Thomas Wildenberg

Thomas Wildenberg is an independent historian/scholar specializing in the development of naval aviation and logistics at sea. He has written extensively about the U.S. Navy during the interwar period. His articles have appeared in several scholarly journals including the Journal of Military History, American Neptune, and Proceedings. He is also the author of three books on U.S. naval history that cover such varied topics as replenishment at sea and the development of dive bombing. Besides All the Factors of Victory and Destined for Glory, his most recent work, co-authored with Norman Polmar is Ship Killer: A History of the American Torpedo.

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DESTINED FOR GLORY
"Destined for Glory by Thomas Wildenberg is a reprint of a 1998 book that STILL DESERVES TO BE... Read More
BILLY MITCHELL’S WAR WITH THE NAVY
The North American Society for Oceanic History's "John Lyman Book Prize 2013 - WIN for U.S... Read More
Author Events
Guest Lecturer & Book Signing
Noon, “Eight Bells Lecture Series,” Naval War College Museum, 686 Cushing Rd., Newport, RI Read More
Blog Talk Radio Interview
1:00pm Eastern, w/host John Gresham, “Military Monday" on Blog Talk Radio ~ Read More

 
 

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Defense Forum Washington 2014

Thu, 2014-12-04

Newseum - Knight Conference Center

Defense Forum Washington will take place December 4, 2014 at the Newseum - Knight Conference Center in Washington, DC.

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