Volume 29, Number 4 (1976) Autumn
U.S.S. Virginia (BB 13) c. 1907.
The Possible Effects on Maritime Operations of any Future Convention of the Law of the Sea
Edward Ashmore D.S.C., A.D.C.
Nuclear Terrorism and the Escalation of International Conflict
Forrest R. Frank
Logistics and the Failure of the British Army in America 1775-1783
Samuel B. Griffith and Arthur R. Bowler
Rebels Under Sail, The American Navy during the Revolution.
Craig Symonds and William M. Fowler
The Military and the Problem of Legitimacy
Henry E. Eccles, Gwyn Harries-Jenkins, and Jacques van Doorn
Special Envoy to Churchill and Stalin, 1941-1946
Robert F. Delaney, Averell W. Harriman, and Abel Elie
Gunboat Diplomacy in the Wilson Era—The U.S. Navy in Haiti, 1915-1916
R. L. Schreadley and Davis Healy
The Other Arms Race: New Technologies and Non-Nuclear Conflict
Edward N. Luttwak, Geoffrey Kemp, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, and Uri Ra'anan
United States Foreign Policy and World Order
Jeffrey P. Bacher, James A. Nathan, and James K. Oliver
The Wartime Alliance and the Zonal Division of Germany
David Herschler and Tony Sharp
A World Destroyed, The Atomic Bomb and the Grand Alliance
David A. Rosenberg and Martin J. Sherwin
Revolutionary Civil War: The Elements of Victory and Defeat
Robert F. Delaney and David Wilkinson
The Advisors: Oppenheimer, Tuller, and the Superbomb
John B. Bonds and Herbert York
Photograph by J.W. Dawson, from the Naval Historical Collection, Naval War College.