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THE GREAT WAR AT SEA -  A History Of Naval Action 1914-18 - Hoehling, A A
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1987, Scholarly Resources, DE, , 1st ed, hard bound, no DJ as issued, 7 x 9, VG cond, xv, 368 pp, notes. ------------------------------ A collection of superb essays from the meeting held at the Naval Academy in 1983. The 29 essays fall into 5 broad categories : NAVIES IN The EARLY AGE OF SAIL / New Perspectives in British sea power / Naval Technology, Diplomacy & Intelligence / World War 2 Naval & Amphibious Operations and Biographical Naval Srudies & Material History. ------------------------------------Part I Navies in the Early Age of Sail The Harbor of Herod the Great at Caesarea Maritima: The Expansion of Rome in the Eastern Mediterranean Robert Lindley Vann New Evidence for the Study of Warships and Naval Warfare in Antiquity Based on the Discovery of the Athlit Bronze Ram Elisha Linder Public Opinion and the Role of Sea Power in Athens, 404—322 B.C. Josiah Ober Fourth-Century Athenian Citizen Colonies in the Aegean: An Aspect of Naval/Military Policy Jack Cargill Historiographic Constraints in Reconstructing the Battle of Artemision K. R. Walters Possible Ptolemaic Influence on the Carthaginian Navy in the First Punic War Ellen E. Rice The Logistics of the Anglo-Saxon Invasions 62 Michael E. Jones Contingency Planning and the Defeat of the Spanish Armada Ronald Pollitt Part II New Perspectives on British Sea Power British Strategy during the First World War in the Context of Four Centuries: Blue-Water versus Continental Commitment Daniel A. Baugh 85 The Nature of Mutiny in the British Navy in the Eighteenth Century Arthur N. Gilbert 111 The Dreadnought Revolution Reconsidered 121 Karl Lautenschlager Part III Naval Technology, Diplomacy, and Intelligence Give Us a Chance: Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes during World War I Richard J. Wright 149 Navy Shipbuilders "Discover" Welding 157 Robert H. Peebles The Washington Naval Conference of 1921–22 in Anglo-French Relations Donald S. Birn 167 Arms Limitation Agreements and the Evolution of Weaponry: The Case of the "Treaty Cruiser" 179 Ernest Andrade, Jr. Naval Intelligence in Peacetime: Britain's Problems in Assessing the German Threat, 1933–39 Wesley K. Wark 191 The Origins of the Office of Naval Research 206 Harvey M. Sapolsky Espionage and Allied Shipping during World War II 226 Leslie B. Rout, Jr., and John F. Bratzel ****** PART IV World War II Naval and Amphibious Operations The Fleet Between: Anglo-American Diplomacy and Force X, 1940-43 Calvin W. Hines The United States and the Caribbean, 1914—41 256 Donald A. Yerxa Early Carrier Raids during World War II 263 Edwin T. Layton Assignment: British Pacific Fleet 267 Paul B. Kincade Medical Aspects of Amphibious Operations Involving U.S. Army Forces during the War against Japan 276 Mary Ellen Condon PART V Biographical Naval Studies and Material History Christopher Raymond Perry Rodgers: Mentor of the New Navy Stephen D. Brown The Papers of John Paul Jones 302 James C. Bradford Trends in the Study of Ship Design 313 Dana M. Wegner Use of Historical Naval Ships as Museum Settings 319 James W. Cheevers The Dilemma of Warship Preservation 349 Philip M. Callaghan Two Armed Schooners from the War of 1812: The Hamilton-Scourge Project Barry Lord , Thomas Y. Crowell, NY, 1965., US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 8 1/2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xv, 336 pages, illustrated notes, bibliog., index. --------------------------------------------------- Illustrated with more than seventy photographs, drawings, newspaper facsimiles, and maps—many of them collectors' items—THE GREAT WAR AT SEA ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the mighty lines of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddigen's U-9 against a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time — the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Here is heroism in the best Nelsonian tradition as Captain Noel Grant's Carmania fights to the death with the German commerce raider Cap Trafalgar in an almost-unremembered battle which was the longest "single" engagement of the entire war. Here, too, is deadly naval retribution as Britain's First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill welds together a fleet to utterly destroy Graf Maximilian von Spee at a distance of 5,000 miles. And, last but not least, here is the story of the "suicide" of the German High Seas Fleet at Scapa Flow and its epitaph written with aerial bombs three years after the cessation of hostilities. Drawing on a wealth 'of contemporary sources and eyewitness testimony, the author has vividly re-created a monumental era which fully justifies his verdict that, "In many ways, the contest on the earth's oceans was more vicious, more merciless, and in the end more decisive than on the battlefields.

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Great Britian, England, UK.: Futura Book., 1976. 192 pages. "In 1919 four British sailors were given orders to enter Petrograd Harbour, deliver a British agent into the heart of Soviet Russia, then sink one of the Red Fleet's battleships. The weapons they chose were two small motor torpedo boats, the route - overland through snowbound, Communist-infiltrated Finland, then through the dark, icy seas and minefields that guarded one of the most impregnable harbours in the world. Torpedo Boat is a novel based on fact - an amazing story of daring and endurance that has never been told till now...". PBO (Paperback Original) True First Ed.. Soft Cover. FINE+, Near New. Illus. by Painted Cover Art!. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall.. Mass Market Paperback., Futura Book., 1976, Thomas Y. Crowell, NY, 1965., US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 8 1/2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xv, 336 pages, illustrated notes, bibliog., index. --------------------------------------------------- Illustrated with more than seventy photographs, drawings, newspaper facsimiles, and maps—many of them collectors' items—THE GREAT WAR AT SEA ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the mighty lines of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddigen's U-9 against a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time — the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Here is heroism in the best Nelsonian tradition as Captain Noel Grant's Carmania fights to the death with the German commerce raider Cap Trafalgar in an almost-unremembered battle which was the longest "single" engagement of the entire war. Here, too, is deadly naval retribution as Britain's First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill welds together a fleet to utterly destroy Graf Maximilian von Spee at a distance of 5,000 miles. And, last but not least, here is the story of the "suicide" of the German High Seas Fleet at Scapa Flow and its epitaph written with aerial bombs three years after the cessation of hostilities. Drawing on a wealth 'of contemporary sources and eyewitness testimony, the author has vividly re-created a monumental era which fully justifies his verdict that, "In many ways, the contest on the earth's oceans was more vicious, more merciless, and in the end more decisive than on the battlefields.

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New York: Soc. Naval Arch. & Mar. Eng.. Fine copy. 1965. journal. hardcover. 4to, 546 pp. ., Soc. Naval Arch. & Mar. Eng., 1965, Thomas Y. Crowell, NY, 1965., US first edition, hard bound in dust jacket, 6 x 8 1/2, FINE/FINE CONDITION, xv, 336 pages, illustrated notes, bibliog., index. --------------------------------------------------- Illustrated with more than seventy photographs, drawings, newspaper facsimiles, and maps—many of them collectors' items—THE GREAT WAR AT SEA ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the mighty lines of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddigen's U-9 against a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time — the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Here is heroism in the best Nelsonian tradition as Captain Noel Grant's Carmania fights to the death with the German commerce raider Cap Trafalgar in an almost-unremembered battle which was the longest "single" engagement of the entire war. Here, too, is deadly naval retribution as Britain's First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill welds together a fleet to utterly destroy Graf Maximilian von Spee at a distance of 5,000 miles. And, last but not least, here is the story of the "suicide" of the German High Seas Fleet at Scapa Flow and its epitaph written with aerial bombs three years after the cessation of hostilities. Drawing on a wealth 'of contemporary sources and eyewitness testimony, the author has vividly re-created a monumental era which fully justifies his verdict that, "In many ways, the contest on the earth's oceans was more vicious, more merciless, and in the end more decisive than on the battlefields.

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[PU: Arthur Barker, London, 1965.], FALKLANDS, KONIGSBERG, DAVID BEATTY, CAP TRAFALGAR, CARMANIA, CONVOYS, DERFFLINGER, JOHN FISHER, KARL DOENITZ, FRANZ VON HIPPER, HARWICH, KRONPRINZ WILHELM, JELLICOE, NORTH SEA, NEW YORK CITY, LUTZOW, SCHEER, ORKNEYS, RUGE, SCAPA FLOW, AMERICAN EXPE, Jacket, 336 pp, 8vo (8 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "Written with crisp authority, in a tense, documentary style (this book) presents an unforgettable picture of the battles, the ships, and the fighting men who se blood reddened the seven seas though more than four flaming years of the Great War.(It) ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the m i g h t y l ine of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddingen 's U -9 a ga i ns t a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time - the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops." Light edge wear, light wrinkling at to p/b ott om of sp ine, light rubbing, two tiny and one small corner bump. Dust jacket has chips and tears with old tape repairs, light edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing, crease down front flap. Very Good-/Fair

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Gebraucht, [PU: Thomas Y Crowell], SHIPS & THE SEA SEA; NOAMZ NOISBN, 336 pages. Ex-library with typical marks, some soiling and wear to the blue covers; pages lightly discolored; good solid book. Contents listed include The Battling Liners; Disaster on the Broad Fourteens; Revenge at the Falklands; On SAfari for the Konigsberg; Something wrong with our bloody ships!; Make way for Lord Kitchener!; Spurlos Versenkt!; no more baffling mystery; Padlocking an Ocean-the Great Mine Barrage; VErdict: Suicide. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Ships & the Sea; Inventory No: 099057.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 1965
Herausgeber: Arthur Barker Limited, London

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