MHQ Review: Noteworthy Books, Summer 2015

American Warlords How Roosevelt’s High Command Led America to Victory in World War II By Jonathan W. Jordan 624 pages. NAL Caliber, 2015. $28.95   Bestselling author Jonathan Jordan’s reputed...
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MHQ Reviews, Spring 2015

Main Reviews Imprudent King: A New Life of Philip II by Geoffrey Parker Reviewed by Paul Lockhart The Deluge: Remaking of the Global Order, 1918-1931 by Adam Tooze Reviewed by...
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MHQ Reviews: Noteworthy Books, Spring 2015

Fighting the Great War at Sea Strategy, Tactics and Technology by Norman Friedman Naval Institute, $85 Though a noted naval historian, Friedman paints an exceptionally comprehensive picture of the...
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MHQ Review: The Deluge, by Adam Tooze

The Deluge The Great War, America, and the Remaking of the Global Order, 1918–1931 By Adam Tooze. 672 pages. Viking, 2014. $40.  ADAM TOOZE BUILT HIS EUROPEAN REPUTATION specializing in the...
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MHQ Reviews: Noteworthy Books, Winter 2015

Nation to Nation Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations, edited by Suzan Shown Harjo (Smithsonian Books, $40). The scholars and activists who contributed to this volume consider the...
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MHQ Reviews: Napoleon, A Life

Based on excellent scholarship, careful research, and battlefield study, Andrew Roberts's new book is 'a joy to read'
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MHQ Reviews: A Scrap of Paper

A Scrap of Paper Breaking and Making International Law During the Great War By Isabel Hull. 384 pages. Cornell University Press, 2014. $45. Reviewed by Williamson Murray Professor Isabel Hull of Cornell...
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MHQ Reviews: Hell and Good Company

Hell and Good Company Life and Love in the Spanish Civil War by Richard Rhodes. 384 pages. Simon & Schuster, 2015. $30. Reviewed by Peter Carlson “Many books have been written about the...
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MHQ Reviews: China 1945

China 1945 Mao’s Revolution and America’s Fateful Choice By Richard Bernstein. 464 pages. Knopf, 2014. $30. Reviewed by David Silbey There is a fad now among authors covering a single...