Call for book reviewers -- Marine Corps History

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Marine Corps History journal maintains a list of books of interest to our readers that are available for review. 

The current list includes the following titles:

Twilight of the Gods: War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945 (Pacific War Trilogy, 3) by Ian Toll (W. W. Norton, 2020)

 

Bound by War: How the United States and the Philippines Built America's First Pacific Century by Christopher Capozzola (Basic Books, 2020)

 

Forging the Trident, edited by Christopher M. Bell and James C. Bradford (US Naval Institute Press, 2020;)

 

Rain of Steel: Mitscher’s Task Force 58, Ugaki’s Thunder Gods, and the Kamikaze War off Okinawa by Stephen L. Moore (US Naval Institute Press, 2020)

 

Into Helmand with the Walking Dead by Miles Vining (Casemate, 2020)

 

Beyond Blue Skies: The Rocket Plane Programs that Led to the Space Age by Chris Petty (University of Nebraska Press, 2020)

 

Living in the Shadow of a Hell Ship: The Survival Story of U.S. Marine George Burlage, a WWII Prisoner of War of the Japanese edited by Georgianne Burlage (University of North Texas Press, 2020)

 

Rage: Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism by Abigail R. Esman (University of Nebraska Press, 2020)

 

Fidelis: A Memoir by Teresa Fazio (University of Nebraska Press/Potomac Books, 2020)

 

The Mysteries of Haditha: A Memoir by M. C. Armstrong (University of Nebraska Press/Potomac Books, 2020)

 

Baker Bandits: Korea’s Band of Brothers, edited by Cynthia Shelton (Casemate, 2020)

 

George C. Marshall and the Early Cold War: Policy, Politics, and Society, edited by William A. Taylor (University of Oklahoma Press, 2020)

 

Spreading Ink Blots: From Da Nang to the DMZ by David Strachan-Morris (Helion, 2020) 

 

How the Few Became the Proud: Crafting the Marine Corps Mystique 1874 – 1918 by Heather Venable (US Naval Institute Press, 2020)

 

To Master the Boundless Sea: The U.S. Navy, the Marine Environment, and the Cartography of Empire (University of North Carolina Press, 2020)

 

The Genesis of Rebellion: Governance, Grievance, and Mutiny in the Age of Sail (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

 

Raising the white Flag: How Surrender Defined the American Civil War by David Silkenat (University of North Carolina Press, 2019)

 

Containment in the Middle East by Ehud Eilam (University of Nebraska Press, 2019)

 

War Flower: My Life after Iraq by Brooke King (University of Nebraska Press, 2019)

 

Partisans, Guerillas, and Irregulars: Historical Archaeology of Asymmetric Warfare, edited by Steven Smith and Clarence Grier (University of Alabama Press, 2019)

 

Interested in reviewing one of these titles for Marine Corps History? Contact the managing editor: stephani.miller@usmcu.edu

UPDATE:
The following titles on the above list are no longer available

• George C. Marshall and the Early Cold War: Policy, Politics, and Society, edited by William A. Taylor
• How the Few Became the Proud: Crafting the Marine Corps Mystique 1874 – 1918 by Heather Venable
• Forging the Trident, edited by Christopher M. Bell and James C. Bradford
• Partisans, Guerillas, and Irregulars: Historical Archaeology of Asymmetric Warfare, edited by Steven Smith and Clarence Grier
• A Military History of the Cold War, 1944-1962 by Jonathan M. House
• To Rule the Skies: General Thomas S. Power and the Rise of Strategic Air Command in the Cold War by Brent Zia
• Emergency War Plan: The American Doomsday Machine, 1945-1960 by Sean M. Maloney
• Raising the White Flag: How Surrender Defined the American Civil War by David Silkenat
• Beyond Blue Skies: The Rocket Plane Programs that Led to the Space Age by Chris Petty
• War Flower: My Life after Iraq by Brooke King
• Rage: Narcissism, Patriarchy, and the Culture of Terrorism by Abigail R. Esman
• Bound by War: How the United States and the Philippines Built America's First Pacific Century by Christopher Capozzola
• Twilight of the Gods: War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945 (Pacific War Trilogy, 3) by Ian Toll
• Living in the Shadow of a Hell Ship: The Survival Story of U.S. Marine George Burlage, a WWII Prisoner of War of the Japanese
• The Mysteries of Haditha: A Memoir by M. C. Armstrong