Seabees of the Navy, 1942 - 1997: A Bibliography
By Steven C. Karoly
Bayliss, Gwyn M. Bibliographic Guide to the
Two World Wars: An Annotated Survey of English-Language Reference
Materials. New York: Bowker, 1977.
Bibliography of bibliographies. Citations B322-B346 cover naval history.
Coletta, Paolo E. An Bibliography of American Naval History. Naval Institute Press, 1981.
Dornbusch, Charles E. Post-War Souvenir Book and Unit Histories of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Construction Battalions. Washington: Office of Naval History, Department of the Navy, 1953. Ziegler: 8.
________. Unit Histories of World War II:
United States Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy. Washington:
Office of the Chief of Military History, Department of the Army,
Identifies 133 Seabee cruise books. The books of one regiment, 94 battalions, 12 specials, 15 maintenance units and three detachments are cited. This one in a series of military bibliographies published by the U. S. Army, produced with the cooperation of the New York Public Library.
________. Supplement 1951 to Unit Histories
of World War II: United States Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy
1950. Washington: Office of the Chief of Military History,
Department of the Army, September, 1950.
Adds 16 Seabee cruise books to the his earlier work.
Enser, A. G. S. A Subject Bibliography of
the Second World War: Books in English, 1939-1979. Boulder,
CO: Westview Press, 1977.
Four Seabee books and 25 cruise books are cited. They are are from 21 battalions, one special, one maintenance unit and one detachment. Entries are not numbered.
Higham, Robin, ed. A Guide to the Sources of
United States Military History. Hamden, CN: Archon Books,
1975. Suppl. I, 1981 and suppl. II, 1986.
General bibliographic reference for the student of U. S. military history. Lists two Seabee works.
Kinnell, Susan K. Military History of the
United Sates: An Annotated Bibliography. Santa Barbara, CA,
General bibliographic reference for the student of U. S. military history. Two Seabee authors are cited.
Lane, Jack C. America's Military Past: A Guide to Information Sources. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1980.
Marolda, Edward J. and G. Wesley Pryce, III. A Select Bibliography of the United States Navy and the Vietnam Conflict. Washington: Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, 1983. Higham: 677.
Mawdsley, Dean L. Cruise Books of the U. S. Navy in World War II: A
Bibliography. Naval History Bibliographies No. 2. Washington: Naval Historical Center, Department of the
Includes entries of the 204 known Seabee cruise books, identifying the books of one brigade, one regiment, 114 battalions, 19 specials, 23 maintenance units, eight detachments, and four bases. It is the most up to date bibliography of U. S. Navy unit histories.
Smith, Myron J. World War II at Sea: A
Bibliography of Sources in English. 3 vols. Metuchen, NJ:
Scarecrow, 1976. Bayliss: B335.
Identifies 53 Seabee books and articles that were written as of December 1973. He also lists 139 Seabee cruise books of one regiment, 99 battalions, 12 specials, 13 maintenance units and three detachments.
U. S. Naval Institute. Proceedings: Cumulative Index, 1874-1977. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1982.
Ziegler, Janet. World War II: Books in
English, 1945-65. Stanford: Hoover Institute, 1971.
Identifies 33 Seabee cruise books from World War II. Citations include books of 30 battalions, two specials, one maintenance unit and one detachment. Six books and one bibliography are also listed.
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