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Robert J. Maddox • 19 Items / 3 Articles, 6 Books, 10 Reviews
Weapons for Victory (1995)
The Hiroshima Decision Fifty Years Later
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    United States (Review)
    Weapons for Victory, by Robert James Maddox
    1. Weapons for Victory by Robert James Maddox
    The American Historical Review, February 1997, p. 212
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    Bombs Away (8 Reviews)
    Code-Name Downfall, by Thomas B. Allen and Norman Polmar
    1. Code-Name Downfall by Thomas B. Allen and Norman Polmar
    2. Weapons for Victory by Robert James Maddox
    3. Truman and the Hiroshima Cult by Robert P. Newman
    4. The Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb and the Architecture of an American Myth by Gar Alperovitz
    5. Hiroshima in America by Robert Jay Lifton and Greg Mitchell
    6. Hiroshima: Why America Dropped the Atomic Bomb by Ronald Takaki
    7. Judgment at the Smithsonian by Philip Nobile
    8. Marching Orders by Bruce Lee
    National Review, November 6, 1995, pp. 60-63
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    Military, Scientific, and Technological
    1. The Oxford Companion to World War II by I.C.B. Dear and M.R.D. Foot
    2. Defense Conversion by Jacques S. Gansler
    3. Weapons for Victory by Robert James Maddox
    4. Desert Warrior by Khaled Bin Sultan and Patrick Seale
    5. Savage Peace by Daniel P. Bolger
    6. Betrayal by Tim Weiner, David Johnston, and Neil A. Lewis
    7. Dirty Tricks or Trump Cards by Roy Godson
    8. The U.N. Inspections in Iraq by Kathleen C. Bailey
    9. U.S. Intelligence at the Crossroads by Ernest R. May, Gary Schmitt, and Roy Godson
    10. China's Air Force Enters the 21st Century by Kenneth W. Allen, Glenn Krumel, and Jonathan D. Pollack, ...
    Foreign Affairs, September 1995, pp. 165-167