THE DESTINY OF SEA POWER by John Phillips Cranwell

THE DESTINY OF SEA POWER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

By ""sea power"" Cranwell, chronicler of Men of Marque, Spoilers of the Sea, means control of commerce, here discussed in relation to air power and mechanized land power. He still feels that sea power is all important as guide and model, shows how important aircraft has proved against seacraft, how inadequate as a substitute for cargo carriers. diagnosis fully backed by details on new types of ships, planes, tanks, etc. Good reading for men largely.

Pub Date: Nov. 25th, 1941
Publisher: Norton