2 edition of Strategy and response in the twentieth century maritime world found in the catalog.
Strategy and response in the twentieth century maritime world
British-Dutch Maritime History Conference (4th 1997 Instituut Defensieleergangen)
|Statement||edited by Jaap R. Bruijn ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Bruijn, J. R., Instituut Defensieleergangen., Instituut voor Maritieme Historie.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
In the twentieth century, with the introduction of new technologies such as the torpedo, submarine, and airplane, distant blockades (farther from the enemy coast) became standard practice. Mining of ports also was practiced. . Some Thoughts on a Maritime Strategy for the 21st Century Rear Admiral Thomas Marfiak, U.S. Navy (Ret.) In the early s, the Navy, realizing we needed a driving concept for the creation of a naval force capable of holding the Soviet Union at bay, created the first Maritime Strategy.
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With the United States’ “pivot to the Pacific” policy and the importance of maintaining our military and commercial access to the global commons, Julian Corbett’s maritime principles and recommended strategy for the British Navy are just as relevant today as they were during the turn on the twentieth century that they were written in. Strategy: A History has to be the magnum opus of the academic life of Sir Lawrence Freedman. Rich in detail and deeply contextualising, this book is not only the longest but also the most diverse work in recent years on the evolution of strategy. The book is based on a life of scholarship as well as the most recent overviews on the topic.
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Get this from a library. Strategy and response in the twentieth century maritime world: papers presented to the Fourth British-Dutch Maritime History Conference. [J R Bruijn;]. 21st Century Corbett is a collection of essays demonstrating the critical role Sir Julian Corbett played in the development of maritime strategy and sea power theory in the early twentieth century.
His close connections with Mahan and Sims helped reinforce the trans-Atlantic axis of education and thinking on sea power.5/5(3). In response, Reich and Dombrowski examine six major maritime operations, each of which reflects one major strategy.
One size does not fit all, say the authors―the attempt to impose a single overarching blueprint is no longer feasible. Reich and Dombrowski declare that grand strategy, as we know it, is : Simon Reich, Peter Dombrowski. A collection of essays on British and American maritime relationships in the 20th century together with details on the British organization of warfare, Anglo-American maritime theory, their rivalries and coalitions and their plans for dealing with a future war in the nuclear age.
The Globalization of World Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ). These are detailed in my Seapower: A Guide for the 21 st Century (London: Frank Cass, ), pp. – This article is a development of the last chapter of that book. Alfred Thayer Mahan, Retrospect and Prospect (London: Sampson, Low, Marston, ), pp.
Cited by: Jaap R. Bruijn, Anita M.C. van Dissel, Gordon Jackson and Paul C. van Royen (eds.), Strategy and Response in the Twentieth Century Maritime World: Papers Presented to the Fourth British-Dutch Maritime History Conference. Localización: International journal of maritime history, ISSNVol.
14, Nº 1,pág. ; Idioma: español. During his long life, Basil H. Liddell Hart was considered one of the world's foremost military thinkers--a man generally regarded as the "Clausewitz of the 20th century." Strategy is a seminal work of military history and "The most important book by one of the outstanding military authorities of our time."/5.
Book Description. This book is the founding title in the Grammenos Library. The diversity of the subjects covered is unique and the results of research developed over many years are not only comprehensive, but also have important implications on real life issues in maritime business.
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Antony's College (University of Oxford). The Five Greatest Military Strategists of All Time. the twentieth century's prophet of the indirect approach. Wylie is a kind of meta-strategist, using others' ideas to.
In the second half of the 20th century, international maritime transport experienced a prosperous period characterised by the growing integration of markets, by the globalisation of international trade flows and by great advances in by: Maritime Strategy in a New Era of Great Power Competition 3 Introduction.
s a maritime nation, naval power is the U.S.’s most useful means of responding to distant crises, preventing them from harming our security or that of our allies and partners, and keeping geographically remote threats from metastasizing into.
The previous maritime strategy was published at the height of the Cold War in and needed to be updated to reflect the challenges of the 21st century. This was the first maritime strategy to be signed by the leaders of all three U.S. sea services, the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard.
Written in the 6th century BC, Sun Tzu's "The Art of War" is still used as a book of military strategy today. Napoleon, Mae Zedong, General Vo Nguyen Giap and General Douglas MacArthur all claimed Author: Mara Leighton.
Alfred Thayer Mahan: The Influence of Sea Power Upon History InMahan published one of the most important books of the age, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History. The four great traditions of 19th century U.S. diplomacy which I described in my book Promised Land, Crusader State, all depended upon and in turn supported the maritime strategy of “separate spheres” between the Old World and New first expressed in Tom Paine’s Common Sense and made explicit in the Monroe Doctrine drafted by John Quincy.
Now, awareness of Sir Julian Corbett’s classic text Some Principles of Maritime Strategy and his other texts is growing in the 21st century. The exhaustive efforts of select naval historians in the latter 20th century to increase understanding of Corbett’s works against a backdrop of a technobabble trend in defence debate still resulted in significant.
A good place to start would be with Corbett's book which is free to read on Project Gutenberg. The Project Gutenberg eBook, Some Principles of Maritime Strategy, by Julian Stafford Corbett. Book Description. This book adopts an innovative new approach to examine the role of maritime power and the utility of navies.
It uses a number of case studies based upon key Royal Navy operations in the twentieth century to draw out enduring principles about maritime power and to examine the strengths and limitations of maritime forces as instruments of national policy. This scenario was repeated during the influenza A (H3N2) pandemic of –, the third and mildest influenza pandemic of the twentieth century.
The virus was first detected in Hong Kong in early and was introduced into the United States in September by US Marines returning from by: The book also examines maritime resources including fishing and whaling; ships, shipbuilding, ports and navigation; and the logistics of supporting long distance maritime activity.
One very interesting chapter on late imperial China shows how China's then failure to take maritime issues seriously was a major factor in the empire's collapse. “The American Century,” the title of this editorial, sought to back up this claim and to transform it into an even greater one in the process—the Twentieth Century was America’s Century.
Only through a recognition of that fact could Americans escape the “sickness” Luce diagnosed them with and make the whole world their own.