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BOX 128-141 Speeches and Writings File, 1958-2001
Speeches by Crowe and others, speaking engagements, clippings, printed matter, articles, a book review, dissertation, letters to the editor, and op-ed pieces related to military and political subjects.
Arranged under speeches and engagements or writings and therein chronologically.
BOX 128 Speeches and engagements
By Crowe
Indices
Numbered speeches, 1983-1985
Speeches on disk, 1978-1987, undated
Chronological
1958-1959, 1970-1974
BOX 129 1976-1979 See also Classified
(7 folders)
BOX 130 1980 -1982 See also Classified
(7 folders)
BOX 131 1983
(3 folders)
1984
(4 folders)
BOX 132 (2 folders)
1985
(4 folders)
BOX 133 (1 folder)
1986-1987
(5 folders)
1988
(1 folder)
BOX 134 (3 folders)
1989
(11 folders)
BOX 135 (12 folders)
1990-1992
(35 folders)
BOX 136 1993-1994
(4 folders)
circa 1994-circa 1997
1995-1996
(8 folders)
BOX 137 1997-2003
(5 folders)
Undated See also Classified
(3 folders)
Miscellaneous notes and partial speeches, circa 1994-circa 1997
BOX 138 Topical
Asian strategy, 1974-1975, undated
Navy, general, 1974, undated
Politics and the military, 1969, 1976, undated
Weapons systems, 1971, undated
By others
1961-1978
(4 folders)
BOX 139 1979-1989
(7 folders)
BOX 140 1990-1997
(6 folders)
Writings
1965, “Policy Roots of the Royal Navy, 1946-1963,” dissertation
1977, “East Africa and the Western Indian Ocean: A Strategic Analysis”
1978, “The Persian Gulf: Central or Peripheral to United States Strategy?”
BOX 141 1980, “NATO's Southern Flank: ’Sideshow' Due for Center Ring?”
1981, “America at the Watershed?” See also Classified
1982
“Have Nuclear Submarines Changed Naval Warfare?”
“The Mediterranean, an Ancient Sea with a New Challenge”
“Turkey in NATO: Taking Stock at the 30-year Mark”
1983, “A Message from CINCPAC”
1984
“Free World Resolve”
Op-ed piece for Honolulu Advertiser
“The United States Pacific Command: Promoting Peace in Asia”
“U.S. Pacific Command: Protecting Our Interests Across 100 Million Square Miles”
“U.S. Sea Power in the Pacific: Key to Regional Stability”
1985
“The Armed Forces of the Asia-Pacific Region: No. 17, The US Cannot, and Should Not, Go It Alone”
“United States Security Interests in the Pacific Theater”
1987, “Western Strategy and Naval Missions Approaching the Twenty-First Century”
1988, “Plain Talk About Defense”
1989
“Don't Cut a Winner”
“Elements and Pillars of Soviet Military Power”
“Elliott Abrams Remains Reckless on Panama,” letter to the editor
“It's Too Early to Spend the Defense Savings”
“National Defense in the 1990s”
1991
“A Communist, a Patriot, a Soldier”
“Rethinking Security in the Pacific”
“Strategic Supplies Depend on U.S. Industries,” letter to the editor
“The Way It Was,” letter to the editor
1992
“Clinton's Vietnam Era Compatriots at Oxford,” letter to the editor
“Crowe Defends Decision,” letter to the editor
1993, “Reducing Nuclear Danger”
1996, “The President's Visit: One Year Later”
1997, “The Fortunes of Peace,” book review of The Yellow Admiral by Patrick O'Brian
1999, “Two Embassies Down . . .,” op-ed piece
Undated
BOX CL 1-CL 2 Classified, 1972-1989
Government security documents.
Arranged and described according to the series, containers, and folders from which the items were removed.
BOX CL 1 Correspondence
1974
Numbered, 7400000-7400008 (Container 2)
Unnumbered (Container 2)
1976, numbered, 7600001-7600234 (Container 2)
1977, 7700000-7700538 (Container 3)
1978, 7800051-7800236 (Container 4)
1979, O-Z (Container 5)
1980
A-F (Container 5) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
G-S (Container 6) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
T-Z (Container 7)
1981
E-P (Container 8) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
R-Z (Container 9) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
1983
Commander in chief, Allied Forces Southern Europe
A-D (Container 10) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
E-Z (Container 11) See also North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Commander in chief, Pacific Command
B-E (Container 12)
F-L (Container 13)
Ma-Sh (Container 14)
Si-Z (Container 15)
1984, commander in chief, Pacific Command
“Ab-By” miscellaneous (Container 16)
“Ca-Cos” miscellaneous (Container 17)
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