Vincent P. O’Hara is an independent naval historian and the author of thirteen works, including Six Victories: North Africa, Malta, and the Mediterranean Convoy War, November 1941–March 1942, and Clash of Fleets: Naval Battles of the Great War, 1914–18, with Leonard R. Heinz. He holds a history degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and lives in Chula Vista, California.

Articles by Vincent OHara

Russian propaganda poster

Forgotten Victor

By Vincent P. O’Hara and Stephen McLaughlin
June 2021
The Red Navy entered World War II as an underdog, yet it proved vital to the Soviet Union’s triumph.
The Sea Wall At the Eastern American Beach (Utah Beach) by Navy combat artist Mitchell Jamieson

D-Day, A Year Too Late?

By Vincent P. O’Hara
June 2019
It was dubbed Operation Roundup and was supposed to take place in April 1943, but after determined British resistance, it morphed into Operation Overlord and didn’t happen until June 1944.

Books by Vincent OHara