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201 COUHAT, Jean Labayle (ed.). BAKER, A.D., III, Eng. ed. Combat Fleets of the World 1986/87 : Their Ships, Aircraft, and Armament. American Edition
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1986, ISBN:0853688605 
COUHAT, Jean Labayle, (ed.). Combat Fleets of the World 1986/87 : Their Ships, Aircraft, and Armament. English language version prepared by A.D. BakerIII. Annapolis, MD : Naval Institute Press, (1986). Pp (3),iv-xii,[1]-750, (14). Illustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, blue c;loth, silver letteringto front board and spine. The sixth English-language edition. This referen ce bok covers all the navies of the world, including the four major navies : the United States Navy, Soviet Navy, Royal Navy, and French Navy. Bookplate, else very good. 60.00

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202 COUHAT, Jean Labayle, and Bernard PREZELIN (eds.). BAKER, A.D., III, Eng. ed. PREZELIN, Bernard Combat Fleets of the World 1988/89 : Their Ships, Aircraft, and Armament. American Edition in dustjacket
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1988, ISBN:0870211943 
COUHAT, Jean Labayle, and Bernard PREZELIN (eds.). Combat Fleets of the World 1988/89 : Their Ships, Aircraft, and Armament. English language version prepared by A.D. Baker III. Annapolis, MD : Naval Institute Press, (1988). Pp (3),iv-xviii,1876,(18). Illustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, green c;loth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. The seventh English-languageedition. This reference bok covers all the navies of the world, including the four major navies : the United States Navy, Soviet Navy, Royal Navy, and French Navy. "rhis English-language edition of the authoritative French naval reference Flottes de Combat continues a tradition of excellence that reaches back to 1897, when the first French edition appeared. Incomparable in the thoroughness of its coverage and the depth of its detail, the book provides far more data than similar naval references, and its long-established format permits a compact presentation of facts and illustrations." (from the dj). Very good in dustjacket. 70.00

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203 COUSINS, Leone Banks. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly 04:2 offprint. WADE, Norman. Annapolis Valley Youth in the Union Navy. signed
Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, 1974, 
COUSINS, Leone Banks, (ed.). An Annapolis Valley Youth in the Union Navy [cover adds: Letters of Norman Wade]. N.d. [1974]. Pp 1-30,(2). 8vo, blue card covers. 9 letters home by Norman Wade of Granville Ferry (c1838-1862). With related material. Reprinted by McCurdy Printing from The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Volume 4, Number 2. Very good. Signed by Cousins. Due toits small size, shipping chages will be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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204 COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. How They Work series. First Edition
Mallard, New York, 1989, ISBN:0792451422 
COWIN, Hugh W. Nimitz Class, Supercarrier. New York : Mallard, 1989. First US Printing. Pp 46. Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated paper covered boards. In the How They Work series. Very good. 8.00

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205 CRADDOCK, John First Shot : The Untold Story of the Japanese Minisubs that Attacked Pearl Harbor. US in dj.
McGraw-Hill, New York, 2006, ISBN:0071437169 
CRADDOCK, John. First Shot : The Untold Story of the Japanese Minisubs thatAttacked Pearl Harbor . New York: McGraw-Hill, (2006). Pp. (12),[1]-255,(9 ), + 12 p. of plates. 8vo, black cloth spine with red paper covered boards,gilt lettering to spine. "At 6:53 a..m., December 7, 1941, one of the most fatefully unheeded warnings in history was radioed to Pearl Harbor headqua rters: 'We have fired upon submarine operating in defensive sea area.' Sixty-two minutes later, waves of Japanese airplanes, red suns painted on theirwings, descended on the harbor..." - from the front cover of the dj. Vg-fi ne in unclipped dj. 18.00

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206 CRANE, John KIELEY, James F., Lieutenant. United States Naval Academy. in ch dj.
Whittlesey House/McGraw Hill, 1945, 
CRANE, John. United States Naval Academy : The First Hundred Years. Foreword by the President of the United States. NY/L: Whittlesey House/McGraw HillBook Co. Inc., (1945). Pp 53, 197. Illustrated. Large 8vo, navy cloth. "Th is book is a stirring memorial to an institution that has served its country magnificently for a century, whose graduates have fought in five wars, and have played such a tremendous part in the present conflict. It is a pictorial tribute to a group of men to whom we as Americans owe so much; that group around which our great Navy of today has been built- the nucleus of ourpresent naval strength." -from the dj. Slightly rubbed, else vg in badly c hipped dj. 35.00

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207 CRANWELL, John Philips Spoilers of the Sea : Wartime Raiders in the Age of Steam. 1st US no dj
Norton, 1941, 
CRANWELL, John Philips. Spoilers of the Sea : Wartime Raiders in the Age ofSteam. N.Y.: W.W. Norton, (1941). First Edition. Pp 308 + fldg maps, plate s. 8vo, yellow cloth, top edge dyed blue. Much of Civil War interest in theearly chapters. Chapters: 1. Sink, Burn, and Destroy; 2. The Mildest Manne red Man in the Navy [Raphael Semmes]; 3. A Small Appreciation of War Troubles; 4. Old Beeswax Raises Hell and High Water; 5. Off Sandy Hook, Capturingand Burning; 6. The Last Gun of the Lost Cause; 7. The Years Again; 8. The Ghost of Tierra del Fuego [the Dresden]; 9. A Cruise Ends - with a Bang [t he Karlesruhe]; 10. A Flying Dutchman Besets the Bay of Bengal [the Emden];11. Liners are not always Ladies; 12. A Sea Gull Swoops Twice and Fares We ll; 13. A Lean Wolf Lurks in the Indian Ocean [the Wolf]; 14. The Sea EagleGoes with the Wind; 15. Two Little Greeks Hector a Mighty Admiral [the Aja x and the Achilles against the Graf Spee]. With index. Cloth rubbed, name, else vg. 50.00

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208 CRAVEN, John Pina Silent War : The Cold War Battle Beneath The Sea 1st US in dj
Simon & Schuster , 2001, ISBN:0684872137 
CRAVEN, John Pina. The Silent War : The Cold War Battle Beneath The Sea. NY: Simon & Schuster, (2001). First US Edition. Pp 304, frontis. 8vo, blue spine with blue boards. The former chief scientist of the U.S. Navy's SpecialProjects Office here provides his insights into the nature of submarine op erations and strategy during the Cold War. Contents: 1. In Peril Under the Sea; 2. Design for Deterrencce; 3. A Calculus of Terror; 4. An Oracle in Washington; 5. Out of the Deep to Target, Perfect; 6. War and Peace: Some Like it Hot; 7. Fail-Safe; 8. Triumph to Tragedy; 9. The Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle; 10. Spooked; 11. Humans as Marine Mammals; 12. The Fisherman's Friend; 13. The Tide of Destiny; 14. Two-and-Twenty: The Aquatic Circus; 15. The Hunt for Red September: A Tale of Two Submarines; 16. Pensate Profundus; 17. MIT Days; 18. A Sea Lawyer in Hawaii; 19. The Man Who Was Not There. Vg in unclipped dj. 22.00

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209 CRENSHAW, R.S. Naval Shiphandling. First Edition.
Naval Institute, Annapolis, 1955, 
CRENSHAW, Cdr R.S., Jr., usn. Naval Shiphandling. Annapolis, MD : United States Naval Institute, 1955. First Edition. Pp. (6),v-xx,1-395,(1). Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth with copper-coloured lettering to front and spine. Contents: Seaman's Eye; Forces Affecting the Ship; The Destroyer; Measuring the Situation; Handling Alongside; Anchoring; Mooring; Handling at Sea;Radar, Sonar, and CIC; Special Maneuvers at Sea; Restricted Waters; Cruise rs and Battleships; Carriers; Submarines; Large Amphibious and Service Ships; Landing Ships; Arctic Shiphandling; Pilots and Tugs; Shiphandling Tips; Mariners at Work; Appendices. Light dustiness to front board, with some browning to endpapers, stamp of Department of National Defence to front pastedown, else very good. 30.00

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210 CRESSMAN, Robert That Gallant Ship : U.S.S. Yorktown (CV-5).
Pictorial Histories Publications , Missoula, Montana , 1993, ISBN:0933126573 
CRESSMAN, Robert. That Gallant Ship : U.S.S. Yorktown (CV-5). (Missoula, Montana : Pictorial Histories Publications Company, July 1993). Third Printing. Pp [i]-xii,1-184. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Very good. 15.00

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211 CRICKARD, Fred W., Paul T. MITCHELL, and Katherine ORR, (eds). HAYDON, Peter T. ALEXANDER, Lewis M. SOKOLSKY, Joel J. Multinational Naval Cooperation and Foreign Policy into the 21st Century. First Edition, Signed
Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, Hants / Brookfield ,VT, 1998, ISBN:1855219972 
CRICKARD, Fred W., Paul T. MITCHELL, and Katherine ORR, (eds). Multinational Naval Cooperation and Foreign Policy into the 21st Century. Aldershot, Brookfield, &c. : Ashgate, (1998). Pp (4),v-xxiv,1-305,(7). 8vo, blue-green hardcovers. Rear-Admiral Frederick William Crickard, Rear-Admiral, OMM, CD, RCN (b. November 28, 1930, Vancouver - d. July 21, 2012, Halifax). Papers from a conference held in Halifax, N.S., in May 1996. ""This work examines the security, foreign policy and economic implications of multinational naval cooperation nto the 21st Century through a comparative study of the approaches of medium powers and coastal and island states in the use of sea power across the complete specturm of operations from fisheries disputes to limited wars. Leading specialists in regional and global maritime security challenges have contributed to this volume, which provides new insight into the study of sea power and international relations in the post-Cold War era."- from rear cover. Contents: Preface by General John J. Sheehan, USMC; Int roduction by Fred W. Crickard and Paul T. Mitchell; Part. I. Global Factors. 1. "Global Maritime Security: What Does it Mean?" by James Eberle; 2. "The Changing Nature of the High Seas" by Lewis M. Alexander; 3. "Global Shipping Trends and Implications for Navies" by Daniel Y. Coulter and Alan Goldman; 4. "Colbert's Heirs: The United States, NATO and Multilateral Naval Cooperation in the Post Cold War Era" by Joel J. Sokolsky; 5. "The Return of the 'Small Wars': Technical Requirements for Multinational Naval Cooperation" by Stuart L. Slade. Part. II. The Asia-Pacific. 6. "Changing Strategic Environment and Need for Maritime Cooperation in the North Pacific: New Rolesfor Navies" by Seo-Hang Lee; 7. "Strategic Issues Confronting Southeast As ia and the Future of Naval Power in the Region" by Bilveer Singh; 8. "Multinational Naval Cooperation in the Indian Ocean" by Rahul Roy-Chaudhury; 9. "Small Island and Archipelagic States" by Phillip Saunders and Hugh Williamson. Part. III. "The Euro-Atlantic. 10. "Multinational Naval Cooperation inthe Middle East and Mediterranean - Problems and Prospects" by Milan Vego; 11 "Security in Northern Waters - A New Nordic Balance?" by Jan Breemer. P art. IV. The Americas. 12. Canada-US Naval Cooperation in the 21st Century"by Peter T. Haydon and Paul T. Mitchell; 13. "Latin American Multinational Naval Cooperation - Trends and Prospects" by H.P. Klepak and Michael A. Mo rris; "Leading Marks for the 21st Century - Envoi" by John Halstead. With index. Very good. Signed, without inscription, by Crickard and Orr. 60.00

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212 CRONENBERG, Allen Forth to the Mighty Conflict : Alabama and World War II. First Edition in dustjacket
University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, 1995, ISBN:0817307370 
CRONENBERG, Allen. Forth to the Mighty Conflict : Alabama and World War II.Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, (1995). Pp 220. Illustrated. 8vo , tan cloth. "Forth to the Mighty Conflict tells of Alabama's people on thewar fronts and at home, and it analyzes the economic, social, and politica l changes produced by the war." - from the dj. "Not only were thousands of servicemen trained at military facilities in the state - at Fort McClellan,Camp Rucker, Camp Sibert, Maxwell Air Field, and Tuskegee Army Air Field - but Axis prisoners of war were interned in camps on Alabama soil, most not ably at Aliceville and Opelika. More than 45,000 Alabama citizens were killed in combat or died as POWs, some came home injured, and many labored in war factories at home." Chapters of nautical interest : 10. Alabama and the War at Sea; 11. Capturing the Pacific. Very good in dustjacket. 22.00

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213 CROWE, William J., Jr., Admiral CHANOFF, David. Line of Fire, The. 1st in dj.
Simon & Schuster, New York, 1993, ISBN:0671727036 
CROWE, William J., Jr., Admiral. The Line of Fire : From Washington to the Gulf, the Politics and Battles of the New Military. With David Chanoff. NY:Simon & Schuster, (1993). First Printing. Pp 367. Illustrated. 8vo, blue c loth spine with blue boards. The memoirs of a U.S. Naval officer who rose to be Chairman of the Joint Chiefs under Presidents Reagan and Bush. Naval matters throughout, including his command of the submarine U.S.S. Trout from1960-1962. Research library stamp on dedication page, else vg in price-cli pped dj. 20.00

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214 CROWL, Philip A. Naval War College Review Volume XXVI, Number 3/Sequence Number 246 NovemberFREEDMAN Robert O. YATES, William K. Education Versus Training at the Naval War College: 1884-1972
Naval War College Review, 1973, 
CROWL, Philip A, Professor. "Education Versus Training at the Naval War College: 1884-1972" An article in Naval War College Review, Volume XXVI, Number 3/Sequence Number 246 November-December 1973, pp. 2-10. Newport, R.I.: Naval War College Review, 1973. Pp 94. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red cardcovers. Also: "Tactics Revival at the Naval War College" by Captain Willia m K. Yates, U.S. Navy (Ret); "Fifth Century Athens: The Intellectual Background of Thucydides" by Dr. Bernard M.W. Knox; "The Military Novel" by Professor Josiah Bunting III; "The Political Application of Naval Force-a Precis" by Edward Luttwak; "The Rearmament of the Japanese Maritime Forces" by Admiral Kazutomi Uchida, Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (Ret.); "Congressional Impact on Defense Spending, 1962-1973: The Programmatic and Fiscal Hypotheses" by Professor Lawrence J. Korb; "Soviet Policy Toward Sadat's Egypt-From the Death of Nasser to the Fall of General Sadek" by Dr. Robert O.Freedman. Covers rubbed, inkstamp to rear, ow vg. For the issue. 9.00

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215 CUBBERLY, Norman G. Sea Frontiers 20:04 Search for the Monitor
International Oceanographic Foundation, 1974, 
CUBBERLY, Norman G. "The Search for the Monitor". An article published in Sea Frontiers, Vol. 20, No. 4, July-August, 1974, pp. 212-218. Miami: The International Oceanographic Foundation, 1974. Pp. 194-255. Illustrated. Double column. 8vo, green ill. card covers, white titles to front. An account ofthe search to find the wreck of the Monitor, the first ironclad warship wi th a revolving turret Vg. for the issue 5.00

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216 CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea : The Story of the American Clipper Ship.. 3rd US (BkClub) in dj
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD , 1984, 
CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea : The Story of the American Clipper Ship. Third Edition with 500 Sailing Records. Annapolis, MD : Naval Institute Press, (1984). Book Club Edition. Pp 688. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, sail cloth. Chapters : 1. Colonial Conditions; 2. The Young Republic; 3. Democracy Afloat; 4. The Early Federalist Period; 5. Fast Ships and the War of 1812; 6.New Transportation Problems; 7. The "Railroad Route" to Europe; 8. Sailing Records after 1815; 9. Speed to China; 10. The Baltimore Clipper; 11. Evol ution and the Influence of the Packet; 12. The New China Packets, 1840-1845; 13. The Clipper Packets, 1845-1846; 14. Boom Days in America, 1847-1849; 15. 'Round Cape Horn, 1849; 16. The First California Clippers, 1850; 17. The British Tea Trade, 1850; 18. Early California Passages, 1851; 19. Flying Cloud and Challenge, 1851; 20. Oriental Trade Expansion, 1851; 21. Australian Gold, 1851; 22. California Races, 1852; 23. New China Records, 1852; 24.A Deep Sea Darby, 1852-3; 25. Flood Tide, 1853; 26. Ominous Sighns, 1853; 27. Commercial Depression, 1854; 28. Liquidation Begins, 1855; 29. Lengthening Shadows, 1856; 30. Commercial Panic and Civil Strife, 1857; 31. Renewing the Contest, 1858; 32. Last Great Voyages, 1859; 33. Conclusion. Appedices: I. Ships, Measurements, Etc; II. Some Record and Near-Record Sailing Ship Passages; III. List of 139 Voyages Made by Ships Reported American, in the China-to-England Trade between 1850 to 1860, Inclusive; IV. California Voyages; V. Flying Cloud, Josiah P. Cressy, from New York to San Francisco, 1851; VI. Abstrack of a Voyag [sic] from New York towards San Francisco withremarks on the weath [sic] &c; VII. Ship and Sail Plans from Original Mode ls and Plans. With bibliography and index. Very good in dust jacket. 40.00

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217 CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea: The Story of the American Clipper Ship. 2nd pr./2nd ed. US in dj
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD, 1967, 
CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea : The Story of the American Clipper Ship. With a Foreword by Charles Francis Adams. Annapolis, MD : United States Naval Institute, (1967). Second Edition, Second Printing. Pp 592. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, sail cloth. Chapters : 1. Colonial Conditions; 2. The Young Republic; 3. Democracy Afloat; 4. The Early Federalist Period; 5. Fast Shipsand the War of 1812; 6. New Transportation Problems; 7. The "Railroad Rout e" to Europe; 8. Sailing Records after 1815; 9. Speed to China; 10. The Baltimore Clipper; 11. Evolution and the Influence of the Packet; 12. The New China Packets, 1840-1845; 13. The Clipper Packets, 1845-1846; 14. Boom Daysin America, 1847-1849; 15. 'Round Cape Horn, 1849; 16. The First Californi a Clippers, 1850; 17. The British Tea Trade, 1850; 18. Early California Passages, 1851; 19. Flying Cloud and Challenge, 1851; 20. Oriental Trade Expansion, 1851; 21. Australian Gold, 1851; 22. California Races, 1852; 23. New China Records, 1852; 24. A Deep Sea Darby, 1852-3; 25. Flood Tide, 1853; 26. Ominous Sighns, 1853; 27. Commercial Depression, 1854; 28. Liquidation Begins, 1855; 29. Lengthening Shadows, 1856; 30. Commercial Panic and Civil Strife, 1857; 31. Renewing the Contest, 1858; 32. Last Great Voyages, 1859; 33. Conclusion. Appedices: I. Ships, Measurements, Etc; II. Some Record andNear-Record Sailing Ship Passages; III. List of 139 Voyages Made by Ships Reported American, in the China-to-England Trade between 1850 to 1860, Inclusive; IV. California Voyages; V. Flying Cloud, Josiah P. Cressy, from New York to San Francisco, 1851; VI. Abstrack of a Voyag [sic] from New York towards San Francisco with remarks on the weath [sic] &c; VII. Ship and Sail Plans from Original Models and Plans. With bibliography and index. Light spotting to top edge, else vg in nicked, unclipped dj. 40.00

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218 CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea: The Story of the American Clipper Ship.. 2nd pr./2nded. US in dj
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD , 1967, 
CUTLER, Carl C. Greyhounds of the Sea : The Story of the American Clipper Ship. With a Foreword by Charles Francis Adams. Annapolis, MD : United States Naval Institute, (1967). Second Edition, Second Printing. Pp 592. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, sail cloth. Chapters : 1. Colonial Conditions; 2. The Young Republic; 3. Democracy Afloat; 4. The Early Federalist Period; 5. Fast Shipsand the War of 1812; 6. New Transportation Problems; 7. The "Railroad Rout e" to Europe; 8. Sailing Records after 1815; 9. Speed to China; 10. The Baltimore Clipper; 11. Evolution and the Influence of the Packet; 12. The New China Packets, 1840-1845; 13. The Clipper Packets, 1845-1846; 14. Boom Daysin America, 1847-1849; 15. 'Round Cape Horn, 1849; 16. The First Californi a Clippers, 1850; 17. The British Tea Trade, 1850; 18. Early California Passages, 1851; 19. Flying Cloud and Challenge, 1851; 20. Oriental Trade Expansion, 1851; 21. Australian Gold, 1851; 22. California Races, 1852; 23. New China Records, 1852; 24. A Deep Sea Darby, 1852-3; 25. Flood Tide, 1853; 26. Ominous Sighns, 1853; 27. Commercial Depression, 1854; 28. Liquidation Begins, 1855; 29. Lengthening Shadows, 1856; 30. Commercial Panic and Civil Strife, 1857; 31. Renewing the Contest, 1858; 32. Last Great Voyages, 1859; 33. Conclusion. Appedices: I. Ships, Measurements, Etc; II. Some Record andNear-Record Sailing Ship Passages; III. List of 139 Voyages Made by Ships Reported American, in the China-to-England Trade between 1850 to 1860, Inclusive; IV. California Voyages; V. Flying Cloud, Josiah P. Cressy, from New York to San Francisco, 1851; VI. Abstrack of a Voyag [sic] from New York towards San Francisco with remarks on the weath [sic] &c; VII. Ship and Sail Plans from Original Models and Plans. With bibliography and index. Spine browned, else vg in edgeworn dj. 60.00

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219 CUTLER, Carl C. NIMITZ, Chester W., foreword Queens of the Western Ocean : The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines. 2nd US in dj.
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD, 1967, 
CUTLER, Carl C. Queens of the Western Ocean : The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines. With a foreword by Chester W. Nimitz. MD: United States Naval Institute, (1967). Second Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xxi,(1),[1]-672,(2), frontis., + 32 p. of plates. Illustrated. Map endpapers. Large 8vo, sail cloth. Contents: 1. 1607-1725: Colonial Maritime Policy; 2. 1726-1774: The Policy Pays Off; 3. 1775-1814: The Test of War; 4. 1815-1821: The First Western Ocean Queens; 5. [ibid.]: The First Coastal Queens; 6. [ibid.]:Start of Steam Competition; 7. 1822-1826: The Greater Queens Move in Check ; 8. [ibid.]: High Tide of the Coastal Lines; 9. 1827-1837: Steam Competition Gains Headway; 10. 1838-1847: New Queens Meet the Challenge; 11. [ibid.]: The Queens Triumph; 12. 1848-1857: Steam Brings Up the Reserves; 13. [ibid.]: Armageddon; 14. 1858-1860: Triumph of Steam. With extensive appendices(including a selection of ship and sail plans) at rear. Vg in nicked, wrin kled, unclipped dj. 40.00

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220 DALFIUME, Richard M Desegregation of the U.S. Armed Forces. 2d pr.
University of Missouri Press, 1975, 
DALFIUME, Richard M. Desegregation of the U.S. Armed Forces : Fighting on Two Fronts 1939-1953. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press, (1975). Second Printing. Pp 252. 8vo, black cloth. "The purpose of this study is to describe and explain the change in the racial policy of the military services and the Negro's reaction to this policy from 1939 to 1953. In accomplishing this goal, I hope also to shed some light on American race relations during the forgotten years of the Civil Rights Revolution. During the years 1939 to 1953 the United States armed forces moved from a policy of restricting and segregating the Negro to one of equal opportunity and integration. This was truly a social revolution...." -from the Introduction. Vg. Issued without dj. 50.00

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