The ANRS collection consists of the following documents and publications, here listed with the most recent postings first:
1205. Naval Documents of the American Revolution (the 11 completed volumes).
1204. Purpose and Contribution in Editing Naval Documents: A General Appreciation by John B. Hattendorf (2000) (3.7mb).
1203. The Writings of Stephen B. Luce, edited with Commentary by John D. Hayes and John B. Hattendorf (1975) (7.1mb).
1202. Doing Naval History, Essays Toward Improvement, edited by John B. Hattendorf (1995) (4.6mb).
1201. The Uses of Maritime History in and for the Navy by John B. Hattendorf (2003) (414kb).
1108. An Admiral’s Yarn by Admiral Harris Laning, edited by Mark Russell Shulman and the Naval War College Press Staff (1999) (11.85mb).
1106. The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History (the 3 completed volumes).
1105. Naval Documents related to the United States Wars with the Barbary Powers (6 volumes plus supplement).
1103. U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1990s (2.3mb).
1102. U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1980s (13.7mb).
1101. U.S. Naval Strategy in the 1970s (2.1mb).
1004. The Memoirs of Admiral H. Kent Hewitt, edited by Evelyn M. Cherpak (2004) (10.42mb).
1003. Charleston Blockade: The Journals of John B. Marchand, U.S. Navy 1861–1862, edited with commentary by Craig L. Symonds (1976) (8.42mb).
1002. On His Majesty’s Service: Observations of the British Home Fleet from the Diary, Reports, and Letters of Joseph H. Wellings Assistant U.S. Naval Attaché London, 1940–41, edited by John B. Hattendorf (1983) (7.89mb).
1001. The Queenstown Patrol, 1917: The Diary of Commander Joseph Knefler Taussig, U.S. Navy, edited by William N. Still, Jr. (1996) (7.79mb).