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New interpretations in naval history : selected papers from the eighteenth McMullen Naval History Symposium held at the United States Naval Academy 19-20 September 2013

Format: Print Book 2018
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Reference Government Documents GOVDOC r D 208.210:N 22/2013
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Reference Government Documents
 
Call Number  GOVDOC r D 208.210:N 22/2013
 
 
Contents
Foreword / by John B. Hattendorf
The education and experience of a Siamese prince in the British Royal Navy / by Richard A. Ruth
Continuity or change? Late Roman naval forces / by Jorit Wintjes
Captain Vancouver and the Coast Salish: contact history as naval history in the Pacific Northwest, 1792 / by Madeleine Peckham
British naval administration and the manpower problem in the Georgian Navy / by Samantha A. Cavell, J. Ross Dancy, and Evan Wilson
Victuals and libations in the U.S. Navy during the time of sail and early steam / by Dennis Ringle
Portable soup to Peruvian bark: medicinal trials in the Royal Navy, 1750-1800 / by Cori Convertito
The first gunboat diplomacy: the U.S. Navy, Haiti, and the birth of American interventionism, 1798-1800 / by Andrew J. Forney
Overcoming "hydrophobia": John Adams and the War of 1812 / by R.M. Barlow
Brown water, blue water: the naval battle for New Orleans / by Gene Allen Smith
"Unquestionably there is an organized band of incendiaries": Confederate boat burners on the Lower Mississippi River / by Laura June Davis
Building a sugar empire: slave trafficking on the rivers of antebellum America / by Debra Jackson
Tinclads, torpedoes, and levees: using environmental history to understand the Civil War's Western Theater / by Robert Gudmestad
Technical human capital and retention in the U.S. Navy during the Second Industrial Revolution / by Darrell J. Glaser and Ahmed S. Rahman
Great-power apprenticeships: naval and maritime operations of the United States and Japan, 1898-1905 / by Carl Cavanagh Hodge
Two ships passing in the night: the United States, Great Britain, and the immunity of private property at sea in time of war, 1904-1907 / by Alan M. Anderson
Strategy and sustainment: a century of Australian amphibious operations in the Asia-Pacific / by Rhys Crawley and Peter J. Dean
Keep watch: the Navy League in the interwar period / by Duncan Redford
Delivering the goods: the U.S. Merchant Marine in the Second World War / by Salvatore R. Mercogliano
The Battle of Quemoy: the amphibious assault that held the postwar military balance in the Taiwan Strait / by Maochun Miles Yu
The PLA at sea: China's search for a naval strategy / by Peter Lorge
From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Arthur Radford and U.S. foreign policy in East Asia / by Zachary M. Matusheski
Repairing the wreckage of Vietnam: the Marine Corps's great personnel campaign, 1975-1979 / by Nathan R. Packard.

Additional Information
Series U.S. Naval War College historical monograph series ; no. 25.
Subjects Naval art and science -- History -- Congresses.
Naval history, Modern -- Congresses.
United States -- History, Naval -- Congresses.
Publisher Newport, Rhode Island :2018
Edition U.S. Government official edition.
Other Titles Selected papers from the eighteenth McMullen Naval History Symposium held at the United States Naval Academy 19-20 September 2013
Contributors Bogle, Lori Lyn, editor.
Rentfrow, James C., editor.
Language English
Notes Shipping List No.: 2018-0241-P.
Description xii, 278 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9781935352365
1935352369
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