Naval History The Sixth Symposium of the U.S. Naval Academy

By: Daniel M. Masterson

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Fine Condition Original Hardcover Clean NOT a library copy Large Green cloth. Twenty nine essays on naval history, "The Logistics of the Anglo-Saxon Invasion" by Michael E.Jones on the capacity of the Saxon ships to carry warriors and or families to discuss was Romano Britain invaded as Gildas says or piece meal? Also "Contingency Planning and the Defeat of the Spanish Armada" The unseen war won by logistics and "Early Carrier Raids during World War II" Edwin Layton and Papers of John Paul Jones" Twenty five more essays! Fine collectible condition hardcover. First Edition.

Title: Naval History The Sixth Symposium of the U.S. Naval Academy

Author Name: Daniel M. Masterson

Categories: Arthurian Legend, Norse/Anglo Saxon/ Middle English/ Elizabethan/German, Medieval and Early Medieval, General /Poetry/Music/Food/Travel/Art/Theatre/Fiction,

Publisher: Wilmington, Delaware, Scholarly Resources: March 1987

ISBN Number: 0842022783

ISBN Number 13: 9780842022781

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 016993

Keywords: romano britain arthurian navy prydwen saxon keels john paul jones gildas keels bede roman britain arthurian history spanish armada pacific carrier raids leyte gulf battle coral sea british navy war of 1823 schooners michael e. jones,