Fb2 Lessons of the War With Spain ePub
by Alfred T. Mahan
|Author:||Alfred T. Mahan|
|Publisher:||Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1970)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1747 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1360 kb|
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Alfred T. Mahan as a captain. Lessons of the War with Spain, and Other Articles (1899).
Alfred T. While in actual command of a ship, his skills were not exemplary; and a number of vessels under his command were involved in collisions, with both moving and stationary objects . Mahan contended that with a command of the sea, even if local and temporary, naval operations in support of land forces could be of decisive importance. The Problem of Asia and Its Effect Upon International Policies (1900).
With us, able to live off ourselves, there is more approach to parity. The Effect of Deficient Coast-Defence upon the Movements of the Navy
With us, able to live off ourselves, there is more approach to parity. Men may even differ as to which is the more important; but such difference, in this question, which is purely military, is not according to knowledge. The Effect of Deficient Coast-Defence upon the Movements of the Navy. The Military and Naval Conditions of Spain at the Outbreak of the War. The unsatisfactory condition of the coast defences, whereby the navy lost the support of its complementary factor in the scheme of national sea power, imposed a vicious, though inevitable, change in the initial plan of campaign, which should have been directed in full force against the coast of Cuba.
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Alfred Thayer Mahan was born on September 27, 1840 at West Point, New York, where his father was a professor of Civil and Military Engineering at the . He graduated from the Naval Academy in 1859 and embarked on a nearly 40-year naval career seeing duty in the South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico against the Confederacy. He taught briefly at Annapolis, but spent most of his academic career at the newly founded Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, where he eventually served as president.
Lessons of the War with Spain. Lessons of the war with spain. Boston little, brown, and company 1899.
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by Alfred Thayer Mahan. Table of Contents -01- About this book -02- PREFACE -03- INTRODUCTORY -04- LESSONS OF THE WAR WITH SPAIN -05- OTHER ARTICLES -06- THE PEACE CONFERENCE AND THE MORAL ASPECT OF WAR -07- THE RELATIONS OF THE UNITED STATES TO THEIR NEW DEPENDENCIES -08- DISTINGUISHING QUALITIES OF SHIPS OF WAR -09- CURRENT FALLACIES UPON NAVAL SUBJECTS.