COMMAND OF THE SEA: HISTORY & STRATEGY of MARITIME EMPIRES
by Clark G Reynolds
- Fine/Near Fine
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
West Vancouver, British Columbia
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This is a first edition of Command of the Sea: The History and Strategy of Maritime Empires, by the American naval warfare historian Clark G Reynolds (1939-2005).
From one review: "This is how the world works - as the Phoenicians transporting good across the Aegean, they brought ideas, religions, and parts of other societies with them...and all protected by the navies of those city-states with whom they traded. It worked then, it worked for the Brits, and it works for us now.
A must-read for everyone involved in international politics and international trade."
This is a big thick book--642 pages.
This copy is in near-mint condition. Its only flaw is some yellowing to the dust jacket.
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- Vancouver Bookseller (CA)
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- COMMAND OF THE SEA: HISTORY & STRATEGY of MARITIME EMPIRES
- Clark G Reynolds
- Book condition
- Used - Fine
- Jacket condition
- Near Fine
- Quantity available
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Place of Publication
- United Kingdom
- Date Published
- maritime history, military strategy, naval strategy
- Bookseller catalogs
- Military History; British History; American History; World History; Maritime, Ships, Boats;
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