New Interpretations in Naval History: Selected Papers from the Eleventh Naval History Symposium, Held at the United States Naval Academy, 21-23 October 1993
Robert William Love
Naval Institute Press, 2001 - History - 394 pages
Papers from the 1993 Symposium include topics on the Constitution's winning captains, the U.S. Navy and fugitive slaves in the Civil War, the Austrian Navy and the battle of Lissa, non-air breathing diesel submarine engines, the single air manager controversy of 1968, and much more.
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