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by Paul G. Halpern
Unlike most other treatments of World War I at sea, Mr Halpern does not succumb to the . This book covers the entire range of naval warfare during The Great War, including many arenas not normally considered important.
Unlike most other treatments of World War I at sea, Mr Halpern does not succumb to the temptation to concentrate on the Battle of Jutland and submarine warfare in and around the British Isles to the exclusion of all other theaters. The book includes a refreshingly detailed examination of cruiser warfare, mine warfare, riverine warfare and the first halting steps of the various Fleet Air Arms.
World war I. Paul g. halpern. Naval institute press. There is an old joke that the one thing that distinguishes the history of naval operations from the history of military operations on land is ships sink. We usually know what happened-it’s hard to disguise the fact that a ship sank-but it is much more difficult to determine why a ship was used (or not used) in the way she was.
This book offers for the first time a balanced history of the naval war as a whole, viewed from the perspective . With this welcome sequel he again takes the reader beyond those World War I operations staged on the North Sea.
This book offers for the first time a balanced history of the naval war as a whole, viewed from the perspective of all participants in all major theaters.
He has served on the Council of the Navy Records Society (Great Britain) and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Books by Paul G. Halpern
He has served on the Council of the Navy Records Society (Great Britain) and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Warfare and History Series Paul G. This is the best analysis of WWI naval warfare ever written. Mr Halpern has written a fascinating text describing the main guidelines of the naval aspects of this conflict. Warfare in the Ancient Near East to 1600 BC: Holy Warriors at the Dawn of History. Do not expect shot by shot descriptions of the battles, this book deals with the reasons leading to the different battles and their consequences and should be considered essential reading for anybody interested in World War I or Naval History. Recently Viewed and Featured. Lectures on Phase Transitions.
By (author) Paul G. This book aims to provide a definitive work on the First World War at sea. It aims to cover, in a single volume, many aspects of the naval war and to treat the conflict, from the viewpoints of "all" the participants rather than just the Anglo-German perspective.
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List of World War I books is a bibliography using APA style citations of a selection . Halpern, Paul G. A Naval History of World War I (1995). Hammerton, Sir John Alexander (1914–1919).
List of World War I books is a bibliography using APA style citations of a selection of books on World War I. Contents. The Encyclopedia of World War I: A Political, Social, and Military History (5 vol 2005), online at eBook. com, the most detailed reference source; articles by specialists cover all aspects of the war. Tucker, Spencer, ed. European Powers in the First World War: An Encyclopedia (1999). Great War:The Standard History of the All-Europe Conflict (13 volumes). London: The Amalgamated Press.