TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword by Dr. Alfred F. Hurley, University of North Texas
SECTION I: WORLD WAR II, EUROPE
Colonel David M. Glantz, USA (Ret.)
Fact and Fancy: The Soviet Great Patriotic War, 1941-1945
Major John H. Luckadoo, USAAF (Ret.)
Life in the Bloody 100th
SECTION II: WORLD WAR II, PACIFIC
Corporal Roy Appleton, Jr., USMCR
An Enlisted Marine's Perspective on the Pacific War
1st Lieutenant David R. Braden, USAAF
B-29 Operations Against Japan: A Survivor's Story
Dr. Robert A. Divine, University of Texas
Ending the War with Japan: The Decision to Use the
SECTION III: THE EARLY COLD WAR
General Russell E. Dougherty, USAF (Ret.)
"Leadership During the Cold War: A Four-Star General's Perspective"
SECTION IV: THE KOREAN WAR
Brigadier General Edwin H. Simmons, USMC (Ret.)
The Korean War: Are There Still Military Lessons to be Learned?
Colonel Henry G. Gole, USA (Ret.)
Combat in Korea: Reflections by a Once Young Soldier
SECTION V: THE VIETNAM WAR
Dr. George C. Herring, University of Kentucky
The Reluctant Warrior: LBJ as Commander-in-Chief
Brig. General David W. Winn, USAF (Ret.)
A POW in Vietnam: "Smart People, Dumb War"
SECTION VI: THE LATE COLD WAR
Lieutenant General Charles Hamm, USAF (Ret.)
Cold War Duty as a Defense Attaché in Moscow
SECTION VII: TERRORISM
Dr. Norman Itzkowitz, Princeton University
Old Whines in New Bottles: Some Thoughts on the Psychology of Terrorists and Terrorism
Dr. Brian M. Linn, Texas A&M University
Foreshadowing Postwar Iraq: The U.S. War in the Philippines, 1899-1902
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