Thomas Wildenberg

Thomas Wildenberg is an independent historian and scholar with special interests in aviators, naval aviation, and technological innovation in the military. He has written extensively about the U.S. Navy during the interwar period, and his writings have appeared in a variety of scholarly journals including the Naval War College Review, Proceedings, and Air Power History. His books on naval history include, Destined for Glory, All the Factors of Victory, Grey Steel and Black Oil, Billy Mitchell’s War with the Navy, and Ship Killer.

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Ship Killer
Since the start of the 20th Century there have been several thousand books published about... Read More
Billy Mitchell's War with the Navy
When Billy Mitchell returned from WWI, he brought with him the deep-seated belief that air power... Read More
Striking the Hornets' Nest
This work concentrates on the origins of strategic bombing in World War I, and the influence this... Read More
Author Events
Blog Talk Radio Interview
1:00pm Eastern, w/host John Gresham, “Military Monday" on Blog Talk Radio ~ Read More
Guest Lecturer & Book Signing
Noon, “Eight Bells Lecture Series,” Naval War College Museum, 686 Cushing Rd., Newport, RI Read More

 
 

Conferences and Events

Defense Forum Washington 2016

Wed, 2016-12-07

Defense Forum Washington 2016 “Competing Global Threats: What are the Priorities?” Knight Conference Center, Newseum...

WEST 2017

San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA

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Guest Speaker

Tue, 2016-12-06 - Sun, 2016-11-06

Pearl Harbor - 75th, A Historical Symposium

Wed, 2016-12-07 - Mon, 2016-11-07

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