2 edition of Sea power in the Pacific, 1936-1941 found in the catalog.
Sea power in the Pacific, 1936-1941
Werner B. Ellinger
|Statement||Werner B. Ellinger & Herbert Rosinski ; with an introd. by Edward Mead Earle.|
|Contributions||Rkosinski, Herbert, 1903-1962|
|LC Classifications||Z6835U5 E4, Z6835U5 E4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ellinger, Werner B. (Werner Bruno), Sea power in the Pacific, Sea Power in the Pacific. Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark Topics WWII, Documentary, U.S. Navy Publisher U.S.
Army. Traced in this documentary are the history and role of American sea power in the Pacific during World War II Contact Information Addeddate Color. This book ought to be required reading for every teacher of Ameri-can history. Jonas A. Jonasson Linfield College Sea Power in the Pacific, ; A Selected Bibliography of Books, Periodical Articles, and Maps from the End of the London Naval Conference to the Beginning of the War in the Pacific.
By Werner B. Ellinger and Herbert Rosinski. Ellinger and Rosinski, Sea Power in the Pacific,by Eric Barr, Hayden, The Philippines, by John W. Masland, Historical News and Comments, Sea power in the Pacific, a selected bibliography of books, periodical articles, and maps from the end of the London naval conference to the beginning of the war in the Pacific.
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