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The United States Navy: A 200-Year History (original 1986; edition 1987)

by Edward Latimer Beach

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Thoroughly illustrated with maps, charts, and photographs, this anecdotal history of the U.S. Navy examines the impact of innovation and technology on the service as it chronicles the Navy's colorful and sometimes controversial past.
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Title:The United States Navy: A 200-Year History
Authors:Edward Latimer Beach
Info:Houghton Mifflin Co (1987), Paperback, 564 pages
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