The rise and fall of British naval mastery

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1983 - History - 405 pages
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A pleasant read, well written and containing by no shocking errors, but vague, unbalanced, superficial, and unfocussed. Not a first-class work of historical scholarship by any means, at least as I ... Read full review

Review: The Rise and Fall of British Naval Mastery

User Review  - Thomas Lundy - Goodreads

A pleasant read, well written and containing by no shocking errors, but vague, unbalanced, superficial, and unfocussed. Not a first-class work of historical scholarship by any means, at least as I ... Read full review

Contents

THE ELEMENTS OF SEA POWER
1
Definition of the term sea power and its various stages the Navalist emphasis upon
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THE STUART NAVY
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