America's Naval Challenge. signed, no dj.

By: MOORE, Frederick

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MOORE, Frederick. America's Naval Challenge. NY: Macmillan, 1929. Pp 166. 8vo, green cloth. Myron Smith, American Naval Bibliography V:2590. Moore, a correspondent for the New York Times in Paris, Peking, and Tokyo, here cautions his countrymen against a too ready embrace of "navalism". He rightly stresses the danger of post-Great War arms races, but his analysis of the strategic situation leads to some unlikely (in retrospect) conclusions: that the greatest likelihood of U.S. naval conflict was with the Royal Navy; andthat war with Japan was a remote possibility unless America provoked it. W hatever their prognostic validity, Moore's essays offer a valuable glimpse into the untidy flux of inter-war global politics. Cloth rubbed, light foxing, else vg. Inscribed by the author on ffep. 110.00

Title: America's Naval Challenge. signed, no dj.

Author Name: MOORE, Frederick

Categories: 67,

Publisher: Macmillan, 1929,:

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