4 edition of The wonder of war at sea found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Francis Rolt-Wheeler.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.R66 W|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 376 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||19006767|
The unique richness of The Great War at Sea offers an excellent read in naval history.’ Source: The NYMAS Review ' this book is to be welcomed by general readers and specialists alike. The reward is that we have the great naval war of –18 encompassed in one manageable volume. For that, Sondhaus is to be congratulated.'. How to Lose a War at Sea – Book Review By Ed William. How to Lose a War at Sea: Foolish Plans and Great Naval Blunders. Edited by Bill Fawcett. HarperCollins Publishers. pages. Paperback $; Kindle Edition $ The fate of nations have risen or fallen in some of the great naval battles of history.
Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea Julian Thompson. Pan Macmillan, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. Based on gripping first-hand testimony from the archives of the Imperial War Museum, this book reveals what it was really like to serve in the Royal Navy during the First World War. It was a period of huge change. Click on the image above if you'd like to discuss Wonder Books, Modern World, Observers or any similar s non-fiction series books. The term Wonder Book is said to have first been used by Nathaniel Hawthorne of Boston in with his The Wonder-Book for Girls and Golding of Ward, Lock & Co edited the very first 'Wonder Book', as we know the famous English series of children's.
The Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea by Julian Thompson starting at $ The Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. With authoritative analysis, and in one volume, Miller majestically relates the history of the last great sea war for the general reader, from the sinking of the passenger ship Athenia on September 3.
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By: Rolt-Wheeler, Francis. With thirty-eight illustrations from war photographs and sketches. Octavo, green cloth covers with pictorial design of a gun boat, coursing through the waves printed in orange, black and a lighter blue-green. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
The wonder of war at sea: Item Preview Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : How and Why Wonder Books - Wikipedia. In War at Sea, Nathan Miller brings the story of these monumental events--and the achievements, suffering, and heroism of those who served at sea during World War II--to the attention of readers 4/5(6).
About this Item: Greenhill Books, London, Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Revised Enlarged. previous owners name in ink. Based on the classic two-volume Chronology of the War at Sea takes into account the very latest information to.
Fascinating and dramatic, War at Sea is his most recent book, a treasury of intrigue and enigmas from the countless sunken warships that lie on the bottom of oceans, lakes, and rivers. --Clive Cussler, bestselling novelist and founder of the National Underwater and Marine Agency.
The War at Sea is an excellent book that give you a thumb nail view of the entire naval action of WW-II without getting bogged down with detailed tactical issues. I enjoyed the many stories and comments from individuals who were part of the action.
The only complain I Reviews: The war at sea was a test of nerves and ingenuity. Both sides had to master technologies and ways of fighting unimaginable just a few years earlier. It was a marathon of endurance and persistence, often thankless but always critically important.
Lee "Imperial War Museum Book of the War at Sea " por Julian Thompson disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Based on gripping first-hand testimony from the archives of the Imperial War Museum, this book reveals what it was reall. Synopsis The story of nearly six years war at sea during World War II, as seen by British sailors, from Ordinary Seamen to Admirals, in their memoirs, diaries, letters, and taped interviews.
This book is part of a series published in co-operation with the Imperial War s: 3. “The War for the Sea: A Maritime History of World War II” by Evan Mawdsley, Yale University Press, pages,$ World War II was the largest naval conflict ever.
"Nathan Miller's long-awaited War at Sea does what no other book has done--it captures the worldwide ocean conflict in one sweeping narrative. This book puts the reader in the action, from the dank, interiors of U-boats tracking convoys in the Atlantic to the cockpits of divebombers closing in on s: To the far-sighted, the use of aircraft in war may have seemed obvious, it really needed the conviction of a saint to visualise the practical use of aircraft in a war at sea.
This splendid book traces the chequered history of naval aviation, and the extraordinary vision and determination of the designers, builders and pilots of naval aircraft. The book considers the U.S.
Navy as well as other nations' navies and their performance in time of war. It is very interesting and would be a good read for a military history In this book, Mr.
Spector focuses on the human element in naval combat: culture, personnel issues, training, tactics, decision quality and human-technology interaction/5(17). Based on gripping first-hand testimony from the archives of the Imperial War Museum, this book reveals what it was really like to serve in the Royal Navy during the First World War.
It was a period of huge change – for the first time the British navy went into battle with untried weapon systems, dreadnoughts, submarines, aircraft and : War at Sea chronicles the history of warships through their wrecks from the "exponential growth in the number of warship discoveries" in the last two decades.
The book covers "amazing new developments." Hundreds of new sites have turned up, including the Titanic, the Monitor, and the Hunley. War at Sea () comic books. All Issues; In Stock; Display. Issue # War at Sea () # Published Nov by Charlton Comics "The Lost Lady"; and "The Wonderful 90 Day Wonder".
Plus: 2-page text story "Decision on the Dauber". 32 pages, full color. Cover price $ We Buy Comics We Buy Comics: Gold, Silver, Bronze, high-grade. The Navy did the same, employing studies and war games at the Naval War College in Newport, R.I., to develop Sea Planthe genesis of what would become the U.S.
Navy’s maritime strategy. Marcus Faulkner is currently a visiting lecturer in the Department of War Studies, King s College London. His research interests are divided between 20th-century naval and intelligence history, with emphasis on the German navy of the inter-war years.
He is the author of The Great War at Sea, published in to great acclaim.Wonder Summary. August Pullman has been homeschooled due to some complicated health issues related to a dramatic cranio-facial abnormality and the rigorous surgery schedule that comes with it.
But by the time August turns ten, his parents are beginning to think about the big picture a.k.a. long-term.When I came across Ronald H. Spector's At War at Sea: Sailors and Naval Combat in the Twentieth Century I was more than a little bit skeptical.
It's a "general" history, and for some reason, I've never really been fond of those. Sure, there's always a time and place for books that condense huge swaths of history into a convenient little page package.