Because Art of War at Sea
was neither widely disseminated nor translated, it had only marginal impact on subsequent naval strategy.
The work comprises twelve chapters, excluding the introduction and conclusion, that are not chronologically based by year, but begin and end at decisive points in the war at sea
Spector argues that technological determinism is an "inadequate method of explaining the evolution of war at sea
in the twentieth century" because such an approach does not adequately explain how nations with similar technology chose to use it differently (the United States and Great Britain with respect to naval aviation in 1920s and 1930s for example) or why two navies with similar technologies do not perform equally well (the Japanese over the Russians in 1904-1905 for example).
The rules of war at sea
derived from Henry VIII's cruiser rules.
His well-cited account of events in the United States, at sea, and in Europe between 1916 and 1920 entertains readers with riveting images of German submarines and crews, the perils of war at sea
, and public reaction and debates on the war.
THREEQUEENS The ship was on a return journey from New York to its home port, Liverpool, when it was attacked in one of the most high-profile events of the war at sea
during World War I.
He offers a preface and introductory overview of the Civil War at sea
in which he discusses the importance of, for example, the Union naval blockade of the South, and the riverine warfare in the western theater; he points out that the US Navy by the end of the war was the second largest in the world behind only Great Britain.
Wuthering Atlantic Heights Convoys: The War at Sea
(9pm) First in a two-part adaptation of Emily Bronte's classic tale.
THE WAR AT SEA
IN PHOTOGRAPHS 1939 - 1945 by Stuart Robertson and Stephen Dent (Conway pounds 25)
In a work that is global in outlook, Neiberg's discussions of the Ottoman Empire, the war at sea
, American politics and diplomacy, and the eventual Versailles peace settlement--the very settlement whose repercussions are still being felt almost a century later- rank amongst his best.
The Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea
Marcus Tregoning, trainer of War At Sea
``The form of his win at Goodwood has not worked out particularly well and he's been given a high enough mark for what he's achieved, but if he shows some improvement he should run well.