Read by Kaiser Wilhelm, both Roosevelts, and other leaders, this classic text on the history and tactics of naval warfare had a profound effect on the imperial policies of all major powers. The author argues that despite great changes and scientific advances in weaponry, certain military principles r... read more
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Read by Kaiser Wilhelm, both Roosevelts, and other leaders, this classic text on the history and tactics of naval warfare had a profound effect on the imperial policies of all major powers. The author argues that despite great changes and scientific advances in weaponry, certain military principles remain constant. Includes 4 maps, 24 battle plans.
Reprint of the Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1890 edition.
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