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Principles of Maritime Strategy

by Julian S. Corbett

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The respected naval historian emphasizes precise definitions of terminology and ideas as the antidote to purposeless discussion and the direct path to the fundamental data on which all are agreed. He places naval warfare within the larger framework of human conflict, proposing that the key to maritime dominance lies in the effective use of sea lines.… (more)
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The respected naval historian emphasizes precise definitions of terminology and ideas as the antidote to purposeless discussion and the direct path to the fundamental data on which all are agreed. He places naval warfare within the larger framework of human conflict, proposing that the key to maritime dominance lies in the effective use of sea lines.

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