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Cheves next paid his respects to the rapidly crystallizing plan to attack Canada.
He had no doubt such an attack would succeed. But how, he inquired, could we
continue the war after conquering Canada, unless we had a naval force upon the
7,000 miles, throughout a large part of the time, to the possibilities of attack from
the enemy's torpedocraft. . . . Their lines of communication, after they get to the
point 7,000 miles away, are constantly liable to interruption and would inevitably
One was to seek means of making merchant vessels invulnerable to submarine
attack. Another was to attempt to hunt down and destroy enemy U-boats at sea.
And a third was to attack at the source by striving to prevent the under-water ...
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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
Chart and Compass i
Sea Power and American Independence 1776
Independence Without Sea Power 17831789
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