A Layman's Guide to Naval Strategy

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A Layman's Guide to Naval Strategy

By Bernard Brodie
Princeton University Press, 1942
291 pp. $2.50

This is just the book for armchair admirals. In simple language, and with the help of a number of sketch-maps, it explains the rôle, the strategy, the tactics and the weapons of modern naval warfare.

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