Allied and American Naval Operations in the European Theater: World War I
|Author: ||Coletta, Paolo|
This book offers conclusions drawn from the study of the contributions of sea power to Allied/American victory in WWI. While naval strategy and tactics are considered, great emphasis has been placed upon the American bridge of ships that made logistic support for the Allies possible. Details have been garnered from the study of records in the Italian Naval History Office, British Naval Defense Library, and a host of American, British, French, and Italian archival and manuscript collections in addition to many secondary works and articles. Includes 48 pages of maps and photographs.
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