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By Rear Adm. Alfred Thayer Mahan USN, John B. Hattendorf

Mahan on Naval Strategy, on hand in paperback for the 1st time, offers a range of key writings from one of many maximum naval theorists of all time. An unique contributor to the research of strategic pondering, Alfred Thayer Mahan offered strategies and theories in The impact of Seapower and his different writings that supply tips in constructing techniques to accommodate the maritime demanding situations of the twenty-first century. With this specified choice of key articles and chapters from Mahan’s works, readers have a unmarried, handy connection with support them towards an entire knowing of Mahan’s common sense and considering.

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For, if the commendation bestowed be at all deserved, it is to be ascribed simply to the fact that the author has been led to give to the most important part of the profession an attention which it is in the power of any other officer to bestow, but which too few actually do. 9 Promoted to the rank of captain in 1885, he came to the Naval War College in that year to begin serious work on his first sea power book, basing himself at his home in New York City. The following year, he succeeded Luce as the president of the Naval War College, serving in that capacity until 1889.

With the arrival of these industrial capabilities, both the United States and Japan built navies that took advantage of the situation. This twofold change struck directly at the traditional thinking about navies. Previously, naval leaders developed their strategy in terms of common sense and practical experience. No serious professional literature existed. There had been no need to intellectualize the subject. The changed nature of international politics and naval technology brought all into question and seemed to sweep all previous thinking away.

The Influence of Sea Power on History, 1660–1783, p. 89. 41. Retrospect and Prospect, p. 163. 42. ), p. 481. 43. Retrospect and Prospect, p. 144. 44. Naval Administration and Warfare, p. 105. 45. The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future, p. 291. 46. Naval Strategy, p. 99. 47. Naval Strategy, p. 191. 48. Naval Administration and Warfare, p. 172 49. The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future, p. 214. 50. Sea Power in Its Relation to the War of 1812 (1905), vol. 2, p.

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