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Austro-Hungarian naval policy 1904-1914.

Author: Milan N Vego
Publisher: London Frank Cass Publishers 1996.
Series: Naval Policy and History, 1
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This unique account describes the interplay of factors in the emergence of the Austro-Hungarian Navy from a coastal defence force in 1904 to a respectable battle force by the eve of World War I.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Milan N Vego
ISBN: 0714642096 9780714642093
OCLC Number: 560641850
Description: 213 pages, plates.
Contents: The Journal of Slavic Military Studies, Paul G. Halpern, Florida State University"A welcome addition to the literature of the field." "Readers interested in the Austro-Hungarian navy and the naval balance of power in the Mediterranean on the eve of World War I will welcome the appearance of Vego"s book."Lawrence Sondhaus, University of Indianapolis, The Journal of Military HistoryThe Northern Mariner - Reviewed by William Henry Flayhart -"is a complete diplomatic history of the place and the role of Austria-Hungary as a sea-power with the world"s six largest navy..."Austrian Yearbook. Vol. XX1X - Reviewed by Wolfgang Etschmann"In addition to paul G. Halpern"s books The Naval Situation in the Mediterranean, 1908-1914 and The Naval War in the Mediterranean, 1914-1918, Milan Vego"s exstensively researched and well-grounded study analyses the rise of the Dual Monarchy"s navy to modern sea power."International History Review, Vol 20, No 1, March 98"Vego"s book is a readable overview of the naval aspects of Austria-Hungary"s foreign policy between 1904 and 1914 and is therefore a good addition to the standard technical reference books."Naval War College Review, Summer 2000 ("An excellent overview of not only Triple Alliance naval policy but also its effect on the Triple Entente"s strategy. ... Any reader interested in early twentieth-century European history generally and naval policy specifically should read this work.
Series Title: Naval Policy and History, 1


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