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This book is a study of how a military–academic institution—in this case the United States Naval War College (NWC)—attempted to readjust to a peacetime period that simultaneously entailed the start of a new type of conflict for the United States, namely, the Cold War, and the advent of a revolutionary new weapon, the atomic bomb.
U.S. Naval War College Press
Newport, Rhode Island
U.S. Naval War College, Historical Monographs, WWII, World War II, Cold War
Friedman, Hal M., "HM 17: Digesting History: The U.S. Naval War College, the Lessons of World War II, and Future Naval Warfare" (2010). Historical Monographs. 17.