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Armored warships— battleships and armored cruisers (which latter evolved into
the battle cruiser)— carried armor plate on their sides as well as on their decks.
21 Navy Yearbook, ipiy, p. 738; Allan Nevins, Grover Cleveland (1932), pp. 219/f.
All we needed for offensive purposes, according to the controlling opinion of that
day, was a fleet of fast un- armored cruisers to raid hostile merchant shipping, to
engage an enemy's light cruisers, and to harry the battleships of an attacking ...
These first battle cruisers mounted eight twelve-inch guns, or the same main
battery as was carried by the United States ... 28 This estimate included the five
battleships and two armored cruisers completed before the war with Spain.
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LibraryThing Reviewمعاينة المستخدمين - DinadansFriend - www.librarything.com
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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