6 edition of Naval Warfare in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1945 found in the catalog.
by Crane Russak & Co
Written in English
|Contributions||Arthur Jacob Marder (Editor), Gerald Jordan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
Jordan, Gerald, ed. Naval Warfare in the Twentieth Century, Essays in Honor of Arthur Marder. London: Croom Helm; New York: Crane Russak, pp. Includes an essay, by William R. Braisted, "On the American Red and Red-Orange Plans, ," Kennedy, Floyd D. The Royal Navy continued to be the world’s most powerful navy well into the 20th century. During World War I its main mission was the protection of shipping from submarine attack. Naval aviation was established by the British during that war, and the Fleet Air Arm was given control of .
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Bookpick: Naval Warfare in the Twentieth Century My main research interest is in the Royal Navy at the time of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars () but having served in both the British and Australian Navy I also enjoy reading about other navies, ships and men from other times and different theatres of conflict.
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Willmott, H. The Last Century of Sea Power, Volume 1: From Port Arthur to Chanak, – (), pp. online in ebrary. Naval Warfare Books. Info on selected title. Buy this title at. Naval Power in the Twentieth Century. By Rodger, N.A.M.Macmillan ISBN pages, 1 map. Descripton: Proceedings of a conference held 1900-1945 book this topic at the University of Exeter in The author takes an interesting approach to describing the evolution of naval warfare during the twentieth century.
He describes the development of technologies in conjunction with the training and treatment of the men in different navies at different times and shows the ramifications in selected battles.
One aspect that make this book Cited by: 6. During the 20th century, naval warfare was transformed by technology. By its first decade the great unknowns were the impact of underwater weapons and platforms; torpedoes, mines and submarines. Although in the long term these would threaten the supremacy of the gun-armed surface ship, the latter also underwent fundamental transformation with.
By the dawn of the twentieth century, heavily armed iron-hulled warships, powered by oil-fired burners and driven by screw propellers, pointed to the shape of things to come.
Spencer Tucker's heavily illustrated narrative account of this crucial transition phase in naval history focuses on the evolution of ships and their ordnance. Excerpt from Book Review: Admiral's Advantage -- U.S.
Navy Operational Intelligence in World War II and the Cold War The Admirals Advantage The Admirals Advantage is a book that is based on an Operational Intelligence (OPINTEL) 'Lessons Learnt' symposium that was held in at the National Maritime Intelligence Centre.
It also borrows from studies conducted by the reserve units of the. Call for Book Chapters BHA: “Warfare in the Twentieth Century Europe: The Balkan Wars from the Ottoman Turkish Perspective” The end of the 19 th century was a period when the colonial race between the Great Powers was intensified, especially with the participation of Germany and Italy in the competition.
The area over which the Great Powers contended was the Balkan lands of the Ottoman. With millions of allied and enemy troops laying down their lives on the battlefields of Europe, hundreds of thousands were participating in an entirely different form of warfare, albeit equally dangerous for those involved.
The War at Sea would prove to. Barbed Wire: Invented in the late 19th century as a means to contain cattle in the American West, barbed wire soon found military applications—notably during the Second Anglo-Boer War ( Naval warfare in the twentieth century, London: Croom Helm ; New York: Crane Russak, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Arthur Jacob Marder; Arthur Jacob Marder; Arthur Jacob Marder: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Jacob Marder; Gerald Jordan.
Australian Naval Institute. This war has had many books written about it. In actuality Thucydides, an Athenian general, wrote the first history of the war. The book we are looking at is one of the best on the subject, but also one of the best books about any war.
As the author points out, Greece's coastline is actually longer than Italy': £ By the dawn of the twentieth century, heavily armed iron-hulled warships, powered by oil-fired burners and driven by screw propellers, pointed to the shape of things to come.
Spencer Tucker's heavily illustrated narrative account of this crucial transition phase in naval history focuses on the evolution of ships and their ordnance. Tucker opens Reviews: 1. The photos in this book are taken from an unpublished album belonged to a member of the crew of famous German Battleship Tirpitz.
It is a little known fact that before the start of World War Two the ship went on a shakedown voyage into the Atlantic, trave. Brian Schofield, Gerald Jordan, editor, Naval Warfare In The Twentieth Century —, Taylor & Francis, →ISBN, ‘Jacky’ Fisher, HMS Indomitable and the Dogger Bank Action: A Personal Memoir, page The vast oceans throughout the world played host to a majority of the fiercest and strategically vital operations of the entire Second World War.
As well as varying types of vessels upon the water, ranging from the support boats to the forty thousand ton. 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/5(10). Naval Warfare in the Twentieth Century, Essays in Honour of Arthur Marder by Arthur Jacob Marder starting at $ Naval Warfare in the Twentieth Century, Essays in Honour of Arthur Marder has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
At War at Sea covers both the main naval engagements of the 20th century which are generally familiar to most naval history readers as well as the minor ones which the author feels had a significant impact on naval history of the instance, he explains the changeover from battleship dominance to submarine and carrier dominance in naval warfare but brings in the earliest instances.
This book set out to provide an explanation of 20th Century naval warfare from the average sailors perspective and argue the thesis that training and competence is more important to the outcome of battles than is typically acknowledged my most military historianswho focus on technological advances held by one side or the other/5(17).
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