Naval History Magazine - August 2003 Vol. 17 Number 4

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In 1779, John Paul Jones and the Marquis de Lafayette (pictured here allegorically) conspired to take the Revolutionary War to the British homeland by landing French infantry in...

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  • Raids Target Western England
    By Noel B. Poirier

    In 1779, John Paul Jones and the Marquis de Lafayette (pictured here allegorically) conspired to take the Revolutionary War to the British homeland by landing French infantry in port towns on the western coast of England. Spain...

  • 'Not a Cruise Ship at All'
    An interview with John Deely, Captain, Freedom Schooner <i>Amistad</i>

  • On Our Scope
    By Fred L. Schultz, Editor-in-Chief

    Sometimes we are at a loss to describe the essence of the U.S. Naval Institute—the parent organization of Naval History—and the importance of the discourse found in its magazines, seminar programs, and books. A few of the...

  • In Contact

    "Exhuming the Constellation" (See D. Wegner, pp. 24-30, June 2003 Naval History)
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