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Naval War College Review

Volume 75, Number 1 () Winter 2022


The painting A New Whip for Dutch by John Seymour Lucas depicts seventeenth-century British Admiralty officials studying a new design for a ship of war. In “Innovation, Interrupted: Next-Generation Surface-Combatant Design,” David H. Lewis profiles three famous ships from the Pacific theater of World War II that resulted from an interwar design philosophy that harked back as far as Elizabethan times, yielding designs that were not readily adaptable to the new realities suddenly exposed by naval combat at the start of the war.

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From the Editor

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From the Editors
Robert Ayer

President's Forum

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President's Forum
Shoshana Chatfield Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, President, Naval War College

Articles

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In My View
Cathal O'Connor and Sam J. Tangredi

Book Reviews

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Kamikaze: Japan’s Last Bid for Victory
Timothy J. Demy and Adrian Stewart

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The Premonition: A Pandemic Story
Kathleen A. Walsh and Michael Lewis

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The Craft of Wargaming: A Detailed Planning Guide for Defense Planners and Analysts
Donald J. Thieme, Jeff Appleget, Robert Burks, and Fred Cameron

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Inside the US Navy of 1812–1815
B. J. Armstrong and William S. Dudley

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The Hero Code: Lessons Learned from Lives Well Lived
Scott Cauble and William H. McRaven

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The Cambridge History of Warfare, 2nd ed.
Viktor M. Stoll and Geoffrey Parker

Reflections on Reading

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Reflections on Reading
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Source: Courtesy of Naval History and Heritage Command