Naval History Magazine - June 2001 Vol. 15 Number 3

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A maritime historian presents an insightful reassessment of how and why the United States went to war against Tripoli 200 years ago, inspiring President James Madison to pen...

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Highlights

  • Who Helped the Barb?
    By Captain Emil Levine, U.S. Naval Reserve (Retired)

    The Barb had one of the most successful submarine patrols of the Pacific. Did she get help from operational intelligence?

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  • 'War Is Better Than Tribute'
    By Lincoln P. Paine

    A maritime historian presents an insightful reassessment of how and why the United States went to war against Tripoli 200 years ago, inspiring President James Madison to pen these powerful words.

  • Pearl Harbor Comes to the Big Screen
    By Lawrence Suid

    The author of the Naval Institute Press book, Sailing on the Silver Screen, went to Hollywood and files this report on the new Pearl Harbor movie.

  • Return to Singapore
    By Colin Babb

    In early 1942, Britain's salad days of empire in Southeast Asia came to an abrupt end. It was only the beginning, however, of years of suffering for thousands of soldiers suddenly made prisoners. Six decades later, a group of these men came back...

  • The Log of Matthew Roving Episode 5: A Fatal Cup of Tea
    By Don Wallace; Illustrated by Jan Adkins

    Matthew Roving was having fun. For the first time in what felt like centuries, a huge smile split his face, and all he wanted to do was laugh and laugh.


 
 

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