Robert C. Stern
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About Robert C. Stern
Robert C. Stern has been writing naval history for more than thirty-five years, during which time he has published ten major works and numerous magazine articles and pictorial monographs. His major works include The Battleship Holiday: The Naval Treaties and Capital Ship Design, which analyzes the impact of the naval arms limitation treaties of the 1920s and '30s on the development of the major warships built by the world's navies, Fire from the Sky: Surviving the Kamikaze Threat, which is a retelling of the emergence of the kamikaze weapon in the Second World War and the strategies and tactics developed to cope with this potent threat and The US Navy and the War in Europe, which describes the often-overlooked contribution by the US Navy in the European Theater in the Second World War. His most recent work is Scratch One Flattop: The First Carrier Air Campaign and the Battle of the Coral Sea, which is part of the Twentieth-Century Battles series from Indiana University Press, telling the story of the first major carrier air battle in naval history. His other main interest is photography, which can be seen at stern-photography.com. He lives in Cupertino, CA, with his wife Beth and a very uninterested cat.
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