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New Books, Fall 2023

  1. Army history and heritage. Fort Eustis, Virginia: United States Army Training and Doctrine Command ; Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, 2022. xi, 296 pages.
    E 181 F96 2022
  2. Die Bischofe Conrad Grober und Joannes Baptista Sproll und der Nationalsozialismus: historischer Kontext und historisches Erinnern. Ostfildern: Thorbecke, [2022] 364 pages.
    BX 1536 B573 2022
  3. Connecting women: national and international networks during the long nineteenth century. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Scholarly Press, 2021. vi, 269 pages.
    HQ 1881 C65 2021
  4. Exploring Greenland: cold war science and technology on ice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, [2016] xiii, 311 pages.
    G 743 E96 2016
  5. From hegemony to competition: Marine perspectives on expeditionary advanced basing operations. Quantico, Virginia: Marine Corps University Press, 2022. xvii, 202 pages.
    VA 67 F76 2022
  6. A history of intellectual property in 50 objects. Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 2019. xii, 429 pages.
    K 1401 H59 2019
  7. Leading and managing archives and manuscripts programs. Chicago: ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2019. x, 204 pages.
    CD 950 L42 2019
  8. On contested shores: the evolving role of amphibious operations in the history of warfare. Quantico, Virginia: Marine Corps University Press, 2020. xix, 430 pages.
    U 261 O5 2020
  9. The ten thousand-day war at sea: the U.S. Navy in Vietnam, 1950-1975. Norfolk, VA: Hampton Roads Naval Museum, 2020. 101 pages.
    DS 558.4 T46 2020
  10. The tenth Winton M. Blount Postal History Symposium: World War I and its immediate aftermath, select papers. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2022. viii, 104 pages.
    HE 6041 T46 2022
  11. The word illuminated: form and function of Qur'anic manuscripts from the seventh to seventeenth centuries. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Scholarly Press, 2022. ix, 218 pages.
    ND 2955 W67 2022
  12. Anderson, David P. The rise of the Condor: a history of the RC-26B "Condor" in the Air National Guard. Joint Base Andrews, Maryland: ANG History Office, [2022] 365 pages.
    UG 1242 R4 A63 2022
  13. Armstrong, Benjamin. Small boats and daring men: maritime raiding, irregular warfare, and the early American Navy. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, [2019] xi, 264 pages.
    E 182 A76 2019
  14. Bielakowski, Alexander M. Proud warriors: African American combat units in World War II. Denton, Texas: University of North Texas Press, [2021] xiv, 335 pages.
    D 810 N4 B386 2021
  15. Bixby, Patrick. License to travel: a cultural history of the passport. Oakland, California: University of California Press, [2022] xiii, 230 pages.
    K 3273 B59 2022
  16. Bordewich, Fergus M. Klan war: Ulysses S. Grant and the battle to save Reconstruction. xix, 447 pages.
    E 668 B677 2023
  17. Bouk, Dan. Democracy's data: the hidden stories in the U.S. census and how to read them. New York: MCD ; Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022. xii, 362 pages.
    HA 181 B58 2022
  18. Caswell, Michelle. Urgent archives: enacting liberatory memory work. London ; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021. xii, 129 pages.
    CD 3021 C37 2021
  19. Fennell, John J. For weal or woe, my state will determine our destiny: the lives of West Point cadets who resigned from school to fight in the Civil War. Morrisville, NC: Lulu Press, [2021] x, 311 pages.
    U 410 M1 A32 2021
  20. Folse, Mark R. Operation Enduring Freedom: September 2001-March 2002. Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2022. 103 pages.
    DS 371.412 F66 2022
  21. Gajda, Amy. Seek and hide: the tangled history of the right to privacy. [New York, New York]: Viking, [2022] xxii, 376 pages.
    KF 1262 G35 2022
  22. Gasero, Russell Louis. A historical footprint:: reflections of a life in the archives. East Brunswick, New Jersey: Wit & Intellect Publishing, 2021. xiv, 116 pages.
    CD 997 G37 2021
  23. Givens, Adam T. The mobility war: Marine Corps helicopter operations in Vietnam, 1962-1975. Quantico, VA: Marine Corps University Press, 2022. 85 pages.
    DS 558.4 G58 2022
  24. Gompert, David C. The Civil War and revolutions in naval affairs: lessons for today. Washington, D.C.: National Defense University Press ; 2022. 46 pages.
    E 591 G66 2022
  25. Hebert, Joel. The Army Science Board: a history of Army - civilian collaboration in science. Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2022. v, 53 pages.
    U 390 H43 2022
  26. Hornfischer, James D. Who can hold the sea: the U.S. Navy in the Cold War, 1945-1960. New York: Bantam Books, [2022] xviii, 459 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates.
    VA 58.4 H67 2022
  27. Hutchinson, Robert. After Nuremberg: American clemency for Nazi war criminals. New Haven: Yale University Press, [2022] ix, 340 pages.
    KZ 1176.5 H88 2022
  28. Kretz, Dale. Administering freedom: the state of emancipation after the Freedmen's Bureau. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, [2022] 412 pages.
    E 185.86 K72 2022
  29. Linn, Brian McAllister. Real soldiering: the US Army in the aftermath of war, 1815-1980. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2023. xx, 300 pages.
    UA 25 L634 2023
  30. Martin, Lerone A. The gospel of J. Edgar Hoover: how the FBI aided and abetted the rise of white Christian nationalism. Princeton: Princeton University Press, [2023] xii, 340 pages.
    BR 563 W45 M37 2023
  31. McCulloch, Ian Macpherson. John Bradstreet's Raid, 1758: a riverine operation of the French and Indian War. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, [2022] xix, 230 pages.
    E 199 B823 M33 2022
  32. Meadows, William C. The first code talkers: Native American communicators in World War I. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, [2021] xv, 358 pages.
    D 570.8 I6 M43 2021
  33. Miller, Marilyn Grace. Port of no return: enemy alien internment in World War II New Orleans. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, [2021] xvii, 273 pages.
    D 805.5 A425 M55 2021
  34. Mufti, Shahan. American caliph: the true story of a Muslim mystic, a Hollywood epic, and the 1977 siege of Washington, DC. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022. viii, 367 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates.
    HV 6432.44 W19 M84 2022
  35. Neumann, Brian F. Operation Enduring Freedom.May 2005-January 2009 / Washington, D.C.: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2020. 87 pages.
    DS 371.412 N473 2020
  36. Norris, John. The enduring struggle: the history of the U.S. Agency for International Development and America's uneasy transformation of the world. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, [2021] xi, 309 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates.
    E 183.7 N67 2021
  37. Oliver, Willard M. Birth of the FBI: Teddy Roosevelt, the secret service, and the fight over America's premier law enforcement agency. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, [2019] xi, 329 pages.
    HV 8144 F43 O43 2019
  38. Rees, Jonathan. The chemistry of fear: Harvey Wiley's fight for pure food. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, [2021]. 310 pages.
    RA 601 R42 2021
  39. Robertson, Craig. The filing cabinet: a vertical history of information. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, [2021] xiii, 313 pages.
    HF 5521 R63 2021
  40. Shogan, Colleen J. The moral rhetoric of American Presidents. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, [2007] xi, 233 pages.
    E 176.1 S564 2007
  41. Slayden, Van H. Normandy to Nazi surrender: firsthand account of a P-47 Thunderbolt pilot. Texas: Black Rose Writing, 2020. 149 p.
    D790 .S55 2020
  42. Solomon, Harvey. Such splendid prisons: diplomatic detainment in America during World War II. [Lincoln]: Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2020] xv, 341 pages.
    D 805 U5 S65 2020
  43. Spires, David N. Assured access: a history of the United States Air Force space launch enterprise, 1945-2020. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University Press, Academic Services, 2022. xix, 505 pages.
    TL 785.8 L3 S67 2021
  44. Taylor, John Lewis. Navajo scouts during the Apache Wars. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2019. 142 pages.
    E 83.866 T39 2019
  45. Trew, Jason Michael. The Icarus solution: the lure and logic of airmindedness. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University Press, 2022. xix, 220 pages.
    UG 633 T744 2022
  46. United States. Congress. House. Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol, author.. Final report of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol. Washington: U.S. Government Publishing Office, 2022. xxiii, 814 pages.
    KF 32.3 F56 2022
  47. Wellerstein, Alex. Restricted data: the history of nuclear secrecy in the United States. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2021. 549 pages.
    U 264.3 W45 2021
  48. Winkler, David F. Tribute to a generation: Haydn Williams and the building of the World War II Memorial. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press, 2020. xxvii, 199 pages.
    D 836 W37 W56 2020
  49. Young, Nicholas. Escaping with his life: from Dunkirk to D-Day and beyond. Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Military, 2019. xii, 245 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates.
    D 805 G3 Y68 2019