GORSHKOV, SERGEI G., Adm. of the Fleet. ZUMWALT, Elmo BURKE, Arleigh CALVERT, J.F.
Title: Red Star Rising at Sea.
Publisher:  Naval Institute Press, 1974,
Seller ID: 31964
GORSHKOV, SERGEI G., Adm. of the Fleet. Red Star Rising at Sea. Translated by Theodore A. Neely, Jr. from a series of articles originally published inMorskoi Sbornik. Edited for publication by Herbert Preston. [cover adds: A translation of the series Navies in War and in Peace, with introduction an d conclusion by Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, USN (Ret.), former U.S. Chief of Naval Operations, and commentaries by other leading U.S. naval officers]. [Annapolis]: (Naval Institute Press, 1974). Pp 150. Double column. Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Myron J. Smith, The Soviet Navy, 1941-1978: A Guide toSources in English 672. Chapters with US commentators in brackets : 1. Nav ies in War and Peace (Rear Admiral George Miller); 2. Russia's Road to the Sea, Peter I to Napoleon (Rear Admiral E.M. Eller); 3. The Post-Napoleonic Period to Russo-Japanese War (Vice Admiral Edwin B. Hooper); 4. The First World War (Admiral Robert B. Carney); 5. The Soviet Navy in the Revolution (Rear Admiral Robert J. Hanks); 6. The Soviet Navy Rebuilds 1928-41 (Vice Admiral J.F. Calvert); 7. The Second World War (Admiral George W. Anderson, Jr.); 8. The Soviet Navy in the Great Patriotic War (Arleigh Burke); 9. Analysis of Navies in the Second World War: (Rear Admiral J.C. Wylie); 10. Navies as Instruments of Peacetime Imperialism (Admiral D.L. McDonald); 11. Some Problems in Mastering the World Ocean (Vice Admiral Stansfield Turner). Conclusion by Zumwalt. John C. Hibbits' essay "Admiral Gorshkov : Architect of the Soviet Navy". With index. Light wrinkling to lower margin of covers,ow vg. 45.00