Edward J. Marolda

Edward J. Marolda is the senior historian and chief of the Histories and Archives Division at the Naval Historical Center (NHC) in Washington, D.C. He holds a Ph.D. from George Washington University. Dr. Marolda oversaw preparation of the NHC's Korean War commemorative series, initially produced as booklets and now published in book form by the Naval Institute Press with the center's cooperation. Project contributors include Thomas B. Buell, Joseph H. Alexander, Bernard C. Nalty, Richard C. Knott, and Malcolm Muir Jr., with additional essays for this book by Thomas J. Cutler and Curtis A. Utz.

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