COURTESY OF WORLD WAR II 50TH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE

The High Cost of Faulty Intel

By Jeff M. Moore
February 2005
A joint information center underestimates Japanese defenses and troop strength at Iwo Jima, making a tough battle even more so for Marines.
PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM/U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY MUSEUM

What to Do with Naval History

An interview with Nathaniel Philbrick
February 2005
A winner of the Roosevelt Naval History Prize and the National Book Award discusses the amnesia among historians about things naval.

All Is at Stake at Salamis

By John Bothwell
February 2005
Persian King Xerxes miscalculates the strength and mettle of a few hundred Athenian and allied warships and their crews in 480 BC.

A Sailor's Heritage

By Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler, U.S. Navy (Retired)
February 2005
What is so special about being a Sailor? A new book tells the story.

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
February 2005
It is hard to believe ten years have passed since the February 1995 Naval History, when we commemorated the 50th anniversary of what Retired Marine Corps Colonel Joe Alexander ...
COURTESY OF WORLD WAR II 50TH ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE

The High Cost of Faulty Intel

By Jeff M. Moore
February 2005
A joint information center underestimates Japanese defenses and troop strength at Iwo Jima, making a tough battle even more so for Marines.
PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM/U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY MUSEUM

What to Do with Naval History

An interview with Nathaniel Philbrick
February 2005
A winner of the Roosevelt Naval History Prize and the National Book Award discusses the amnesia among historians about things naval.

On Our Scope

By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief
February 2005
It is hard to believe ten years have passed since the February 1995 Naval History, when we commemorated the 50th anniversary of what Retired Marine Corps Colonel Joe Alexander ...