ItemReport: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review Volume 6, Issue 2 (Fall 2016)(West Point Press, 2016) Editing TeamReport is a non-profit publication produced by undergraduate cadets at the United States Military Academy. It accepts and encourages submissions from undergraduates in the fall and spring. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. ItemFront Matter(West Point Press, 2016) Editing TeamThe Editorial Board would like to thank the faculty of the History Department for their submission recommendations, all the students who submitted papers, and Captain Matthew Cohen for his advice and guidance on historical scholarship. Without their help, Report would not have been possible. ItemLessons from the East: The Reforms of the Russian Imperial Army from 1905 to 1914(West Point Press, 2016) Brist, StevenSteven Brist is a cadet in his third year at the United States Military Academy studying Military History. ItemAngels of Mercy: A Gendered Analysis of American Nurses in the Philippines(West Point Press, 2016) Conger, RachaelRachael Conger is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison. This paper is part of the research she conducted her senior year. She would like to thank Professor Mary Lou Roberts, who oversaw her research, as well as the excellent history program at her alma mater. ItemInadvertent Suffrage: Maori Women and the New Zealand Women’s Christian Temperance Union(West Point Press, 2016) Cornett, LydiaLydia Cornett is a history major at Princeton University, and wrote this article for the spring Junior Paper Program. She would like to acknowledge: her advisor, Professor Michael Laffan, for his guidance and generous feedback; Dr. Felicity Barnes at the University of Auckland for assistance in finding sources; and her parents, for their support. ItemThe Red Progressives: Native Americans and the shift from Assimilation to pluralism(West Point Press, 2016) Mengle, AndrewAndrew Mengle is a history major at the United States Military Academy who wrote this essay for the course "Making of Modern America" with Professor Samuel Watson. Upon graduation he will serve as a Field Artillery Officer with the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Vilseck, Germany. ItemFate Saw the Jewel: Enver Pasha’s Post-War Intrigues, 1918-1922.”(West Point Press, 2016) Tannenbaum, BenBen Tannenbaum is a senior studying history at Northwestern University.