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War at sea.

John Van Duyn Southworth

War at sea.

by John Van Duyn Southworth

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Published by Twayne Publishers in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Naval art and science.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAncient fleets., Age of sails., Age of steam.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsV103 .S65
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5538911M
    LC Control Number67016200

    War at Sea (11 Book Series) by Richard Testrake. All Formats Kindle Edition From Book 1: In the final decade of the Eighteenth Century, the Kingdom of France, its people suffering severe poverty because of the overwhelming financial woes of the country, as well as discriminatory treatment of the underclasses, broke out in violent revolution. At. War at Sea is a strategic board wargame depicting the naval war in the Atlantic during World War II, published by Jedko Games in , and subsequently republished by Avalon Hill in and more recently by L2 Design Group in It is also the basis for the design of the subsequent Avalon Hill game, Victory in the Pacific.

    Buy Naval Warfare in the Age of Sail - War at Sea American ed. by Ireland, B. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: The War at Sea book series by Richard Testrake includes books For the Honor of the Flag: A John Phillips Novel, Across to America: A Tim Phillips Novel, Ships of Oak, Men of Iron: A Tim Phillips Novel, and several more. See the complete War at Sea series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

    Author of Lincoln and His Admirals (winner of the Lincoln Prize), The Battle of Midway (Best Book of the Year, Military History Quarterly), and Operation Neptune, (winner of the Samuel Eliot Morison Award for Naval Literature), Craig L. Symonds has established himself as one of the finest naval historians at work War II at Sea represents his crowning achievement: a complete.   Nov 2, “The War for the Sea: A Maritime History of World War II” by Evan Mawdsley, Yale University Press, pages, , $ World War .


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Publishers Weekly "Nathan Miller's long-awaited War at Sea does what no other book has done--it captures the worldwide ocean conflict in one sweeping narrative.

This book puts the reader in the action, from the dank, interiors of U-boats tracking convoys in the Atlantic to the cockpits of divebombers closing in on Japan/5(31). Fascinating and dramatic, War at Sea is his most recent book, a treasury of intrigue and enigmas from the countless sunken warships that lie on the bottom of oceans, lakes, and rivers.

--Clive Cussler, bestselling novelist and founder of the National Underwater and Marine Agency "There is no finer maritime historian alive today than James Delgado/5(12).

Exhaustively researched and fascinating in detail, At War at Sea is a monumental history of the men, the ships, and the battles fought on the high seas. "Superb Spector's account provides evocative and fresh perspectives on cultures, technologies and innovations that influenced sailors' lives and shaped naval warfare."Cited by: 6.

Beginning with a gripping account of one of the most decisive naval battles in history-the battle of Tsushima between the Japanese and Russians-and ending with the sophisticated missile engagements of the Falklands and in the Persian Gulf, naval historian Ronald Spector explores every facet of the past one hundred years of naval warfare/5.

In War at Sea, Nathan Miller brings the story of these monumental events--and the achievements, suffering, and heroism of those who served at sea during World War II--to the attention of readers who have only a nodding acquaintance with it.4/5.

This is certainly the case with Marcus Faulkner's The War at Sea: A Naval Atlas, It is not only an information tour de force but its bright and crisp colour maps make it very pleasing to the eye (and the brain)/5(22).

Publisher is Charlton. We have 21 books to download or read online the latest is War at Sea /10(1). Craig Symonds has written a tremendous one-volume account of the global war at sea in World War II. Beginning with the daring attack on Scapa Flow by a German U-Boat and concluding with the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay, this fine book covers every major naval encounter of the war/5().

Great War at Sea. The First World War took place on all of the world's oceans, from the huge battles in the North Sea between fleets of battleships to commerce raiding in the Indian Ocean, We cover all of these — plus some conflicts that never actually happened beyond the plans of naval staffs — in our Great War at Sea series.

Each boxed game covers a campaign or theater of war, with. James Delgado, who has personally explored, dived, and studied a number of the wrecks and sites in the book, provides insights as an explorer, archaeologist, and storyteller.

The result is a unique and compelling history of naval warfare. From fallen triremes and galleons to dreadnoughts, aircraft carriers, and nuclear submarines, this book vividly brings thousands of years of naval warfare to life/5.

An anthology of personal experience selected and edited by John Winton. The Second World War produced hundreds of actions and incidents at sea which were packed with drama and suspense, and which evoked the greatest heroism/5. Download War At Sea books, From the sinking of the British passenger liner Athenia on September 3,by a German U-boat (against orders) to the Japanese surrender on board the Missouri on September 2,War at Sea covers every major naveal battle of World War II.

The war at sea,(History of the Second World War; United Kingdom military series) by Stephen Wentworth Roskill | Jan 1, Hardcover. The Great War at Sea: A Naval History of the First World War by Lawrence Sondhaus is a detailed look at how sea power played a role in WWI.

Sondhaus is an associate professor in the department of history and political science at the University of/5. The atlas looks at the many scarcely covered, historically significant events at sea which impacted the land war.

This book gives a new and exciting presentation to things such as, the impact of the United States Navy in Europe, operations in the Baltic and northern Russia, and Japanese naval contributions in. H.M.S. WARSPITE (War at Sea Series.) The story of the famous battleship of World War I and II.

Roskill, Captain S.W. (D.S.C., R.N.) Published by Futura Book., London, England, Great Britain, UK ().

The War At Sea: A Naval Atlas,is a mammoth undertaking. Within its pages author Marcus Faulkner covers most of the naval engagements of the Second World War, as well as amphibious landings, convoys, sieges, skirmishes and sinking’s with detailed color maps and a brief narrative within each entry.

His new book War at Sea is a stunning example of his broad knowledge of all times historical beneath the sea. I strongly recommend it to anyone who is not only interested in naval history but enjoys a good story as well.

A must read!"--Robert D. Ballard, discoverer of the RMS Titanic and the German battleship Bismarck Brand: Oxford University Press.

Only the story of the fleet of Kublai Khan appears in both books. War at Sea opens with a summary of the many ways ship archaeology benefits historical research in general. Interesting facts turn up, such as battleships were built since the mids, "designed for ship to ship sea battles" "but only 16 were sunk as a result of this type of.

Malcolm Willoughby's book was "THE" book on how the Coast Guard enforced Prohibition when it was first published in the 's, and it remains the most popular work on the subject to date. (It has been re-published several times.) His book inspired me to write my own book on the same topic, although my approach was much by: 2.

War at Sea A Shipwrecked History from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century James P. Delgado. Lavishly illustrated with contemporary images, evocative art, and underwater photographs of sunken warships; A fast-paced, vibrant account of war at sea as illustrated by that which has survived on the bottom.At War At Sea was originally published in by Viking Penguin as a page hardcover book.

There are 16 chapters, along with several maps and a page section of black & white photographs.At War at Sea is worth five stars simply because Spector pays so much attention to the human element of naval warfare over the past century.

His accounts of how the major navies trained both officers and enlisted men, what life was actually like at sea during war, and how the various navies were able to adapt to changes in weapons and technology is quite fascinating.