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Milan N Vego
|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 History The 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 (http://www.nwc.navy.mil/press/Review/2000/summer/br14-Su0.htm) "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|