This Winter 2019 edition of 'Marine Corps History' contains the following articles: "General Pershing and the U.S. Marines" by Peter T. Underwood; "Stability or Disruption: The U.S. Marine Occupation 21 and the Voodoo Trials in Haiti, 1926-30" by David J. Ulbrich; "The Birth and Early Years of Marine Corps Intelligence" by Michael H. Decker and William Mackenzie; "'Tree Hugging Work': The Shifting Attitudes and Practices of the U.S. Marine Corps Toward Peace Operations in the 1990s" by Mary Elizabeth Walters; "The Triptych of Modern Combat: Joe Sacco's Reporting on Iraq" by Cord A. Scott and a review essay "Charging Up San Juan Hill: Theodore Roosevelt and the Making of Imperial America and In Command: Theodore Roosevelt and the American Military" by Keith D. Dickson. This edition also contains eight book reviews.
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Marine Corps History (Winter 2019) v.5 no. 2