine gunner's war in the South Pacific with F Company, 35th Regiment, 25th Infantry Division. Carol Stream, IL: Publisher's Graphics, 2018. xxii, 392 pages.
    UA 27.5 25th B38 2018
  10. Camp, Richard D. Ringed by fire: U.S. Marines and the Siege of Khe Sanh, 21 January to 9 July 1968. Quantico, Virginia: History Division, Marine Corps University, 2019. 89 pages.
    DS 557.8 K5 C36 2019
  11. Dahlgren, John Adolphus Bernard. The autobiography of Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren. Washington, DC: Naval History and Heritage Command, Department of the Navy, 2018. xvi, 180 pages.
    E 467.1 D13 A3 2018
  12. Dastrup, Boyd L. Artillery strong: modernizing the field artillery for the 21st century. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: Combat Studies Institute Press, [2018]. x, 284 pages.
    UA 32 D375 2018
  13. Fisher, Tracy, J.D., Ph.D. Burying America's World War dead. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, [2019] xxiv, 301 pages.
    D 524.7 U6 F57 2019
  14. Lamb, Christopher J. The Mayaguez Crisis, mission command, and civil-military relations. Washington, DC: Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 2018. xxiii, 284 pages, 26 unnumbered pages of plates.
    E 865 L366 2018
  15. Larson, Bradley G. All the hometown boys: Wisconsin's 150th Machine Gun Battalion in World War I. Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press, [2019] xi, 232 pages.
    D 570.34 150th L37 2019
  16. Maxwell, Jeremy P. Brotherhood in combat: how African Americans found equality in Korea and Vietnam. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, [2018] xv, 207 pages.
    E 185.63 M38 2018
  17. Shaw, Cedric Hadaway. "...well and happy...": letters to and from 1st Lt. Cedric Hadaway Shaw 11th Infantry American Expeditionary Force in France 1918. Parker [Colorado]: [Bookcrafters], 2019. 85 pages.
    D 570.9 S53 2019
  18. Sheehan-Dean, Aaron Charles. The calculus of violence: how Americans fought the Civil War. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2018. 465 pages.
    E 468 S35 2018
  19. Snell, Mark A. Gettysburg's other battle: the ordeal of an American shrine during the First World War. Kent, Ohio: The Kent State University Press, [2018] xvi, 310 pages.
    F 159 G5 S64 2018
  20. Steplyk, Jonathan M. Fighting means killing: Civil War soldiers and the nature of combat. Lawrence, Kansas : University Press of Kansas, [2018] x, 294 pages.
    E 468.9 S857 2018
  21. United States. Department of Veterans Affairs. Federal stewardship of Confederate dead. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, 2016. xxv, 311 pages.
    UB 393 F43 2016