Sea Power

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Sea Power

By Geoffrey Drage
Murray, 1931
318 pp. $10.00

A British naval officer upholds the doctrine that Britain's proper policy is to eschew any attempt to become a military Power on the Continent and instead to make herself invincible on the seas.

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