Quantity: 1 available
xiv + 315 pp., 16 pp. glossy black and white photographs tipped in, bibliography, maps, index. Red boards with white lettering. Spine somewhat slanted, corners a bit bumped, shallow indent along top back edge. DJ has two small chips along top edge, small closed tear along bottom edge, and 3" tear along back flap from the bottom. Overall a nice copy.
"Americans . . . are often unaware of a greater danger: the Russians' determined drive to become masters of the sea on which America's very life depends."
Eller traces the growth of American sea power from World War II (where the Navy emerged as the preeminent power in the world) through Korea and Vietnam. He also charts the Soviet drive to counter the U.S. Navy and take their place as a first class naval power in their own right. It is a recurring theme throughout world history, whenever there is a dominent nation (on sea or land) that others strive to catch up with. We know the initial outcomes of the Cold War, but how will this same theme play out for current and future generations?; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall
Title: The Soviet Sea Challenge: The Struggle for Control of the World's Oceans
Categories: Military History,
Publisher: Chicago, Cowles Book Company, Inc.: 1971
Book Condition: Very Good in Good+ dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 006174
Keywords: Miliatary History World History Soviet Navy Red Navy U. S. Navy Cold War Naval Strategy Blue Water Navy American Sea Power Projecting Sea Power