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 

 

 

The Forgotten Front:
The 4th Brigade of Marines in the Toulon Sector: March-May 1918

  

 

 

“The Song They Lived By”: 
The “Marines’ Hymn” during World War II

 

 

 

Field Burials, Memorial Graves,
and the Postwar Search for Tarawa’s Fallen

 


 
   

Marine Hawk Missiles in Guantanamo Bay
during the Cuban Missle Crisis

by Major Marc Romanych, USA (Ret)

 

 

“To Take Some of That Fear Away”: Task Cohesion
and Combat Effectiveness Among Combined Action Platoons in Vietnam, 1965–71

by Cavender S. Sutton

 

 

Interested in submitting an article for digital-only publication?

Send an email to mcu_press@usmcu.edu for more information or see the Acquisitions site.