Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review, Volume 13, Issue 1 (Fall 2012)
West Point Press
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Editor-In-Chief: Tara C. Lacson, International History Editors: Josh L. Clevenger, Military History/ Economics; Carl B. Rios, International History; Austen Boroff, International History; Erin A.T. Mauldin, International History/ Environmental Science; Tyler Mazda, Military History; Sean M. McQuade, Economics/ International Relations; Sean D. Sutter, Military History; Evan C. Pardue, Military History; Zachary W. Hoffman, French/ Philosophy; Francis John Ambrogio, III, International History; Alexander Molnar, Computer Sciences; Hope Landsem, Economics Authors: Rapido River And The Limits Of Congressional Military Oversight by David Fine Admiral Nelson’s Importance At The Victory Of Trafalgar by Ethan D. Cole Motivations For Resistance: Guerilla Warfare In The Peninsular War by Andrew S. Brimer Brewing Success In A Drought: How National Breweries Used Prohibition To Their Advantage by Benjamin S. Smith The Forgotten “Weekend War”: A Comprehensive Account Of The 1871 Korean Expedition by Matthew T. Howe The Virtues Of An Explicit Defense: Homosex In The Victorian Royal Navy by Britta Hanson The Beautiful Cockroach: How Hutu Power Ideology Normalized Violence Against Tutsi Women During The 1994 Rwandan Genocide by Natalia P. Brooks
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