POWER AT SEA
Presents an unprecedented narrative assessment of modern naval power, how it emerged from the Age of Fighting Sail, how it was employed in war and peace, and how it has shaped the life of the human community over the past century and a quarter. Separated into three masterful volumes: The Age of Navalism 1890-1918; The Breaking Storm 1919-1945; and A Violent Peace 1946-2006. Slipcased. 1,240 pages in three volumes, slipcased.
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