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Tami Davis Biddle

Professor of National Security Studies

Army Corps

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Officers and Trustees | The Society for Military History

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Tami Biddle, US Army War College


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Tami Biddle, PhD
Professor of Military History, Army War College


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co-authors Tami Davis Biddle of the U.S. Army War College and Robert M. Citino of the University of North Texas provide a compelling chronicle of military history's revitalization over the past four decades and assess its current place in American higher education.


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My fellow panelists were Christian Appy, a professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and the author of several books, including American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity; Meredith Lair, an associate professor in the Department of History & Art History at George Mason University, who is the author of Armed with Abundance: Consumerism and Soldiering in the Vietnam War; and Tami Davis Biddle, Professor of History and National Security Strategy at the US Army War College, who is the author of numerous articles and book chapters, as well as Rhetoric and Reality in Air Warfare: The Evolution of British and American Ideas about Strategic Bombing, 1914-1945.
Rob recruited Tami Davis Biddle of the U.S. Army War College to join him, and the two of them went to work with a will. When Rob resigned as vice president just before our 2014 Annual Meeting,  Tami soldiered on, completing a compellingly argued and beautifully written essay. As I draft this column, Tami and Rob’s masterpiece, The Role of Military History in the Contemporary Academy, is at the printer’s and should be released before you read my words. We hope that Tami and Rob’s vision will cause academe to take a new look at military history.  co-authors Tami Davis Biddle of the U.S. Army War College and Robert M. Citino of the University of North Texas provide a compelling chronicle of military history’s revitalization over the past four decades and assess its current place in American higher education.


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It was not uncommon for warnings to be ignored during warfare, said Tami Biddle, professor of national security at the U.S. Army War College in Pennsylvania.
After rapid progress in the summer and early fall of 1944, many decision-makers had concluded that the war was coming to a close and would be wrapped up by Christmas. Things bogged down in the autumn, but even so there seemed to be little expectation that Germany would go back on the offensive, Biddle said. In December 1944, Adolph Hitler attempted to split the Allied armies in northwest Europe by means of a surprise blitzkrieg thrust through the Ardennes region to Antwerp. The American units were "caught off-guard," according to an article in history.com, and fought desperate battles to stem the German advance at St. Vith, Elsenborn Ridge, Houffalize and Bastogne. "It does not surprise me a veteran sent a warning that went largely unheeded," Biddle said. The American units were "caught off-guard," according to an article in history.com, and fought desperate battles to stem the German advance at St. Vith, Elsenborn Ridge, Houffalize and Bastogne."It does not surprise me a veteran sent a warning that went largely unheeded," Biddle said.


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