Volume 38, Number 2 (1985) March-April
USS Idaho (88-42) fires 14"/50 guns of turret three at nearly point-blank range during the preinvasion bombardment of Okinawa. 1 April 1945. Seen from USS West Virginia (BB-48).
The Changing Strategic Balance and Soviet Third World Risk-Taking
Alvin Z. Rubinstein
Soviet Navy Reactions to the Falkland Islands Conflict
Richard N. Papworth
Professional Reading: Amphibious Operations
Edwin H. Simmons, Alan Morehead, and Robert Debs Heinl Jr.
Stogdill's Handbook of Leadership: A Survey of Theory and Research
Paul F. Murphy and Bernard M. Bass
"ln Love and War," and "A Vietnam Experience: Ten Years of Reflection"
J. G. Brennan, Jim Stockdale, Sybil Stockdale, and James B. Stockdale
Literature in the Education of the Military Professional
Stephen B. Sloane, Donald Ahern, and Robert Shenk
The Education of a Navy: The Development of British Naval Strategic Thought, 1867-1914
John B. Hattendorf and D. M. Schurman
Command of the Sea: The History and Strategy of Maritime Empires
James L. Stokesbury and Clark G. Reynolds
Churchill and Roosevelt: The Complete Correspondence, 3 vols.
Patrick Abbazia and Warren F. Kimball
Options of Command: the Crucial Command Decisions That Could Have Altered the History of World War II
M. L. Dockrill and Trevor N. Dupuy
High Command: Australia and Allied Strategy 1939-1945
Steven T. Ross and D. M. Horner
The Road to Berlin: Continuing the History of Stalin's War With Germany
Steven T. Ross and John Erickson
(Photo: courtesy of the Photo Section, Naval Historical Center.)