Life and Letters of Rear Admiral Stephen B. Luce, Founder of the Naval War College
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G.P. Putnamís Sons, NY. Admiral Luce was the first in any navy to recognize that war at sea is a game of science as well as skill, and that it was essential for a sea officer to be familiar with tactics in order to carry on successfully a campaign on the ocean. 16 illustrations. He served a a junior officer in the Civil War. Very good copy of the first edition in a fair dust jacket protected by mylar. Very bright gilting on the spine, front cover and page tops. The dust jacket has chipping and edge wear. 381 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 40943
Title: Life and Letters of Rear Admiral Stephen B. ...
Publication Date: 1925
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
Edition: 1st Edition
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