Influence of Sea Power in World War II.

By: PULESTON, W.D., Captain.

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PULESTON, W.D., Captain. The Influence of Sea Power in World War II. New Haven : Yale University Press, 1947. Pp [i]-[xiii],(1),[1]-310,(2). Maps. Index. 8vo, tan cloth, blue lettering to front board and spine. Contents : 1. Mahan's Concept of Sea Power. 2. Germany's Bid for Sea Poweer. 3. Sea Powerbetween Two World Wars. 4. September, 1939, to July, 1940. 5. Sea Power Sa ves Great Britain. 6. The Opposing High Commands. 7. Procurement and Personnel. 8. Japanese Sea Power in the Western Pacific. 9. The Struggle for the Central Pacific. 10. The Battle of the Atlantic. 11. The Campaign for the Solomons and Aleutians. 12. Sea Power and Amphibious Warfare. 13. Reconquestof the Western Pacific. 14. Sea Power and Surrender. 15. The Impact of New Weapons on Sea Power and World Relations. Spine and edges browned, light d ampspotting and sticker remnant to rear board, rubbed, circular inkstamp, else good to very good. 18.00

Title: Influence of Sea Power in World War II.

Author Name: PULESTON, W.D., Captain.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven , 1947,:

Seller ID: 82402

Keywords: NAUTICAL NAVAL NAVY SEA POWER WW2 ATLANTIC WAR GERMAN JAPANESE AMERICAN BRITISH UNITED STATES,