NAVAL HISTORICAL CENTER

The Amphibious Revolution

By Richard B. Frank
August 2005
The United States' greatest contribution to winning the war was leading an evolutionary explosion in amphibious warfare.
COURTESY OF PORTSMOUTH ATHENAEUM

An Unlikely Location

By Commander Henry J. Hendrix II, U.S. Navy
August 2005
Against the backdrop of President Theodore Roosevelt's diplomacy, the Portsmouth Navy Yard hosted talks ending the Russo-Japanese War.
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On Our Scope

By Richard G. Latture, Editor-in-Chief
August 2005
In this issue of Naval History we commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II in an unorthodox way. Instead of concentrating on the final climactic events ...