Mark P. Parillo
- Associate Professor of History
BA, Notre Dame University, 1978
MA, Ohio State University, 1981
PhD, Ohio State University 1987
Fields of Interest:
- Warfare in the Industrial Age
- Logitics and military transportation
- U.S. Military History
- World War II
- Japanese history
- U.S. History, 1917-1945
- Transportation history
- Economic history, especially concerning industrialization
- U.S. cultural history
- Secretary, editor, World War Two Studies Association
"Burma and Southeast Asia, 1941-1945," in: Loyd E. Lee, ed.,
World War II in Asia and the Pacific and the War's Aftermath, with General
Themes: A Handbook of Literature and Research (Westport: Greenwood
Press, Inc., 1998).
"Allied Interdiction and Japanese Improvisation: The Japanese Transportation
System During the Last Year of the War," in: Bulletin du Comite
international d'histoire de la Deuxieme Guerre mondiale (Bulletin
of the International Committee for the History of the Second World War)
(Paris: Institut d'histoire du temps present, 1995).
"The Imperial Japanese Navy" in: World War II Naval History:
A New Assessment of the Major Combatants, (Westport, CT: Greenwood
The Japanese Merchant Marine in World War II (Annapolis, MD:
Naval Institure Press, 1993).
- When the Rails Went to War: America and Japanese Railroads
in World War II.
- "Warfare in the Industrial Age: The Case of Horses in the
Japanese Army in World War II."
- "Defining Industrial-Age Warfare: World War II as the Apogee and
Final Act of an Era."
Department of History
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506-1002
Phone: (785) 532-0374
FAX: (785) 532-7004
Office: Eisenhower Hall 203