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July 1914:
Countdown to War


recorded , Jan. 31, 2014
1 hr 36 min


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Sean McMeekin
Photo: Ching Wah Chin

Georges Loustaunau
Rightists
in the French Resistance


recorded , Oct. 11, 2013
1 hr 32 min


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Valerie Deacon
Photo: Ching Wah Chin
The First Century of Gunpowder Artillery in Europe - Innovation and Effectiveness: 1326-1450


recorded May 17, 2013
1 hr 35 min


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Clifford J. Rogers
Photo: Ching Wah Chin

Sparta
and the Greek Art of War
550 – 362 BC


recorded May 15, 2009
1 hr 37 min


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Scott Rusch
 
Roman Warfare


recorded May 24, 2013
1 hr 47 min


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Adrian Goldsworthy

Photo: Ching Wah Chin
Islands of Destiny:
The Solomons Campaign
and the Eclipse of the Rising Sun


recorded January 4, 2013
1 hr 42 min


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John Prados
Photo: Ching Wah Chin

Photo by Air Force Senior Airman
 Catharine Schmidt

 
Musahi: Major Problems in "The Most Peaceful Valley in Afghanistan"


recorded June 8, 2012
1 hr 35 min


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Martin Scott Catino
Photo: Ching Wah Chin

 
Meade at Gettysburg

recorded September 21, 2012
1 hr  30 min


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COL Kevin Farrell
Photo: USMA

Photo: Ching Wah Chin
Western Warfare in the Age of the Crusades
 1000-1300


recorded April 27, 2012
1 hr  37 min


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John France
Photo from author
 
Flamethrower Tanks
and Doctrine in
WWII Technology

recorded February 12, 2012
1 hr  33 min


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Major John P. Ringquist
Photo: Ching Wah Chin
The Military and the Monarchy
The Case and Career of the Duke of Cambridge in an Age of Reform

recorded April 15, 2011
1 hr 36  min


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Colonel Kevin Farrell

Photo: USMA

 

West Pointers
in the Frontier West

recorded November 4, 2011
1 hr 27 min


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Major Ryan Shaw
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Dreaming of Pax Aeronautica:
Neo-isolationist Promotion of Airpower, 1947-1953I

recorded March 19, 2010
1 hr 35 min


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Major Pete Rayls
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Kansans, Abolitionists and John Brown's Men

recorded April 29, 2011
1 hr 29 min

 
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Major John P. Ringquist
Photo: USMA

The U.S. Army on the Eve
of the Civil War
 

recorded
December 3, 2010
1 hr 27 min

 
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Samuel Watson
Photo: USMA

FDR's Deadly Secret

recorded January 7, 2011


 
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Steven Lomazow M.D

Japan's War Plans: Preparing for Armageddon

recorded December 10, 2010

 
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Theodore F. Cook, Jr.
Photo: Bob Rowen

Now We Are Enemies:
The Story of Bunker Hill

recorded September 24, 2010

 


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Thomas Fleming
Photo: Bob Rowen
 
Chinese Amphibious Operations: 1949-1958

recorded May 8, 2009



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Ed Chen
Photo: Bob Rowen

The Chiapas Insurgency

 

 

 
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Bill Weinberg
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Pequot and King Philip's Wars

 

recorded May 7, 2010

 
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Prof.  Matthew Muehlbauer & Major Jason Warren
Photos: USMA

Malfeasance in Blue:
The Air Force vs. The Army 

 

recorded May 21, 2010

 
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Tom Wisker
Photo: Bob Rowen
 Islam in the French Army during the Great War 

 

recorded Feb. 27, 2009

 
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Richard S. Fogarty

Naval Aviation and
U.S. Fleet Problems, 1923-1940


recorded March 20, 2009

 
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Al Nofi
Photo: Bob Rowen

Borrowed Soldiers: Americans under British Command during the First World War


recorded January 23, 2009


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Mitch Yockelson
National Archives

America's Captives: American POW Policy from the Revolution to the War on Terror


recorded January 9, 2009


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Paul Springer
Photo: AV

African American USMA Graduates in the Nineteenth Century


recorded December 12, 2008


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Major Jeremy James
Photo: USMA
Hitler's Gift to France


recorded September 19, 2008


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Robert Miller
Photo: Phil Gilson
The Roman Navy:
Its Development from Oxymoron to Ruler of the Mediterranean


recorded September 12, 2008


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Mark Wilson
Photo: Bob Rowen
The Greatest Battle:
Stalin, Hitler, and the Desperate Struggle for Moscow that Changed the Course
of World War II

recorded January 11, 2008


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Andrew Nagorski
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Portrait by Karsh 1941
Recruiting Churchill's Army - What Went Wrong?

recorded June 20, 2008


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Dan David

Photo: Phil Gilson

How Lee Lost & Grant Won
the Civil Wa
r

recorded June 13, 2008


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Ed H. Bonekemper, III
Photo: Phil Gilson

Gouverneur Kemble Warren
(1830 – 1882)
Gouverneur Kemble Warren:
The Final Casualty
of the Civil War

recorded May 16, 2008


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Frank Varney

Photo: Phil Gilson
The Perils of Peace:
 America's Struggle for Survival After Yorktown

recorded May 9, 2008


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Thomas Fleming

Photo: Phil Gilson
Retribution:
The Battle for Japan, 1944-45

recorded May 2, 2008

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Max Hastings
Photo: Random House
 The Failure of Interwar
Baltic Collective Defense

 

recorded April 25, 2008

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Eugene Feit
Executive Director of NYMAS
Photo: Bob Rowen
Rebellion in the Ranks: Mutinies of the American Revolution

recorded April 18, 2008
 


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John A. Nagy
Photo: Phil Gilson
Bankrupting the Enemy:
The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan Before Pearl Harbor

recorded April 12, 2008

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Edward S. Miller
Photo: Phil Gilson
Triumph Forsaken:
The Vietnam War, 1954-1965

recorded Feb. 15, 2008

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Mark Moyar
Marine Corps University
Photo: Phil Gilson
The Gorlice-Tarnow Offensive
May 1915

recorded Feb. 1, 2008


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Richard DiNardo,
US Marine Corps Command and Staff College / NYMAS
Photo: Phil Gilson

The Soldier’s
Experience of Battle
in the Middle Ages

recorded Jan. 25, 2008


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Clifford J. Rogers,
Professor of History, United States Military Academy at West Point
Photo: Phil Gilson
Radical Designs:
Pre-War  USAAF
Interceptor Projects

recorded Jan. 4, 2008


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Tom Wisker
NYMAS / WBAI
Photo: Bob Rowen
 

 

NYMAS on  

Axis Sally
The American Voice of Nazi Germany
 Author Richard Lucas' talk to NYMAS on May 20, 2011


The Deceivers:
Allied Military Deception
Author & former Deputy Undersecretary of the Army Thaddeus Holt's
talk to NYMAS on Jun 4, 2004


Mussolini:
The Secrets of His Death
Enigma Books' publisher Robert Miller's talk to NYMAS on Jan 28, 2005

Click above for the complete online video of each talk to NYMAS


 

Exclusive Podcasts for NYMAS by Jim Dingeman

 

THE RECKONING
The Battle for the International Criminal Court

The Reckoning follows the politics and cases of the ICC since its inception..  See also The Human Rights Watch Film Festival.

Filmmaker Pamela Yates of Skylight Pictures talks about this film.

A telephone interview
recorded June 9, 2009


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WWII behind Closed Doors:
Stalin, The Nazis and The West

Juxtaposing conventional documentary elements with dramatic re-creations, the series breaks through the myths of the Allied powers, illuminating the hidden motivations of “The Big Three” and creating a dynamic reappraisal of one of the seminal events in world history.  Also, see film clips.

Director Laurence Rees talks about  the issues explored in  this PBS / BBC three-part series.

A telephone interview
recorded May 5, 2009


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Philippe Sands
is an international lawyer and a professor of law at University College London. He is the author of Lawless World and is frequently a commentator on news and current affairs programs including CNN, MSNBC, and BBC World Service. He has been involved in many leading international cases, including those involving the treatment of British detainees at Guantanamo Bay. He lives in London, England.

A telephone interview
recorded May 8, 2008


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Deborah Scranton

Deborah Scranton
Award-winning filmmaker and director of the PBS Frontline documentary Bad Voodoo's War

The documentary and other material can be seen at
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/badvoodoo/
http://thewartapes.com/trailer/

A telephone interview
recorded March 31, 2008


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Wayne White

Wayne White
former Deputy Director of the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research's Office of Analysis for the Near East and South Asia and member of the Iraq Study Group.

A telephone interview
recorded March 31, 2008


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The Myth of the Eastern Front: The Nazi-Soviet War in American Popular Culture

A telephone interview with Ronald Smelser and
Edward J. Davies

recorded February 2008


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Photos of podcast speakers courtesy of Phil Gilson
Needless to say, opinions and views of speakers and writers are their own.
Signature music is "Orch_clarinet_c_140_38 1"  and "Flauta cortitos para sonido"
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Readings In Military History
Full-text of articles by NYMAS members

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From ‘Dagoes’ to ‘Nervy Spaniards’
American Soldiers’ Views of their Opponents, 1898

Albert A. Nofi

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The Irish Civil War, 1922-1923:
A Military Study Of The Conventional Phase,

a paper delivered to NYMAS on December 11, 1998
by Paul V. Walsh
Temple University

 

German and English Propaganda
in World War I

a paper given to NYMAS on December 1, 2000
by Jonathan A. Epstein

CUNY Graduate Center/NYMAS

Some Thoughts on the Japanese Naval Airforce Land Based Bomber Program
by Dwight Cox

Click here for Steven Zaloga's articleDefending the Kremlin: The First Generation of Soviet Strategic Air Defense Systems 1950-60 by Steven J. Zaloga   (This article appeared originally in the Journal of Slavic Military Studies.)

Soviet Tank Operations
in the Spanish Civil War
by Steven J. Zaloga

 

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The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary: From Past to Present
by C. Kay Larson

 

 

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Full-text articles and books

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National Park Service, Handbook 30, 1961

 

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Vietnam: Cease Fire To Capitulation
Author: Capt. William E. Le Gro
US Army Center of Military History
Chapters 1-6  |  7-12  |  13-18

Korea, 1950-51  The Changjin Journal:
The Chosin Campaign


From Iwon to Chosin: A Photo Essay

History of the Chosin Story 

Editor: Colonel George A. Rasula, USA (Ret .)

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Air Force Combat Units of World War II

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