The Victory At Sea
by William Sowden Sims
Publisher: John Murray 1920
Number of pages: 352
This is an authoritative, summarized accounting with illustrations and maps of U.S. naval operations during the First World War. It is a 'must' for any naval historian, research scholar, coalition military tactician, including naval learning centers.
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