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anatomy of British sea power.
Arthur Jacob Marder
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). InArthur J Marder published this study of the development of British seapower from to He later continued a further series of books ending at the surrender of the High Seas fleet at Scapa Flow in In this volume Marder established the format and scholarly approach that he continued later.5/5(1).
Marder: Anatomy of British Sea Power rivalry, that for the first time it approaches this cardinal issue primarily from the naval point of view; and its further merit that it does so on the solid basis of a wealth of material which makes his work probably the most richly documented naval study in existence.
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British Sea Power, –', by Margarette Lincoln. A free article from History in Focus, a website of the Institute of Historical Research (University of London). The anatomy of British sea power; a history of British naval policy in the pre-dreadnought era,Author: Arthur Jacob Marder ; Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College.
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I n three books published in, andArthur J. Marder established what became the orthodox view of the development of the British navy in the years leading up to the First World War. 1 A.J. Marder, The Anatomy of British Sea Power: A History of British Naval Policy in the Pre-Dreadnought Era, – (New York, ); idem,[Fear God and DreadNought: The].
Arthur Marder was a Guggenheim Fellow in–46, and The American Historical Association awarded him the George Louis Beer Prize in for his Harvard doctoral thesis, published as Anatomy of British Sea Power.
He was a Rockefeller Foundation Fellow in –43, American Philosophical Society Fellow in,and Published inBritish Sea Power: How Britain Became Sovereign of the Seas looks at the development of British Sea Power from AD until the late 20th century.
The great thing here is that only the last 40 pages cover the 20th century, because of a fairly even coverage.4/5.Add tags for "British naval policy, the anatomy of British sea power". Be the first.