The Strange Early History of American Machine Guns: Hotchkiss and Browning
The Artilleryman Magazine,
Vol. 41, No. 3, Summer 2020
Pershing’s “Open Warfare” Doctrine in the Light of American Military History
Published by the U.S. Army Center of Military History
Army History Magazine, Fall 2019
Go to p. 32
Charles G. Dawes: The Man Who Supplied the American Expeditionary Forces
This article was published in World War One Illustrated, the journal of the non-profit World War One Historical Association – www.ww1ha.org.
What Made the 75 mm Gun So Revolutionary?
The Artilleryman magazine, Vol. 40, No. 1, Winter 2018
Did America Win World War I?
The American (published in the UK), November-December 2018
The Veterans of World War I: Remembrance and History
Delivered to the Descendants and Friends of the 314th Infantry in the George Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge, PA, May 28, 2017
The Strange Early History of American Machine Guns – Part I: Maxim and Benét-Mercié
The Strange Early History of American Machine Guns – Part II: Lewis and Chauchat
Four Questions for Author Gene Fax
The United States World War One Centennial Commission and the Doughboy Foundation