in September 2015. Torch:
North Africa and the Allied Path to Victory. This is a
major study of Operation Torch, its planning and
its overall impact on the Second World War.
Naval War College Review Summer 2015 has
published an article by Vincent P. O'Hara and
against a Fleet: The Italian Attack on
Alexandria 18/19 December 1941. Article
History (April 2015) has
published the article "Landing the Troops . . .
Across the Rhine"
Struggle for the Middle Sea has
been released in paperback by Naval Institute
Press (March 2015). This includes many
Black Phoenix: History and Operations of the
Marina Repubblicana 1943-1945 with
Enrico Cernuschi has been published (March
2014). This is a companion volume to Dark Navy
by the same authors and covers
the little-known history of the pro-fascist navy
that operated alongside the Germans to the end
of the war.
2010. This includes a short taped interview and,
scrolling down, Q&As regarding Struggle
the Middle Sea on the Naval Institute
U.S. Navy Against the Axis on the Naval
Fleet at War 1939-1945 (2004).
Navy Against the Axis: Surface Combat
the Mediterranean: The Great Navies at War
in the Mediterranean 1940-1945 (2009).
the Regia Marina and the Armistice of 8
September 1943. (2009)
- On Seas
Contested: The Seven Great Navies of the
Second World War (2010). An edited
work with W. David Dickson and Richard Worth
Passage Perilous: Malta and the Convoy
Battles of June 1942. (2012)
Royal Navy's Revenge and other Encounters
in the War at Sea (2013) collected
Crown the Waves: The Great Navies of the
First World War. (2013) An
edited work with W. David Dickson and
Phoenix: History and Operations of the
Marina Repubblicana 1943-1945. (2014)
With Enrico Cernuschi
North Africa and the Allied Path to
have authored or co-authored thirty-four
articles that have appeared in U.S., British,
and Italian publications.
section has links to some useful sites and
lists some of my favorite books and magazines.
Maps and Samples.
I produce the
maps and graphics for my books and articles.
Samples appear in this section.
Commentary. Random thoughts and