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The Naval War of 1812 (Echo Library)

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Published by Echo Library .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Warfare & Defence,
  • Military - General,
  • History / Military / General,
  • History - Military / War

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages292
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11681725M
ISBN 101406825425
ISBN 109781406825428
OCLC/WorldCa298225222

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"During the War of the U.S. Navy came of age. In fleet actions on the lakes and single ship engagements at sea, American men of war defeated Royal Navy ships of similar force. Naval officers such as Isaac Hull, Stephen Decatur, Oliver H. Perry, David Porter and Thomas Macdonough became heroes, and their ships, Constitution, United States, Niagara, Essex, and Saratoga, symbols for an.   The Naval War of Or the History of the United States Navy during the Last War with Great Britain to Which Is Appended an Account of the Battle of New Orleans Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: Revolution to the Civil War () Subject: New Orleans, Battle of, New Orleans, La., SubjectCited by: 4. Apple Books Preview. The Naval War of Theodore Roosevelt. Publisher Description. The naval war of , The history of the United States navy during the last war with Great Britain, to which is appended an account of the battle of New Orleans. GENRE. History. RELEASED. January 1. The Naval War of Or, The History of the United States Navy During the Last War with Great Britain Theodore Roosevelt G.P. Putnam's sons, - Canada History War of - pagesReviews: 1.

  These details are not part of Lambert's book, "The Challenge: Britain against America in the Naval War of Andrew Lambert cites two books written by Howard I Chapelle, The Baltimore Clipper: Its Origin and Development, Salem, Mass., and The History of American Sailing Ships, Bonanza Books, New York, , as source s: THE NAVAL WAR OF log-book of the Frigate United States, not a fact about the fight could be gleaned. The last entry in the log on the day of the fight is ”strange sail discovered to be a frigate under English colors,”. The Naval War of or the History of the United States Navy During the Last War With Great Britain. ROOSEVELT, Theodore. Item Number: New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, First edition of Theodore Roosevelt’s uncommon first book. Octavo, original green cloth, titles the spine in gilt. Bookplate to the inner gutter, in near fine condition. In so doing the idea and the spirit of a Canadian nation was created. Using this gauge, the War of deserves to be more celebrated by our northern neighbor than in the United States. This reviewer’s first study about this war was Teddy Roosevelt’s iconic “War of ” which I read in

The Naval War of is a scholarly work of substantial merit, with dozens of credible authorities cited, including many primary source documents such as captain’s logs, official reports and state papers, although these records are almost entirely American, and thus must be scrutinized for objectivity. Roosevelt also demonstrates familiarity. As the future President's first book, The Naval War of shines as a fine example of military history. Commonly overlooked by historians to this day, the war's naval engagements form a seldom discussed history. Owing to Theodore Roosevelt's accessible style of writing, what might otherwise be a dry or ponderous subject is made exciting. About The Naval War of Published when Theodore Roosevelt was only twenty-three years old, The Naval War of was immediately hailed as a literary and scholarly triumph, and it is still considered the definitive book on the subject. It caused considerable controversy for its bold refutation of earlier accounts of the war, but its brilliant analysis and balanced tone left critics. Published when Theodore Roosevelt was only twenty-three years old, The Naval War of was immediately hailed as a literary and scholarly triumph, and it is still considered the definitive book on the subject. It caused considerable controversy for its bold refutation of earlier accounts of the war, but its brilliant analysis and balanced tone left critics floundering, changed the course of.