Naval History Magazine - August 2004 Volume 18, Number 4

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One of the foremost authorities on popular art during the Civil War period spotlights the artists whose rare but vivid images attempted to tell the story of how the navies...

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A Duel of Iron

On the morning of 9 March 1862, the nature of naval warfare changed forever when two warships, each sheathed in iron, battled each...

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Windows on the Civil War at Sea

One of the foremost authorities on popular art during the Civil War period spotlights the artists whose rare but vivid images...

'What a Naval War Really Is'

He is one of the most highly acclaimed and sought after Civil War historians writing and teaching today. The George Henry...

Exploring a Wreck in 'A Land A-Part'

Into the Lion's Den

The Commander of the Seventh Fleet 32 years ago during the Vietnam War—pictured here at the time—recounts an...

On Our Scope

Navies finally may be attracting long-overdue attention from the Civil War history community. In this issue, we present some cases in point in an...


 
 

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