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Author :: Geoffrey Till
First Published by :: Praeger
Format :: HC
Date :: 15 January 2014
ISBN-10 :: 0275987248
ISBN-13 :: 9780275987244

Using four warship-centered examples, this book shows how naval battles are won or lost-and how technological advantage is rarely as decisive in defeat or victory as is often claimed.

  • Focuses on four ship-centered battle narratives: the battle of Trafalgar, the battle of Jutland, the sinking of the Prince of Wales and Repulse, and the Falklands War
  • Identifies 11 perspectives that explain victory and defeat in naval operations
  • Provides a history-based survey of successful naval operations while highlighting the nature of naval operations in the 21st century
  • Presents information written in a clear, reader-friendly style without compromising on its scholarly standards of content and accuracy
  • Offers fascinating reading for naval college students, general audiences who enjoy naval history, and naval historians alike
Understanding Victory: Naval Operations from Trafalgar to the Falklands

Author: Geoffrey Till

Title: Understanding Victory: Naval Operations from Trafalgar to the Falklands

Series:

First Published by: Praeger

Place:

Format: HC

Date: 15 January 2014

ISBN-10:0275987248

ISBN-13: 9780275987244

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