Volume 47, Number 2 (1994) Spring
Imperial Japanese Navy Kongo-class battleships steam in the Indian Ocean, 1942—an ink sketch by Naval War College illustrator Bob Hobbs, in what is something of a spring-issue Review tradition. For more about the ships and the artist, see page 117.
Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Spanish Civil War, 1936
Willard C. Frank Jr.
"Our New National Security Strategy: America Promises to Come Back" and "Reconstituting America's Defense: The New U.S. National Security Strategy"
James L. George, James J. Tritten, and Paul N. Stockton
The U.S. Army in Transition II: Landpower in the Information Age
Richard D. Hooker Jr. and Frederic Brown
The Art of Maneuver: Maneuver-Warfare Theory and Air-Land Battle
Gary Anderson and Robert R. Leonhard
George Bush vs Saddam Hussein: Military Success! Political Failure
Michael A. Palmer and Roger Hilsman
Arms and the Man: Dr. Gerald Bull, Iraq and the Supergun
Jan van Tol and William Lowther
The Cold War as Rhetoric: The Beginnings, 1945-1950
Mike Ratliff, Lynn Doyd Hinds, and Theodore Otto Windt Jr.
General MacArthur and President Truman: The Struggle for Control of American Foreign Policy
Cole C. Kingseed, Richard H. Rovere, and Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
The United States Military under the Constitution of the United States, 1789-1989
John A. Rohr and Richard H. Kohn
In Many a Strife: General Gerald C. Thomas and the U.S. Marine Corps, 1917-1956
J. Robert Moskin and Allan R. Millett
Mahan on Naval Strategy: Selections from the Writings of Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan
Sam J. Tangredi and John B. Hattendorf
The Wilson Administration and the Shipbuilding Crisis of 1917: Steel Ships and Wooden Steamers
Thomas Wildenberg and William J. Williams
The Role of Intelligence in Soviet Military Strategy in World War II
Jeffrey Canfield and David M. Glantz
Inside Gorbachev's Kremlin: The Memoirs of Yegor Ligachev
Joseph Gibbs and Yegor Kuzmich Ligachev
Bob Hobbs, Naval War College