American Naval History, 1607-1865

Overcoming the Colonial Legacy
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Bindwijze: Hardcover

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  • Engels
  • 216 pagina's
  • University Of Nebraska Press
  • december 2012
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For its first eighty-five years, the United States was only a minor naval power. Its fledgling fleet had been virtually annihilated during the War of Independence and was mostly trapped in port by the end of the War of 1812. How this meagre presence became the major naval power it remains to this day is the subject of American Naval History, 1607-1865. A wide-ranging yet concise survey of the U.S. Navy from the colonial era through the Civil War, the book draws on American, British, and French history to reveal how navies reflect diplomatic, political, economic, and social developments and to show how the foundation of America's future naval greatness was laid during the Civil War. Award-winning author Jonathan R. Dull documents the remarkable transformation of the U.S. Navy between 1861 and 1865, thanks largely to brilliant naval officers like David Farragut, David D. Potter, and Andrew Foote, visionary politicians like Abraham Lincoln and Gideon Welles, and progressive industrialists like James Eads and John Ericsson. But only by understanding the failings of the antebellum navy can the accomplishments of Lincoln's navy be fully appreciated. Exploring such topics as delays in American naval development, differences between the U.S. and European fleets, and the effect that the country's colonial past had on its naval policies, Dull offers a new perspective on both American naval history and the history of the developing republic.

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Auteur Jonathan R. Dull
Soort Met illustraties
Taal Engels
Afmetingen 19x218x149 mm
Gewicht 404,00 gram
ISBN10 080324052X
ISBN13 9780803240520

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