4 edition of American battleship at peace and war found in the catalog.
American battleship at peace and war
Jonathan G. Utley
Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-142) and index.
|Other titles||U.S.S. Tennessee|
|Statement||Jonathan G. Utley.|
|Series||Modern war studies|
|LC Classifications||VA65.T4 U84 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv,146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||90023002|
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At Surigao Straits, in Octoberthe Tennessee and seven elderly colleagues destroyed a Japanese fleet in what proved to be the world's last battleship action. Utley has given us a history of the ship, the era in which it served, and the story of sailors who sailed on the ship in war and : Jonathan G.
Utley. An American battleship at peace and war: the U.S.S. Tennessee. [Jonathan G Utley] -- Presents an intimate history of The Big T from its launching in as the world's most powerful fighting ship through her survival at Pearl Harbor and service in WWII.
The Battleship Book is a wide-ranging primer on the subject of battleships, battle cruisers, near-battleships, and quasi-battleships.
The battleships and their kin were versatile in their time, culminating in the shore-bombardment role for U.S. ships in the final decades of the dreadnought era. The era is now over/5(28). Click to read more about An American Battleship at Peace and War: The U.S.S. Tennessee (Modern War Studies) by Jonathan G.
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Battleship at War book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. While other battleships like the Missouri, North Carolina, and New Jersey were preserved and have become major tourist destinations, the Washington, sadly, was scrapped/5. The USS Washington was in a bit of an odd place historically.
It was a battleship in what would prove to be a carrier war, so its prestige status in the fleet was cut short of its designers aspirations as soon as its brethren were settling on the silt in Pearl Harbor/5(22). Books shelved as battleship-history: Battleship by Peter Padfield, USS New Mexico (BB): The Queen's Story In The Words Of Her Men by John C.
Driscoll. With the Battle of Jutland in the only real naval showdown of the war--the ineffectiveness of the battleship as the pre-eminent weapon of war was made abundantly clear: the German navy scored on only hits out of 3, heavy shells fired while the British had an even more dismal showing out of 4, or a hit ratio of %.Cited by: About the Author.
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Two American-built pre-dreadnought battleships, USS Mississippi (BB) and her sister USS Idaho (BB), were sunk in by German bombers during their World War II invasion of Greece. The ships had been sold to Greece inbecoming Kilkis and Lemnos : Waterline belt thickness.
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This new edition of a scholarly classic covers the entire span of the American naval experience from the Revolution to the present. It emphasizes naval politics, policies, and technology over battles. Attention is paid to the use of the navy as a diplomatic instrument in peace- and war-time/5.
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Even worse, the true attacker is an alien armed force and only one old battleship can stop them/10(K).
Sold for scrap 24 Mar USS Virginia (BB 13) 7 May / 13 Aug Transferred to Army; sunk by bombing off Diamond Shoals, N.C., 5 Sep USS Nebraska (BB 14) 1 Jul /. Zumwalt Destroyer is going out for sea trials. America’s Most Futuristic Warship Is Boldly Going Out To Sea.
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Within each of these periods, the author examines advancements battleships received in propulsion plants, fuel, armor, main and secondary guns, communication, underwater protection, anti-aircraft weaponry, and fire control. USS Maine was a United States Navy ship that sank in Havana Harbor in Februarycontributing to the outbreak of the Spanish–American War in April.
American newspapers, engaging in yellow journalism to boost circulation, claimed that the Spanish were responsible for the ship's destruction. The phrase "Remember the Maine. To hell with Spain!" became a Speed: knots ( km/h; mph).
List of American Battleships: Ironclad Coastal battleships: USS Texas () Battleship - http:/.Wikimedia Commons has media related to World War II battleships of the United States. This category is for battleships designed, built, or operated by the United States during World War II (–).
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