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History of the Royal Navy

Author: Peter Kemp
Publisher: New York, Putnam [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st American ed.]View all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Festschriften
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Kemp
OCLC Number: 31446
Description: 304 pages illustrations (some color), maps, portraits 29 cm
Contents: 1. First steps towards a navy --
2. War with Spain --
3. The Dutch wars --
4. War of the Spanish secession --
5. War of the Austrian secession --
6. The challenge from France, 1756-1762 --
7. Opening the oceans, 1764-1800 --
8. War of American independence --
9. Life at sea in Nelson's day --
10. The Revolutionary War with France --
11. Return to the Mediterranean --
12. The armed neutrality of the Baltic powers --
13. The war repoens --
14. The Berlin decrees and orders in council. 15. The Pax Britannica --
16. The German challenge, 1900-1914 --
17. The first World War --
18. Operations in home waters --
19. U-boat war fare --
20. The Royal Navy between the two World Wars --
21. The second World War --
Operation in home waters --
22. The second World War --
Battle of the River Plate --
23. The second World War --
Operations in the Mediterranean --
24. The second World War --
Amphibious operations --
25. The second World War --
The U-boat campaign in the Atlantic and the Arctic --
26. The second World War --
Operations in the Indian Ocean --
27. The Royal Navy after war.
Responsibility: edited by P.K. Kemp.
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