History of the U.S. Navy: 1775-1941

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Stackpole Books, 1992 - History - 731 pages
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Discusses the American Navy's role in history from the Revolutionary War to the present, and shows how foreign policy, partisan politics, and changing technology have shaped its destiny

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HISTORY OF THE U. S. NAVY, VOL. 2, 1942-1991

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Continuing where he left off in Volume 1 ( LJ 3/15/92), naval historian Love chronicles the history of the U.S. Navy from America's entry into World War II to Desert Storm. Love, who teaches at the U ... Read full review

History of the U. S. Navy

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Love (history, U.S. Naval Acad.) has produced a highly detailed political and diplomatic history of the U.S. Navy to 1941 that succeeds in explaining the high politics of American naval history ... Read full review

Contents

To Yorktown and Independence
27
The Federalist Era 17831796
42
The Quasi War 17981801
57
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