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The House Naval Committee whose chairman, Thomas B. King of Georgia, was
opposed to a "large and expensive naval establishment in time of peace,"
favored the idea of combining a small regular navy with a fleet of private
Thanks to the mines, ironworks, factories, shipyards, railroads, merchant marine,
and fairly abundant liquid capital of the North, the Union Government succeeded
in expanding the Navy to meet the extraordinary demands of the war. But the ...
According to Mahan's imperialistic hypothesis, an expanding foreign commerce
was essential to national power and prosperity. To compete successfully in the
world-wide struggle for markets, a nation must have a strong merchant marine.
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LibraryThing Reviewمعاينة المستخدمين - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing
A basic review of the process of creating an American Navy. Not inspiring, in my opinion. There have been several livelier books written on this topic since. The original book was published in 1939. قراءة التقييم بأكمله
Sea Power and American Independence 1776
Independence Without Sea Power 17831789
Naval Expansion and Cruiser
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