9 edition of The navy, a history found in the catalog.
The navy, a history
|Statement||by Fletcher Pratt.|
|LC Classifications||VA55 .P7 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ., xi-xvi, , 496 (i.e. 504) p.|
|Number of Pages||504|
|LC Control Number||41023977|
This book is hard-bound in blue cloth, with gilt-stamping to the upper cover and spine. The spine is a bit toned. The upper hinge is cracked, but with the binding solid. The contents are bright and generally clean, but with foxing to the fore-edge, and to the pages at the front and rear. Details about English Military History Royal Navy Seller Rating: % positive. The book tells the story of the Japanese and American commanders whose fates converged in history's last great naval engagement, the Battle of Leyte Gulf in October It is also a story of competing traditions and the extraordinary influence of personality, organizations and culture on warfare -- despite the advanced technologies wielded in.
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This book has 22 pages and was uploaded by narfstar on Febru The file size is mb. Publisher is Military Information And Humor10/10(2). A Brief History of the U.S. Navy The History of the United States Navy is very rich and storied. The Navy began with its inception in , during the Revolutionary War. It began with the Continental Navy and was disbanded for a very short time after the Revolution. With the creation of the United States Constitution and adopted in , theFile Size: 43KB.
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