Marine Corps Historical Publications: 1990-1981
 
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1990  
 
A Brief History of the 14th Marines. LtCol Ronald J. Brown, USMCR. 1990. 103 pp.
 
The Journals of Marine Second Lieutenant Henry Bulls Watson, 1845-1848. Charles R. Smith, editor. Occasional Paper. 1990. 420 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: The Bitter End, 1973-1975. Maj George R. Dunham, USMC and Col David A. Quinlan, USMC. 1990. 315 pp.
 
When the Russians Blinked: The U.S. Maritime Response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Maj John M. Young, USMCR. Occasional Paper. 1990. 236 pp.
 
1989 
 
Herringbone Cloak--GI Dagger, Marines of the OSS. Maj Robert E. Mattingly, USMC. Occasional Paper. 1989. 315 pp.
 
Marine Corps Flag Manual. MCO P10520.3B. 1989. 67 pp.
 
Marines and Military Law in Vietnam: Trial by Fire. LtCol Gary D. Solis, USMC. 1989. 295 pp.
 
U.S. Marines at Twentynine Palms, California. Col Verle E. Ludwig, USMC (Ret). 1989. 109 pp.
 
1988  
 
Curriculum Evolution: Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 1920-1988. LtCol Donald F. Bittner, USMCR. Occasional Paper. 1988. 92 pp.
 
A History of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115. Capt John C. Chapin, USMCR (Ret). 1988. 89 pp.
 
John Archer Lejeune, 1869-1942: Register of His Personal Papers. LtCol Merrill L. Bartlett, USMC (Ret), compiler. Occasional Paper. 1988. 107 pp.
 
Leadership Lessons and Remembrances from Vietnam. LtGen Herman Nickerson, Jr., USMC (Ret). Occasional Paper. 1988. 93 pp.
 
Marine Corps Historical Publications Catalog: Available Publications List and Chronological Bibliography. Henry I. Shaw, Jr., compiler. 1988. 32 pp. Addendum page 1990, 1992.
 
Thomas Holcomb, 1879-1965, Register of His Personal Papers. Gibson B. Smith, compiler. Occasional Paper. 1988. 229 pp.
 
To Wake Island and Beyond: Reminiscences. BGen Woodrow M. Kessler, USMC (Ret). Occasional Paper. 1988. 145 pp.
 
The Problems of U.S. Marine Corps Prisoners of War in Korea. James Angus MacDonald, Jr. Occasional Paper. 1988. 289 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: High Mobility and Standdown, 1969. Charles R. Smith. 1988. 403 pp.
 
1987 
 
A Brief History of the 6th Marines. LtGen William K. Jones, USMC (Ret). 1987. 181 pp.
 
Guide to the Marine Corps Historical Center. 1979. 32 pp. 1987 rev. ed. 32 pp. 1996 rev. ed. 30 pp.
 
Fortitudine: Bulletin of the Marine Corps Historical Program. 1987. Published quarterly from Summer 1987 to date. Designated bulletin of the Marine Corps Historical Program.
 
A History of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 323. Col Gerald R. Pitzel, USMCR. 1987. 61 pp.
 
John H. Russell, Jr., 1872-1947. Register of His Personal Paper. LtCol R.T. MacPherson, USMC (Ret), compiler. J. Michael Miller editor. 1987. 581 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Grenada, 1983. LtCol Ronald H. Spector, USMCR. 1987. 35 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Lebanon, 1982-1984. Benis M. Frank. 1987. 196 pp.
 
1986  
 
Alligators, Buffaloes, and Bushmasters: The History of the Development of the LVT Through World War II. Occasional Paper. Maj Alfred Dunlap Bailey, USMC (Ret). 1986. 272 pp.
 
A History of the Women Marines, 1946-1977. Col Mary V. Stremlow, USMCR. 1986. 250 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: Vietnamization and Redeployment, 1970-1971. Graham A. Cosmas and LtCol Terrence P. Murray, USMC. Maj William R. Melton, USMC, and Jack Shulimson, editors. 1986. 487 pp.
 
75 Years of Marine Corps Aviation--A Tribute. An Exhibition of Art from the Marine Corps Museum. Benis M. Frank and John T. Dyer. 1986. 41 pp.
 
1985  
 
Chaplains with Marines in Vietnam, 1962-1971. Cdr Herbert L. Bergsma, CHC, USN. 1985. 240 pp.
 
Clifton Bledsoe Cates, 1893-1970: Register of His Personal Papers. Charles A. Wood. 1985. 14 plates. 17 pp.
 
Khe Sanh Bibliography. Occasional Paper. Ray W. Stubbe. 54 pp.
 
Marines in the Frigate Navy. Four-color plate series and descriptive pamphlet. Col Charles H. Waterhouse, USMCR, artist, and Charles R. Smith. 1985. 14 plates. 36 pp.
 
1984  
 
Finding Aid to Fortitudine, Newsletter of the Marine Corps Historical Program, Volume II (1972-1973) - Volume XIII (1983-1984). Richard A. Webster and Ian C. McNeal, compilers. 1984. 59 pp.
 
The 2d Marine Division and Its Regiments. 1984. 56 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: Fighting the North Vietnamese, 1967. Maj Gary L. Telfer, USMC, LtCol Lane Rogers, USMC, and V. Keith Fleming, Jr. 1984. 338 pp.
 
Vietnam Revisited: Conversation with William D. Broyles, Jr. Col John G. Miller, USMC, editor. Occasional Paper. 1984. 48 pp.
 
1983  
 
The Colonel Robert D. Heinl, Jr., 1983 Memorial Award in Marine Corps History: Texts of the Winning Article and Those Receiving Honorable Mentions. 1983. 42 pp.
 
Marine Corps Historical Center Writing Guide. 1983 rev. ed. 74 pp.
 
U.S. Marine Corps Uniforms, 1983. Four-color plate series and descriptive pamphlet. Capt Donna J. Neary, USMCR, artist, and Capt Steven M. Berkowitz, USMC. 1983. 12 plates and 13 pp.
 
Vietnam Historians Workshop: Plenary Session. Occasional Paper. 1983. 31 pp.
 
1982  
 
A "Do-It-Yourself" Oral History Primer. Benis M. Frank. 1982. 1985 reprint. 8 pp.
 
A History of Marine Observation Squadron Six. LtCol Gary W. Parker, USMC and Maj Frank M. Batha, Jr., USMC. 1982. 73 pp.
 
The Colonel Robert D. Heinl, Jr., 1982 Memorial Award in Marine Corps History: Texts of the Winning Article and Those Receiving Honorable Mentions. 1982. 54 pp.
 
U.S. Marines Corps Marksmanship Badges from 1912 to the Present. Michael D. Visconage. 1982. 1983 reprint. 15 pp.
 
U.S. Marines in Vietnam: An Expanding War, 1966. Jack Shulimson. 1982. 390 pp.
 
1981 
 
A Brief History of the 10th Marines. Maj David N. Buckner, USMC. 1981. 131 pp.
 
A Brief History of the 25th Marines. Col Joseph B. Ruth, Jr., USMCR. 1981. 60 pp.
 
Marine Corps Historical Center Writing Guide. 1981. 63 pp. 1983 rev. ed. 74 pp.
 
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