Military history

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Newspaper articles, emails, and author interviews are cited only in the endnotes.

ARCHIVES

AHEC: Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

CAP: Creighton Abrams Papers.

CKP: Crook-Kennon Papers.

JPVP: John P. Vann Papers.

MACV: MACV Command Historian’s Collection.

NAM: Nelson A. Miles Papers.

AP: The Papers of John Adams Digital Edition. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville.

ATA: Letter Books of Amos Tappan Akerman. Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

BSC: John Brown/Boyd S. Stutler Collection, West Virginia Division of Culture and History, Charleston.

CAM: Churchill College Archives, University of Cambridge.

CHUR: Winston Churchill Papers, Chartwell Trust.

DEAK: William Deakin Papers.

CSR: Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, University Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

CTC: Combatting Terrorism Center, U.S. Military Academy, West Point.

CWIHP: Cold War International History Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington.

SIA: Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan.

VW: The Vietnam (Indochina) Wars.

DPC: Douglas Pike Collection, Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

FMP: Francis Marion Papers, South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia.

GCP: George Crook Papers, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene.

HCP: Henry Clinton Papers, William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

HIA: Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford University.

ACW: Albert C. Wedemeyer Papers.

EETS: Earl E. T. Smith Papers.

EGL: Edward G. Lansdale Papers.

GAG: Georgie Anne Geyer Papers.

NW: Nym Wales Papers.

HMP: Herbert L. Matthews Papers, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University, New York.

IWM: Imperial War Museum, London.

ACP: A. C. Simonds Papers.

FGP: F. G. Peake Papers.

FTB: F. T. Birkinshaw Papers.

LFMS: Letters from Field Marshal Viscount Slim to Lt. Col. H. R. K. Gibbs.

LTEL: Letters from T. E. Lawrence to C. P. Robertson.

MT: Michael Tutton Papers.

NMC: Nevil Macready correspondence with Henry Wilson.

OWP: Orde Wingate Papers.

RDJ: R. D. Jeune Papers.

TWB: T. W. Beaumont Papers.

KSH: Kansas Historical Society, Topeka.

JBP: John Brown Papers.

BBJ: “The Battle of Black Jack,” by G. W. E. Griffith (Vol. XVI).

WJB: “With John Brown in Kansas,” by August Bondi (Vol. VIII).

LBJ: Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library, Austin, Tex.

B1967: “The Battleground in 1967.” Memorandum by Ed Lansdale, Nov. 11, 1966 (Doc. 096c, Memos to the President).

CSP: “Cuban Subversive Policy and the Bolivian Guerrilla Episode.” CIA Intelligence Report, May 1968 (National Security File, Box 19).

LOH: Edward Lansdale Oral History Interview.

POL: H. C. Lodge to President, Aug. 3, 1965 (Doc. 094a, Memos to the President).

LFM: Letters of General Francis Marion, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison.

LTOH: Luis Taruc Oral History, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

NA: National Archives, Kew, England.

AAD: Abrahim Akavia Diary (WO 217/37).

AC: “Afghanistan: Extracts from the Correspondence in India Subsequent to the Insurrection of November, 1841” (PRO 30/12/33/6).

ADM: Admiralty records, Oct.–Dec. 1827 (FO 78/162).

AT: “South Africa: Report on Working of Armoured Trains” (WO 108/414).

BRIAM: Records of the British Advisory Mission, Saigon (FO 371/170100-170102).

BLOCK: “Role of Engineers, Ch. 14: Blockhousing” (WO 108/295).

CIR: “Correspondence Respecting Circassia: 1855–57” (FO 881/1443)

CIRE: “Papers Respecting the Settlement of Circassian Emigrants in Turkey,” June 4, 1864 (FO 881/1259).

DRA: “Defense of the Realm Act 1914 and Restoration of Order in Ireland 1920” (WO 35/66).

IBR: “A Report on the Intelligence Branch of the Chief of Police, Dublin Castle, from May 1920 to July 1921” (WO 35/214).

IRE: Military Operations and Inquiries in Ireland (WO 35/88B)

RBJ: Reports on the Blockade of Jellabad (PRO 30/12/32/15).

SAD: South Africa Dispatches (WO 108/380).

TITO: “Establishment of Communications with Tito and Mihailovic” (HS 5/966).

NAI: National Archives of Ireland, Dublin.

BCB: Bernard C. Byrne Witness Statement (WS 631).

CD: Charles Dalton Witness Statement (WS 434).

DB: Dan Breen Witness Statement (WS 1739).

JJS: James J. Slattery Witness Statement (WS 445).

JB: Joseph Byrne Witness Statement (WS 461).

JL: Joe Leonard Witness Statement (WS 547).

PL: Patrick Lawson Witness Statement (WS 667).

PM: Patrick McCree Witness Statement (WS 413).

VB: Vincent Byrne Witness Statement (WS 423).

WJS: William James Stapleton Witness Statement (WS 822).

NARA: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington and College Park, Md.

CCH: Dispatches from U.S. consuls in Cap Haïtien, Haiti, 1791–1906 (RG 59, M9).

CREST: CIA Records Search Tool.

DOJ-SC: Department of Justice, Source Chronological Files, 1871–1874 (RG 60).

DOJ-LS: Letters Sent by the Department of Justice, 1818–1904 (RG 60, M699).

DS: General Records of the Department of State, Central Decimal File (RG 59).

LM: Letters Relating to Lewis Merrill, Adjutant General’s Office, Letters Received, 1863–1870 (RG 94, M1064).

MAAGV-OM: Military Assistance Advisory Group Vietnam, Adjutant General, Security Classified Outgoing Messages (RG 472).

MAAGV-MAR: Military Assistance Advisory Group Vietnam, Adjutant General, Monthly Activity Reports (RG 472).

OSS: OSS Classified Sources and Methods Files (RG 226).

RPY: Records of the Post of Yorkville, S.C., 1871–1877 (RG 393, Part V).

NLI: National Library of Ireland, Dublin.

PBP: Piaras Béaslaí Papers (MSS 33).

KK: Correspondence between Michael Collins and Kitty Kiernan (MSS 31).

MCP: Michael Collins Papers (MSS 40).

VBP: Vincent Byrne Papers (MSS 36).

NSA: National Security Archive, Washington.

DCG. The Death of Che Guevara: Declassified.

RSC: Rendition in the Southern Cone.

OWA: Orde Wingate Archive, Steve Forbes Churchill Collection, New York.

TEMP: Gerald Templer Papers. Private collection of the Templer family, Salisbury, England.

WP: The Papers of George Washington Digital Edition. University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville.

RW: Revolutionary War.

CS: Colonial Series.

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