The naval aristocracy : the golden age of Annapolis and the emergence of modern American navalism / Peter Karsten.


London : Collier-Macmillan, [1972] .

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Subjects Armed Forces -- Officers.
United States. Navy -- Officers.
United States. Navy.
Description xv, 462 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
[1972]
©1972
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-439) and indexes.
Contents Part One. The Naval Aristocracy: A Composite Portrait. Where they came from : the social origins of he naval aristocracy -- The education of the naval officer -- Naval life and society -- What they did : the navy's role in diplomacy -- Why they did it : the naval mind -- Part Two. The Ideological Roots of Modern Navalism. Career anxiety and the "new navy" : the 1880s -- Mahan reconsidered -- Victory : the new navalism -- A summing-up and some final observations.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)286891
(OCoLC)ocm00286891
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WorldCat Identities Karsten, Peter.
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