Announcement of IJNH

New Issue of The International Journal of Naval History

The Naval Historical Foundation is pleased to announce the relaunch of The International Journal of Naval History, and the release of the October 2013 issue. IJNH is the scholastic arm of the Foundation’s naval history outreach. It features peer-reviewed original articles, and book reviews on important new publications. IJNH is founded on the belief that


Navy Department Library Looking for Back Issues of Proceedings

The Navy Department Library, located at the Washington Navy Yard, is a one of a kind repository of all things Navy. We work closely with the library, on projects such as used book donations, and the acquisition of rare books and donations for their collection. At the moment, we’re trying to help them fill out

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BOOK REVIEW – Three Splendid Little Wars: The Diary of Joseph K. Taussig 1898-1901

Evelyn Cherpak, Ed. Newport, RI: Naval War College Press, (2009). Reviewed by Kenneth J. Blume, Ph.D. This fascinating volume offers an inside look at a young naval officer’s encounters with several of the signature moments of American military and diplomatic history between 1898 and 1901. Joseph K. Taussig (1877-1947) was at Annapolis when the Spanish-American

Call for Papers: International Journal of Naval History

The International Journal of Naval History recently put out a call for papers, with a particular interest in naval and maritime scholarship related to World War I. The 100th anniversary of that conflict is approaching, and historians and scholars are asked to submit papers to the IJNH editorial board for consideration. IJNH is an online,

Renaissance: Relaunch of the International Journal of Naval History

By Dr. Gary E. Weir, Editor, IJNH (NOTE: This article originally appeared in the online International Journal of Naval History, hosted by the Naval Historical Foundation. Information on submission of scholarly articles to IJNH can be found on the new website at Every once in a while we all need to make a change,

New Magazine: “The Civil War Monitor”

Last fall we learned about an exciting new publication about the American Civil War. This brand new quarterly magazine is called the Civil War Monitor, and it looks to bridge the gulf between academic and popular history. According to the magazine, it is “devoted to the belief that popular history need not be superficial or