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The American steel navy; a photographic history of the U.S. Navy from the introduction of the steel hull in 1883 to the cruise of the Great White Fleet, 1907-1909,

Author: John Doughty Alden
Publisher: Annapolis, Md., Naval Institute Press [1972]
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Alden, John Doughty, 1921-
American steel navy.
Annapolis, Md., Naval Institute Press [1972]
(OCoLC)601944460
Online version:
Alden, John Doughty, 1921-
American steel navy.
Annapolis, Md., Naval Institute Press [1972]
(OCoLC)608062175
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Doughty Alden
ISBN: 0870216813 9780870216817
OCLC Number: 515913
Description: 396 pages illustrations 31 cm
Contents: Ships of the American steel navy : The ABCD ships --
Second-generation protected cruisers --
The debut of the armored ship --
Gunboats and peace cruisers --
Dynamite gun and ram --
The craze for speed --
Enter the armored cruiser --
Real bone and sinew --
The superposed-turret battleship --
Floating flatirons and galoshes --
Rise and decline of the torpedo boat --
The foreign war purchases --
The pleasure yacht is enlisted --
Auxiliaries of the the steel navy --
Prizes of war --
Continued battleship expansion --
Resurgence of the two-story turret --
Introducing the destroyer --
The armored cruiser squandron --
Gunboat diplomacy and banana wars --
The training squadrons --
The submarine torpedo boat --
The final flowering. Forging a modern steel navy : Construction and repair --
Arms and armor --
Engineering and the black gang --
Communications and command --
organization and the shore establishment. Men and operations of the American steel navy : Officer personnel and training --
Blujackets of the steel navy --
A sailor's life on ship and shore --
The marines have landed --
Fleet operations and foreign ports --
Remember the Maine! --
The Great White Fleet. Personalities of the American steel navy --
Anatomy of a battleship --
Warships of the American steel navy --
Ordnance and torpedo data --
Enlisted rates and pay --
Daily shipboard routine --
A brief glossary of nautical expressions.
Responsibility: by John D. Alden. Photographic research and editorial supervision by Ed Holm. Fifty warship profiles by Arthur D. Baker.

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