naval power

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naval power

Hanseatic Naval Power

Spanish Naval Power

Athenian Naval Power in the Fourth Century

International Competition and Military Effectiveness: Naval Air Power, 1919–1943

Jon K. Hendrickson. Crisis in the Mediterranean: Naval Competition and Great Power Politics, 1904–1914.

Review: Naval Power and British Culture, 1760–1850: Public Trust and Government Ideology

British and American Naval Power. Politics and Policy, 1900-1936. PP O'Brien

Navalism and the Emergence of American Sea Power, 1882–1893. By Mark Russell Shulman. (Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1995. xii, 239 pp. $39.95, ISBN 1-55750-766-X.)

A Fall from Grace? National Unity and the Search for Naval Power and Colonial Possessions 1848—1884

Russian Imperialism and Naval Power: Military Strategy and the Build-Up to the Russo-Japanese War, by Nicholas Papastratigakis

Review: Arms and the State: Sir William Armstrong and the Remaking of British Naval Power, 1854–1914

Lawrence Sondhaus. Preparing for Weltpolitik: German Sea Power before the Tirpitz Era. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press. 1997. Pp. x, 326

A Fall from Grace? National Unity and the Search for Naval Power and Colonial Possessions 1848—1884

Rolf Hobson. Imperialism at Sea: Naval Strategic Thought, the Ideology of Sea Power and the Tirpitz Plan, 1875–1914. (Studies in Central European Histories.) Boston: Brill. 2002. Pp. x, 358

David Goodman. Spanish Naval Power, 1589–1665: Reconstruction and Defeat. (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1997. Pp. xvi, 305. $59.95

Armchair Warriors: Private Citizens, Popular Press, and the Rise of American Power. By Joel R. Davidson. (Annapolis: Naval Institute, 2008. xiv, 316 pp. $37.95, ISBN 978-1-59114-201-0.)


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Naval power is the projection of force by navies. Although it has been a feature of warfare since the earliest days, the difference it makes to the waging of wars ...

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