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Title:
Naval power in the war (1914-1917)
Author:
Gill, C. C. (Charles Clifford), 1885-
Publication Information:
New York : George H. Doran Company [1918]
Physical Description:
xv, 224 pages : folded frontispiece, illustrations, maps, folded tables ; 20 cm
General Note:
"The eleven chapters in this work, with one exception, were contributed to the New York times current history magazine during the year 1917, and now appear in a revised form."--Pref.
Language:
English
Contents:
Significance of naval power in the war.--Definitions and estimate of the situation.--Opening activities.--Naval action in Heligoland Bight.--Coronel and Falkland engagements.--Dardanellas operations.--North Sea battles.--Submarine warfare.--Anti-submarine tactics.--Naval lessons of the war.--Appendix: 1. Comparative strength of navies. 2. "Emden" exploits. 3. America's part in the development of naval weapons and tactics.
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