||Keynote address -- Defeat and response: the Confederate experience / Professor Charles P. Roland, University of Kentucky -- Session I: "The nineteenth century" -- Recovery from disaster: the reconstruction of the Danish Army after the Dano-Prussian War of 1864 / Dr. Knud J.V. Jeserpsen, Odense University -- The Spanish-American War of 1898 and its effects on Spanish military institutions / Lieutenant Colenel Miguel Alonso Baquer, Servicio Historico Militar, Spain -- Comment on the papers of Session I / Professor Raimondo Luraghi, University of Genoa -- Session II: "East of Suez" -- The Tsarist Army after the Russo-Japanese War: the view from the field / Dr. John S. Bushnell, Northwestern University -- The Tsarist Army after the Russo-Japanese War: the view from the Ministry / Dr. William C. Fuller, Jr., Colgate University -- Tradition and circumstances: the Imperial Japanese Army's tactical response to Khalkin-Gol, 1939 / Dr. Edward J. Drea, U.S. Army Combat Studies Institute -- Suez, 1956: No end of a lesson / Professor Raymond A. Callahan, U.S. Army Combat Studies Institute -- Comment on the papers of Session II / Dr. E. Stuart Kirby, Professor Emeritus, Aston University -- Banquet address -- To learn from war is to value peace / Lieutenant General DeWitt C. Smith, Jr., U.S. Army, Retired -- Session III: "Europe, 1918-1942" -- The impact of British participation in the First World War on the development of British military institutions and thought / Major General A.J. Trythall, Director of Army Education, United Kingdom -- The failure of the German offensive in France in 1981 and its repercussions on Army reform plans in the Revolution of 1981-1919 / Captain (Dr.) Bruno Thoss, Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Federal Republic of Germany -- The Army of the Armistice (1940-1942): a small army for a great revenge? / Lieutenant Colonel Jacques M. Vernet, Service historique de l'Armee de Terre, France -- Comment on the papers of Session III / Professor Lee Kennett, Univeristy of Georgia -- Session IV: "Vietnam" -- First in; first out: the Marine experience in Viet Nam, 1965-1971 / Mr. Jack Shulimson and Major Edward Wells, U.S.M.C., U.S. Marine Corps Historical Center -- The United States Army institutional response to Vietnam / Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr., U.S.A., U.S. Army War College -- The impact on European armies of the United States Vietnam experience / Colonel (Ret.) Edgar O'Ballance -- Comment on the papers of Session IV / Colonel Donald P. Shaw, U.S.A., U.S. Army Military History Institute -- Summary remarks -- A few summary comments on successful papers on unsuccessful campaigns / Professor M. Jay Luvaas, U.S. Army Military History Institute.