The Second Issue of the Journal is now available!
James Perry — American Strategy and the Asia-Pacific Endgame
David Glantz — Stalin’s Strategy for Ending the Pacific War
D. M. Giangreco — The Hokkaido Myth
Captain Robert Kaufman, USN — Japan’s Surrender on the USS Missouri
Norman Friedman — Wargaming at Newport and the Pacific War
John T. Kuehn — A Succession of Miracles: Japan’s Decision to Surrender
Richard C. Thornton — Truman and the Pacific War Endgame
These are the slides from the opening presentation on President Roosevelt’s strategy.
Additional material from the symposium will be published as an issue of our online journal.
The first issue of the Journal of Strategy and Politics is online today. To view, click on the Journal tab at the top of this page.
The Institute for the Study of Strategy and Politics has just been approved as a non-profit corporation!
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