Reevaluating Major Naval Combatants of World War II: James J. Sadkovich

ISBN: 9780313261497

Published: December 6th 1989

Hardcover

225 pages


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Reevaluating Major Naval Combatants of World War II:  by  James J. Sadkovich

Reevaluating Major Naval Combatants of World War II: by James J. Sadkovich
December 6th 1989 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 225 pages | ISBN: 9780313261497 | 9.53 Mb

This volume is the first recent work to examine the major naval combatants of World War II. Sadkovich has brought together essays by eight contributors, each an expert in his field, to reevaluate the roles and performances of the particular navies and the specific geopolitical circumstances under which they operated.

Also included is an introduction that both outlines the pre-War conditions that shaped the navies and draws comparisons between the eight combatants. Reevaluating Major Naval Combatants of World War II is a superb collection of provoactive essays on eight navies.Carl Boyd, Old Dominion UniversityThis study of World War II naval combatants, a collection of eight separate essays, developed out of the editors recognition that no recent work has attempted to evaluate the performance of the wars major naval participants.

Sadkovich commissioned an essay on each of the eight major navies involved in the war, allowing each essays author to assess the role and performance of a particular navy according to the tasks and compositions of that combatant. Although each essay mirrors the peculiarities of the navy under discussion, the common elements allow comparisons and conclusions to be drawn.The volume is devoted to the United States, Great Britain, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union.

Each essay has been written by an expert in the particular field. In addition, the editor has provided an introduction that describes the changing state of navies worldwide prior to the war and draws comparisons between the navies discussed in each essay. A selected bibliography has also been included. The book will be a noteworthy addition to both university and public libraries, and an essential source for researchers and scholars of naval history.



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