Col. Mark Wilkinson
Editor, with Timothy Dowling, The Cold War: Opening Shots, 1945-1950. Lexington, VA: Virginia Military Institute, 2003.
Editor, The Korean War at Fifty: International Perspectives. Lexington, VA: John A. Adams >71 Center for Military History and Strategic Analysis, Virginia Military Institute, 2004.
Co-editor with Malcolm Muir, The Most Dangerous Years: The Cold War, 1953-1976. Lexington, VA: John A. Adams >71 Center for Military History and Strategic Analysis, Virginia Military Institute, 2005.
AThe Shanghai American Community and the Communist Revolution,@ Southeast Review of Asian Studies vol. XVII (1995): 30-47.
AA Shanghai Perspective on the Marshall Mission@ In George C. Marshall=s Mediation Mission to China, December 1945BJanuary 1947, edited by Larry I. Bland, with special assistance by Roger B. Jeans and Mark F. Wilkinson, Lexington, VA: George C. Marshall Foundation, 1998, pp. 327-56.
AInternment in Shanghai,@ (A series of three short essays which I edited regarding the internment of foreigners in Shanghai during World War II. They appeared in The China Connection, 1999-2000, a newsletter for those who have lived or worked in China, or who have a special interest in those who did.)
AThe Shanghai American Community, 1937-1949" In New Frontiers: Imperialism=s New Communities in East Asia, 1842-1952, edited by Robert Bickers and Christian Henriot, Manchester University Press (2000.)
“American Military Misconduct in Shanghai and the Chinese Civil War: The Case of Zang Dayaozi” in The Journal of American-East Asian Relations 17:2 (2010): 146-73.
Nicholas R. Clifford, Spoilt Children of Empire: Westerners in Shanghai and the Chinese Revolution of the 1920s in The Journal of Asian Studies, 51:3 (August 1992): 639-41.
Akira Iriye, Pearl Harbor and the Coming of the Pacific War: A Brief History with Documents and Essays St. Martin=s Press, 1999, in The Journal of Military History, 64:1 (January 2000): 236-37.
Bernard Wasserstein, Secret War in Shanghai, Houghton-Miflin, 1999, in the Journal of Military History 64:3 (July 2000): 883-84.
Masahira Yamamoto, Nanking: Anatomy of an Atrocity, Praeger, 2000, in The Journal of Military History, 65:4 (October 2001): 1130-32.
Christopher Bo Bramsen, Open Doors: Vilhelm Meyer and the Establishment of General Electric in China Curzon Press, 2001, in Pacific Affairs 74:4 (Winter, 2001-02): 595-96.
Bruce Elleman, Wilson and China: A Revised History of the Shandong Question, M.E. Sharpe, 2002, in The Journal of Military History 67:2 (April 2003): 585-87.
Greg Leck, Captives of Empire: The Japanese Internment of Allied Civilians in China 1941-1945, Shandy Press, 2006 The Journal of Military History 72:4 (October 2008): 1316-17.
Spencer Tucker, ed. Encyclopedia of World War I: a Political, Social and Military History
Entries: Shandong (Shantung) Settlement
Spencer Tucker, ed. Encyclopedia of World War II: a Political, Social and Military History
Entries: Evans Fordyce Carlson