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Crisis At Sea: The United States Navy in European Waters in World War I

(New Perspectives on Maritime History and Nautical Archaeology)

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"Crisis at Sea" is the first comprehensive history of the United States Navy in European waters during World War I. Drawing on vast American, British, German, French, and Italian sources, the author presents the U.S. Naval experience as America moved into the modern age of naval warfare. Not limited to an operations account of naval battles and strategies, this volume--the ...more
Hardcover, 768 pages
Published January 28th 2007 by University Press of Florida (first published January 28th 2006)
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William Norwood Still, Jr., is an American maritime historian, who was the first director of the program in maritime history at East Carolina University and a noted author of works on U.S. Civil War history and U.S. naval history.

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