Cambridge Core - Military History - The Influence of Sea Power upon History, – - by A. T. Mahan. Frontmatter. pp i-ii. Access. PDF; Export citation. Alfred Thayer Mahan, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, Sea Power upon the French Revolution and Empire, , published . The Influence of Sea Power Upon History: – is a history of naval warfare published in . "Geography, technology, and British naval strategy in the dreadnought era" (PDF). Naval War College Review. 59 (3): 89– ISSN
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The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, by A. T. Mahan. No cover available. Download; Bibrec. Title: The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, Author: A. T. Mahan. Release Date: September 26, [eBook #]. The influence of sea power upon history, by Alfred Thayer Mahan, , Little, Brown edition, - 12th ed.
Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle. Mahan argued for a universal principle of concentration of powerful ships in home waters and minimized strength in distant seas, while Fisher reversed Mahan by utilizing technological change to propose submarines for defense of home waters and mobile battle cruisers for protection of distant imperial interests. The history of Sea Power is largely, though by no means solely, a narrative of contests between nations, of mutual rivalries, of violence frequently culminating in war. Theodore Roosevelt and Alfred Thayer Mahan. Theodore Roosevelt and the Great White Fleet: American Seapower Comes of Age.