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Tami Davis Biddle

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Local Address: Carlisle, Pennsylvania, United States
U.S. Army War College

Employment History

  • George C. Marshall Chair of Military Studies In the Department of National Security and Strategy
    U.S. Army War College
  • Professor
  • Member, Department of History
    Duke University
  • Teacher In the Department of History
    Duke University
  • Assistant Professor of History
    Duke University

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • PhD
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Arnold A. Saltzman Institute of War & Peace Studies, 3 Jan 2013 [cached]
A variety of accomplished scholars, policy analysts, and military professionals participated for a day at a time: Cindy Williams of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tami Davis Biddle of the U.S. Army War College, Mark Cancian of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Eliot Cohen of Johns Hopkins SAIS, Andrew Exum of the Center for New American Security, and Conrad Crane of the US Army Military History Institute.
Soldiers Blue [cached]
The American historian Tami Davis Biddle, a professor at the US Army War College and a subject matter expert, also elaborates:
Tami Davis Biddle elaborates:
42, No. 2 (Summer 1995), from Tami Davis Biddle, "Dresden 1945: Reality, History, and Memory," in Project Muse - Scholarly Journals Online of The Journal of Military History, (Lexington, VA: Virginia Military Institute, April 2008), pp. 433, Note 62. - Book revisits Germans' war horror, 18 Jan 2003 [cached]
Tami Davis Biddle, historian at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pa., said a series of documents show that when the Allies targeted eastern German cities, they knew their bombs would fall on refugees as well as massing troops.
"It is a statement of the desperation and the level of fear among the Allies that no one stops and says, `Wait a minute, maybe we should rethink this,' " Biddle said.
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Past FPRI Events (2010) - FPRI [cached]
Tami Davis Biddle is Professor of National Security Studies and Military History at the US Army War College, the Army's senior-level staff college. From 2005-2007 she held the George C. Marshall Chair of Military Studies in the Department of National Security and Strategy at the U.S. Army War College, and from 2001-2002 she was the Harold K. Johnson Visiting Professor of Military History at the US Army's Military History Institute. Prior to that she taught in the Department of History at Duke University where she was a core faculty member of the Duke University/University of North Carolina Joint Program in Military History.
Biggest mistake of WW2 > Professor Tami Biddle >, 27 June 2011 [cached]
TAMI BIDDLE: At some level it was Hitler's decision to fight the war, to go up against all the enemies that he managed to accumulate against him at one point. Going into Russia at the moment that he did with a kind of tremendously optimistic view of how that war was going to go was a staggering mistake. You could have consolidated for a longer period of time I think, though by the same token he knows the Russians were probably going to build up, but Stalin was doing everything in his power to appease Hitler right up until the moment that he crossed into Soviet territory. We made some pretty huge mistakes, but I guess you only have to stay ahead of your enemy, and Hitler actually managed to make bigger mistakes than we did. And so, you know, all you can say is thank God for that.
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