The Journal of America's Military Past
The Journal is published by the Council on America's Military Past, USA, Inc. as its official journal and forum for articles on historical installations and military biography. This fully illustrated and footnoted publication contains in-depth monographs on military history.
NEW:† Now available for download are a listing of articles from Vol. 1 to date and an index of authors. Click on the links below for each.
The Journal of America's Military Past welcomes new authors, especially graduate students or first-time authors and we are always in search of volunteers to write book reviews. You do not have to be a member of CAMP to write for us. Potential authors should click here to learn more about the Journal format and style. For additional information or contact the editor send message to EditorJamp@yahoo.com .
Current and Next Issue Articles
Currently in Issue 130 of JAMP
Dr. Christine Millerís, Royal Spanish Military
The Revolutionary War Leadership of Maj Gen William Heath: A Reassessment by Sean Heuvel looks at this forgotten leader from the American Revolution.† Gen. Heath is an interesting character Ė not a great general on the battlefield, but as a leader of men he helped the Revolutionary cause doing the nitty-gritty work that an army needs, but many Generals donít have the patience with.† Many Revolutionary figures we learn about appear on the battlefield, but during his day Gen. Heath was as well-known as any other leader.
An Examination of Fear and itís Releief at Iwo Jima and Koto-ri, Korea by Kathleen Martin is Dr. RichardSilvasí first-hand account of how fear was viewed and treated in the post-World War II military.† Spending a great deal of time in the front lines of both these battles in a MASH unit, he gave his ideas on what brings on fear in combat and how the men could and did adapt to it. It provides insight on what men can endure if given the proper motivation and leadership.
Upcoming in Issue 131 of JAMP
Dr. Mark Smith examines the work of Joseph Gilbert Totten and the Third System of Costal Defense.† From 1816 to 1867, the
Memorials to the Fallen: World War I Monument in
Dr. Ed Salo
reviews the unusual convergence of military leaders in, Baconís Bridge,
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