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Stockdale, James B.

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1923-12-23-2005-07-05-

Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:

"A Society of Fighting Fools and Thinking Cowards," by James B. Stockdale, 1981 Oct 26

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 11
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents Opinion article published in the Army Times.
Dates: 1981 Oct 26

Address at Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island on the occasion of Rhode Island Independence, 1978 May 7

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 16
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, speeches, newspaper articles, lectures, audio and video tape recordings, articles, and photographs relating to James B. Stockdale’s academic and naval careers from 1965 through 2005. The bulk of this collection documents his correspondence and work at the Naval War College, specifically his administrative and educational roles. Prominent correspondents include Professor Joseph G. Brennan (1910-2004), Admirals Carlisle Trost (1930-), Thomas Hayward (1924-), James Holloway III (1922-), Julien J. LeBourgeois (1923-2012), and Senators John Chafee (1922-1999), Sam Nunn (1938-), and John Tower (1925-1991). The majority of the correspondence relates to his professional work and responsibilities. Along with Stockdale’s published and unpublished writings on moral leadership, his prisoner of war experiences, and the mind in captivity, there are several articles by other academics and writers contained in this collection. Significant speeches from 1965-1993, which includes his time as president of the Naval War College, are in the collection. His speeches on values, leadership, and his prisoner of war experiences were in high demand. Of particular interest within this collection are two volumes of lectures for the popular course entitled Foundations of Moral Obligation team-taught by Stockdale and Brennan. A summary of his captivity in a North Vietnamese prison from 9 September 1965 to 12...
Dates: 1978 May 7

Address to United States Military Academy Class of 1983, 1979 Jul 13

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 13
Identifier: MSC-085- Item MSC85_07_13_04
Scope and Contents ADM Stockdale delivers an address to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point's incoming class of 1983.
Dates: 1979 Jul 13

"Admiral Stockdale - Strength from the Classics, " by Irene Wielawski, 1978 Oct

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents Wielawski, Irene. "Admiral Stockdale-Strength from the Classics." Campus Volume VII, No. 10 (1978): 18-19.
Dates: 1978 Oct

"Americans are guilt-ridden, claims former prisoner of war," by Richard Hartnett, 1982 May 14

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 6
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, speeches, newspaper articles, lectures, audio and video tape recordings, articles, and photographs relating to James B. Stockdale’s academic and naval careers from 1965 through 2005. The bulk of this collection documents his correspondence and work at the Naval War College, specifically his administrative and educational roles. Prominent correspondents include Professor Joseph G. Brennan (1910-2004), Admirals Carlisle Trost (1930-), Thomas Hayward (1924-), James Holloway III (1922-), Julien J. LeBourgeois (1923-2012), and Senators John Chafee (1922-1999), Sam Nunn (1938-), and John Tower (1925-1991). The majority of the correspondence relates to his professional work and responsibilities. Along with Stockdale’s published and unpublished writings on moral leadership, his prisoner of war experiences, and the mind in captivity, there are several articles by other academics and writers contained in this collection. Significant speeches from 1965-1993, which includes his time as president of the Naval War College, are in the collection. His speeches on values, leadership, and his prisoner of war experiences were in high demand. Of particular interest within this collection are two volumes of lectures for the popular course entitled Foundations of Moral Obligation team-taught by Stockdale and Brennan. A summary of his captivity in a North Vietnamese prison from 9 September 1965 to 12...
Dates: 1982 May 14

Confinement Summary of Captain James Bond Stockdale, USN, Senior U.S. Navy returnee from captivity as a prisoner of war from 9 September 1965 to 12 February 1973, 1976 Jul

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 17
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, speeches, newspaper articles, lectures, audio and video tape recordings, articles, and photographs relating to James B. Stockdale’s academic and naval careers from 1965 through 2005. The bulk of this collection documents his correspondence and work at the Naval War College, specifically his administrative and educational roles. Prominent correspondents include Professor Joseph G. Brennan (1910-2004), Admirals Carlisle Trost (1930-), Thomas Hayward (1924-), James Holloway III (1922-), Julien J. LeBourgeois (1923-2012), and Senators John Chafee (1922-1999), Sam Nunn (1938-), and John Tower (1925-1991). The majority of the correspondence relates to his professional work and responsibilities. Along with Stockdale’s published and unpublished writings on moral leadership, his prisoner of war experiences, and the mind in captivity, there are several articles by other academics and writers contained in this collection. Significant speeches from 1965-1993, which includes his time as president of the Naval War College, are in the collection. His speeches on values, leadership, and his prisoner of war experiences were in high demand. Of particular interest within this collection are two volumes of lectures for the popular course entitled Foundations of Moral Obligation team-taught by Stockdale and Brennan. A summary of his captivity in a North Vietnamese prison from 9 September 1965 to 12...
Dates: 1976 Jul

Draft of editorial by James B. Stockdale, undated

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 4
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents This is a draft of an editoral Stockale wrote about resigned from teh Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. Stockdale sent this draft to Joseph Brennan.
Dates: undated

Editorial on Stockdale from the Richmond News Leader, 1986 May 28

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 6
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection contains correspondence, meeting minutes, speeches, newspaper articles, lectures, audio and video tape recordings, articles, and photographs relating to James B. Stockdale’s academic and naval careers from 1965 through 2005. The bulk of this collection documents his correspondence and work at the Naval War College, specifically his administrative and educational roles. Prominent correspondents include Professor Joseph G. Brennan (1910-2004), Admirals Carlisle Trost (1930-), Thomas Hayward (1924-), James Holloway III (1922-), Julien J. LeBourgeois (1923-2012), and Senators John Chafee (1922-1999), Sam Nunn (1938-), and John Tower (1925-1991). The majority of the correspondence relates to his professional work and responsibilities. Along with Stockdale’s published and unpublished writings on moral leadership, his prisoner of war experiences, and the mind in captivity, there are several articles by other academics and writers contained in this collection. Significant speeches from 1965-1993, which includes his time as president of the Naval War College, are in the collection. His speeches on values, leadership, and his prisoner of war experiences were in high demand. Of particular interest within this collection are two volumes of lectures for the popular course entitled Foundations of Moral Obligation team-taught by Stockdale and Brennan. A summary of his captivity in a North Vietnamese prison from 9 September 1965 to 12...
Dates: 1986 May 28

Education for Leadership and Survival, 1977 Feb 18

 Item — Box: 7, Folder: 15
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents Remarks of James B. Stockdale to the Connecticut Headmaster's Association at South Kent School.
Dates: 1977 Feb 18

Eight Years in Hanoi Prison: Survival and Dignity, 1982 Feb 26

 File — Box: 10, Folder: 10
Identifier: MSC-085
Scope and Contents Stockdale recounts his time as a POW, including the torture and isolation he experienced. He also discusses the lasting effects of mental abuse, including fear and guilt, as well the enduring effects of physical abuse. The speech is followed up with a Question and Answer period, in which Stockdale addresses topics of interest including current affairs.

Please note that the cassette tape ends abruptly while Stockdale is mid-sentence. This is not an error in digitization.
Dates: 1982 Feb 26