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Frank N. "Mickey" Schubert (born June 3, 1943) is an American author and military historian. He was the chief of joint operational history in the Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff until his retirement in 2003. He is a graduate of Howard University (BA, 1965), the University of Wyoming (MA, 1970), and the University of Toledo (PhD, 1977). He is a veteran of the Vietnam War and worked as a historian in the Department of Defense for the US Army Corps of Engineers (1977–1989), the US Army Center of Military History (1989–1993), and the Joint History Office of the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1993–2003). He was a Fulbright scholar at Babes Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania, during the academic year 2003–2004 and has lectured at universities and research centers in seven European countries. His published work has focused on North American frontier exploration, black soldiers in the US Army, and military construction. He was born in Washington, DC.[1][2][3]

Frank N. "Mickey" Schubert
Born (1943-06-03) June 3, 1943 (age 76)
Washington, DC, US
OccupationHistorian and Author
NationalityAmerican
EducationHoward University
University of Wyoming
University of Toledo
GenreHistory, Military History
Notable worksBlack Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870–1898; Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, and the Brass: The Story of Fort Robinson, Nebraska
SpouseIrene

BibliographyEdit

  • Schubert (Editor), Frank N. (2013). Other Than War: The American Military Experience and Operations in the Post-Cold War Decade. Department of Defense. ISBN 978-0160917691.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  • Schubert, Frank N. (2011). Hungarian Borderlands: From the Habsburg Empire to the Axis Alliance, the Warsaw Pact and the European Union. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 978-1441114938.
  • Schubert (Editor), Frank N. (2004). The Nation Builders: A Sesquicentennial History of the Corps of Topographical Engineers 1838–1863. University Press of the Pacific. ISBN 978-1410218728.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)[4]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (2003). Voices of the Buffalo Soldier: Records, Reports, and Recollections of Military Life and Service in the West. University of New Mexico Press. ISBN 978-0826323101.[5][6][7]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (2002). Building Air Bases in the Negev: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Israel, 1979–1982. University Press of the Pacific. ISBN 978-0898758276.[8][9]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1997). Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870–1898. Scholarly Resources Inc. ISBN 978-0842025867.[10][11][12]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1995). Mobilization: The U.S. Army in World War II: The 50th Anniversary. Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 978-1515363156.
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1995). On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier: Biographies of African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866–1917. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0842024822.[13]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1995). Outpost of the Sioux Wars: A History of Fort Robinson. University of Nebraska Press. ISBN 978-0803292260.
  • Schubert (Editor), Frank N.; Kraus (Editor), Theresa L. (1995). The Whirlwind War: The United States Army in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm (Cmh Pub, 70-30). Diane Pub Co. ISBN 978-0788128295.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)[14]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1992). Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, and the Brass: The Story of Fort Robinson, Nebraska. White Mane Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0942597448.[15][16]
  • Schubert, Frank N. (1980). Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1819–1879. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Engineers.[17][18]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schubert, Frank N. (2013). "Other than War: The American Military Experience and Operations in the Post-Cold War Decade" (PDF). www.jcs.mil. Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. p. 139. Retrieved December 4, 2018.   This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
  2. ^ "Frank N. Schubert Biography". history.army.mil. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
  3. ^ "Frank N. Schubert Biography". www.bloomsbury.com. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
  4. ^ Chapman, William H. (1990). "THe Nation Builders. A Sesquicentennial History of the Corps of Topographical Engineers 1838–1863 by Frank N. Schubert: Review of 1st edition". Earth Sciences History. 9 (2): 173. JSTOR 24137081.
  5. ^ Bowen, Sandra E. (Summer 2004). "Book Reviews Frank N. Schubert, ed., Voices of the Buffalo Solider [sic]: Records, Reports, and Recollections of Military Life and Service in the West". The Journal of African American History. 89 (3): 273–275. doi:10.2307/4134082. JSTOR 4134082.
  6. ^ van de Logt, Mark (January 2004). "Voices of the Buffalo Soldier: Records, Reports, and Recollections of Military Life and Service in the West by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Journal of Military History. 68 (1): 259–260. doi:10.1353/jmh.2003.0393. JSTOR 3397271.
  7. ^ Harris, Theodore D. (Summer 2004). "Review of Voices of the Buffalo Soldier: Records, Reports, and Recollections of Military Life and Service in the West by Frank N. Schubert; The Buffalo Soldier Tragedy of 1877 by Paul H. Carlson". Western Historical Quarterly. 35 (2): 238–239. doi:10.2307/25442987. JSTOR 25442987.
  8. ^ Merritt, Raymond H. (1 April 1995). "Frank N. Schubert, "Building Air Bases in the Negev: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Israel, 1979–1982" (Book Review)". Technology and Culture. Detroit, Michigan. 36 (2): 432. doi:10.2307/3106399. hdl:2027/mdp.39015029171645. JSTOR 3106399. Retrieved 5 December 2018.
  9. ^ Hartzer, Ronald B. (Summer 1994). "Building Air Bases in the Negev: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Israel, 1979–1982 by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Public Historian. 16 (3): 76–78. doi:10.2307/3378511. JSTOR 3378511.
  10. ^ Redkey, Edwin S. (1998). "Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870–1898 by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Journal of Southern History. 64 (4): 763–764. doi:10.2307/2587559. JSTOR 2587559.
  11. ^ Fletcher, Marvin (September 1998). "Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870–1898. by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Journal of American History. 85 (2): 723–724. doi:10.2307/2567863. JSTOR 2567863.
  12. ^ Raines Jr., Edgar F. (Summer 1998). "Black Valor: Buffalo Soldiers and the Medal of Honor, 1870–1898 by Frank N. Schubert: Review". Army History (45): 42–43. JSTOR 26304806.
  13. ^ Hughes, Elaine (Winter 1995). "On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier: Biographies of African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866–1917 by Frank N. Schubert: Review". RQ. 35 (2): 260–262. JSTOR 20862898.
  14. ^ Brune, Lester H. (December 1996). "The Whirlwind War: The United States Army in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. by Frank N. Schubert, Theresa L. Kraus". The Journal of American History. 83 (3): 1102. doi:10.2307/2945796. JSTOR 2945796.
  15. ^ Carlson, Paul H. (Spring 1994). "Buffalo Soldiers, Braves and the Brass: The Story of Fort Robinson, Nebraska by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Historian. 56 (3): 567–568. JSTOR 24448729.
  16. ^ Worcester, Donald E. (September 1994). "Buffalo Soldiers, Braves, and the Brass: The Story of Fort Robinson, Nebraska. by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Journal of American History. 81 (2): 719–720. doi:10.2307/2081291. JSTOR 2081291.
  17. ^ Conrad, David (1 April 1982). "Book Reviews. Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1819–1879". Western Historical Quarterly. 13 (2): 187–188. doi:10.2307/968363. JSTOR 968363.
  18. ^ Skelton, William B. (December 1981). "Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1819–1879 by Frank N. Schubert: Review". The Journal of American History. 68 (3): 672. doi:10.2307/1901981. JSTOR 1901981.