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struggle for the Mediterranean, 1939-1945
Raymond de Belot
|Statement||Translated by James A. Field, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||D770 .B453|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 287 p.|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||51012459|
Contents. Germany and the Second World War is the English translation of the series which Clarendon Press (an imprint of Oxford University Press) began publishing in By , ten of the 13 parts had been published at a rate of one every two years, although a long delay occurred between the publications of parts IX/I and IX/II after the death of the main translation editor. This book strikes me as a perfect complement for Greene and Massignani's THE NAVAL WAR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN or (so I'm told,) De Belot's THE STRUGGLE FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN The reason I say this is that things like grand strategy, economics, diplomacy, Taranto, special forces and the submarine war are mentioned in Reviews:
For a big-picture understanding of the global war, I recommend: Gerhard L. Weinberg, A World at Arms; Max Hastings, Inferno: The World at War, ; Antony Beevor, The Second World War; Williamson Murray and Allan R. Millett, A War to Be Won; Chester Wilmot, The Struggle for Europe; and Richard Overy, Why the Allies Won. Perhaps the most. The Struggle for the Mediterranean, By REAR ADMIRAL RAYMOND DE BELOT. Translated by James A. Field, Jr. Princeton, Princeton University Press, xix, pp. $ Although victory over the Axis Powers was gained in Northern Europe, the importance of the Mediterranean theater during World.
A wonderful book on a forgotten theater of the war. As a world war history major in college, i think this book is a very useful read. Most people forget about the war in the Mediterranean even though it was one of the most important theaters in the early stages of the war/5(6). Get this from a library! The bitter sea: the struggle for mastery in the Mediterranean, [S J Ball] -- "A gripping history of the Mediterranean campaigns from the first rumblings of conflict through the Second World War and into the uneasy peace of the late s. In the s the British commanded.
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Field, Jr 1939-1945 book University Press Princeton, N.J Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. O'Hara has written several books including Struggle for the Middle Sea: the Great Navies at War in the Mediterranean (Annapolis, ).
Cernuschi is a regular contributor to Rivista Marittima and Storia Militare. He has published a dozen books including Le navi da guerra italiane (Parma, ) and Domenico Cavagnari.
The Struggle in the Middle Sea is a fresh study of the Mediterranean naval war. It analyses the actions and performances of each of the five major navies, the British, Italian, French, German, and American within a chronological, operational narrative of the entire five year campaign, and examines, without partisanship, the national imperatives.
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O'Hara has written several books including "Struggle for the Middle Sea: the Great Navies at War in the Mediterranean " (Annapolis, ). Cernuschi is a regular contributor to Rivista Marittima and Storia Militare.
He has published a dozen books including "Le navi da guerra italiane " (Parma, ) and "Domenico. Few books deserve to be called 'definitive' - this is one of them."-Joseph Maiolo, author of Cry Havoc: How the Arms Race Drove the World to War "Will be prized for its concision, clarity and sound judgement, all backed by impeccable scholarship.'-Simon Ball, The Bitter Sea: The Struggle for Mastery in the Mediterranean, Naval historian Vincent P.
O'Hara, applies the methodology used in his earlier works on surface combat in the Second World War, such as The German Fleet At War, () and The U.S. Navy Against the Axis (), to the protracted naval campaign in the Mediterranean and adjacent waters. These seas were, arguably, the principal theater of the war for surface naval combat, with 55 major.
It is not a book that seeks to compete with De Belot's THE STRUGGLE FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN or Greene and Massignani's THE NAVAL WAR IN THE MEDITERRANEAN but to buttress their major points with a more tactical focus that documents the attritional aspects of the naval war in this theater.
O'Hara, Vincent P. Struggle for the Middle Sea: the Great Navies at War in the Mediterranean - (London: Conway, ) O'Hara, Vincent P. The German Fleet at War, – (Naval Institute Press, ) Paterson, Lawrence.
U-boats in the Mediterranean, –. Strangling the Axis - by Richard Hammond June "A fresh and comprehensive examination of surface combat in the Mediterranean in World War II, Struggle for the Middle Sea offers detailed accounts of the actions of the five major navies including forgotten or neglected aspects such as the Royal Navy's costly Aegean campaign and German efforts in the Adriatic, Aegean, and off the coast of.
Get this from a library. Struggle for the Middle Sea: the great navies at war in the Mediterranean theater, [Vincent P O'Hara] -- The Mediterranean Sea was the most intensely contested body of water in World War II.
As the maritime crossroads where Europe, Asia, and Africa meet, more major naval actions were fought in the. OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: pt. 1, Prelude: The road to war: -The altar of Mars --From Manchuria to Anschluss: stages of Axis aggression --The immediate causes; --pt.
2, Furor teutonicus: Hitler's days of glory: -The issues joined: Hitler strikes --From Sitzkrieg to Blitzkrieg: the collapse of France --Their finest hour: Britain.
Struggle for the Middle Sea The Great Navies at War in the Mediterranean Theater, (Book): O'Hara, Vincent P.: The Mediterranean Sea is the maritime crossroads where Europe, Asia and Africa meet.
It was the most intensely contested body of water in World War II. More major naval actions were fought in the Mediterranean than in the Atlantic or Pacific.Mediterranean Books Showing of 1, The Great Sea: A Human History of the Mediterranean (Hardcover) by. David Abulafia (shelved 15 times as mediterranean) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read.Book Reviews.
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