This book gathers together various lectures that Mahan delivered between 1887 and 1911 at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. In this comprehensive work, Mahan provides a detailed review of the principles of naval strategy and explores a multitude of historical examples to illustrate and support these principles. Naval Strategy remains a classic work on operational warfare at sea from the father of modern naval thought.



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