War, Strategy, and Maritime Power

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War, Strategy, and Maritime Power

Edited by B. Mitchell Simpson III
Rutgers University Press, 1977
350 pp. $19.50

A collection of 19 essays and lectures originally delivered at the U.S. Naval War College between 1952 and 1974. Overwhelmingly historical, the articles address the nature and purpose of war, strategy, the influence of technology, and several cold war case studies. The most provocative essay is by Vice Admiral John Lee, sketching alternative U.S. military roles in a period of resource scarcity.

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