Marine Corps History, is published twice a year on topics within the long history of the Corps: Civil War, Spanish-American War, Banana Wars, WWI, WWII, Korea, Cold War, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, and women and minorities in the military. Articles must focus on some aspect of the Corps, either directly or indirectly, including foreign marines and joint operations.


MARINE CORPS HISTORY 

 

 

Beyond McClellan and Metcalf

STAFF HISTORY IN THE U.S. MARINE CORPS

 

 

 

Documenting Marine Corps History Through the Spoken Word

 

 

 

The History Division and Change in the Marine Corps

A HISTORIOGRAPHY

 

     

An Archive for the Marine Corps

by James Ginther, PhD

 
 

Keepers of Odd Knowledge

HISTORY AND FUNCTIONS OF THE HISTORICAL REFERENCE BRANCH

by Annette Amerman

 

"Record the Things that Were Well Done"

THE CREATION OF AMERICAN SERVICE BRANCH HISTORY OFFICES IN THE WAKE OF THE GREAT WAR

by Douglas E. Nash Sr., COL, USA (Ret)

 

"Why Shouldn't the Marine Corps Have a Museum of Its Own?"

by Robert J. Sullivan

 
 

Portal to Marine Corps History:

Observations of a Civilian Historian

by Gregory J. W. Urwin, PhD

 
 

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