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Sea power ashore and in the air

Author: John Reeve; David Stevens; Sea Power Centre Australia.
Publisher: Sydney : Halstead Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English
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"Leading historians look back over more than a hundred years, to show how navies have often made a critical difference to the fighting ashore and the contest for mastery of the air. (Dustcover.).
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Reeve; David Stevens; Sea Power Centre Australia.
ISBN: 9781920831455 1920831452
OCLC Number: 271328006
Description: 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. Naval Power Projection at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. Chapter 1. Sea power ashore and in the air / Andrew Lambert.--Chapter 2. The Weihaiwei blockade and Japanese hegemony in the Far East / Sarah Paine. Chapter 3. Maritime aspects of the Gallipoli operation / Robin Pior.--Chapter 4. The Royal naval Division at Gallipoli / Chris page.--Chapter 5. Naval aviation at Gallipoli / Chris Clark.--Part II. Chapter 6. An inferior naval power ashore: German Navy Baltic, Mediterranean and Black Sea operations / Sarandis Papadopoulos.--Chapter 7. Sea power ashore: North Africa to Normandy / Stephen Prince.--Chapter 8. Together again for the first time: The Army, the RAN and amphibious warfare 1942-45.--Chapter 9. Tethered to Okinawa: The US Navy's role in the Okinawa Operation. / Jeffrey G. Barlow. Part III. Naval Power Projection in the Cold War Era. Chapter 10. The US Navy and Marines in the civil war in China 1945-47 / Ronald Spector.--Chapter 11. The Shanghai blockade and British diplomatic recognition of the PRC / Bruce Elleman.--Chapter 12. Korea: the first challenge for Australian naval aviation / Jack McCaffrie.--Chapter 13. Virtual War in the 'Ice Jungle': The changing nature of shore, littoral and terrain / Gary E. Weir.--Chapter 14. A maritime approach to joint and coalition warfare: Three case histories / David Hobbs.--Chapter 15. The RAN and Air Mobile Operations: The RAN Helicopter Flight Vietnam / David Farthing.--Chapter 16. The Type 42 in the Falklands War: The influence of the air warfare destroyer on joint operations / Mark Schweikert.--Part IV. Naval Power Projection in the Contemporary World.--Chapter 17. Sea power and peace operations: the naval contribution to UNITAF, Somalia, 1992-93.--Chapter 18. The challenges for medium-sized navies in the post-Cold War world / Andrew Dorman.--Chapter 19. Triumph or tragedy? Reflections on the history of joint power projection ashore / John Reeve.
Responsibility: edited by David Stevens and John Reeve.

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"Leading historians look back over more than a hundred years, to show how navies have often made a critical difference to the fighting ashore and the contest for mastery of the air. (Dustcover.).

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