Maritime Strategy 1914: Perspectives from Australia and Beyond

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Thomas R. Frame
Barton Books Pty, Limited, Mar 25, 2015 - Australia - 154 pages
This book is a collection of essays drawn from a public seminar hosted bythe Sea Power Centre Australia (SPCA) and the Australian Centre forthe Study of Armed Conflict and Society (ACSACS) at the Universityof NSW (Canberra) in November 2014. The seminar presentations havebeen revised, enlarged and edited. An additional two papers, those by DrPeter Overlack and Mr Michael Wynd, have been included to broaden andsupplement the collection. The editor has also added an introduction covering aseries of events between 1901 and 1914 that led to the establishment of theRoyal Australia Navy and which gives the less informed reader a sense ofthe considerable challenges facing the new navy.The opinions expressed in each of the essays are those of the individualauthors. They do not represent the opinions of the organisations withwhich they are affiliated nor do they embody or reflect the opinions ofthe University of NSW or the Royal Australian Navy.

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Professor Tom FrameA graduate of the RAN College Jervis Bay and the University of NSW,Tom Frame served in the Navy for fifteen years. He has been the Directorof the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society(ACSACS) at UNSW Canberra since July 2014 and has written on mostaspects of Australian naval history.

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