Some Principles of Maritime Strategy

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Naval Institute Press, 1988 - History - 351 pages
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In the early 20th century this book was required reading in any study of naval strategy. Though this work pre-dates the airplane, submarine, and missile, it still should be basic reading for students of the naval arts. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
  

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This book was first published in 1911, and was somewhat controversial. Julian Corbett was a British lawyer, who had no military experience of any kind. In one of Corbett's previous books, about the ... Read full review

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A must read for the serious naval professional. Read full review

Contents

Note on Sources and Acknowledgments
ix
INTRODUCTION
3
THEORY OF
15
Natures of WarsOffensive and Defensive
31
Natures of WarsLimited and Unlimited
41
Wars of InterventionLimited Interference
60
Conditions of Strength in Limited War
72
Theory of the ObjectCommand of
91
Theory of the MethodConcentration
128
Introductory
155
H Methods of Securing Command
167
Methods of Disputing Command
209
Methods of Exercising Command
233
The Green Pamphlet
305
Index
346
Copyright

Theory of the MeansThe Constitution
107

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