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  1. Maritime operations in the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905. Volume 1

    Corbett, Julian Stafford, 1854-1922
    New York : Naval Institute Press, [2015]

    Sir Julian S. Corbett, trained in law, died in 1922.Unlike Alfred Thayer Mahan, Britain's great maritime strategist Sir Julian Corbett believed that victory in war does not come simply by the exercise of sea power and that, historically, this has never been the case. Corbett's keen analysis of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 as presented in this work, along with his discussion of the pros and cons of limited conflict will be of great value to our understanding of today's limited wars. Based on intelligence material provided by the Japanese government, this work was written as an official study in the years just before World War One and classified "confidential" by the Royal Navy. The two-volume study demonstrates the lessons the war held for the future and shows the essential differences between maritime and continental warfare, while also exploring their interaction.

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  2. Maritime operations in the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905

    Corbett, Julian Stafford, 1854-1922
    Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press ; Newport, R.I. : Naval War College Press, 1994.

  3. Maritime operations in the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905

    Corbett, Julian Stafford, 1854-1922
    First Naval Institute Press Paperback edition. - Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press ; Newport, Rhode Island : Naval War College Press, 2015.

    This is the first public paperback edition of a major work by an important naval historian. It makes clear the contrast that Corbett saw between the English tradition of the broad use of history in writing on issues of naval strategy and the 19th century German tradition of more detailed and technical records of military history. It is an important study of the joint strategic issues involved in limited naval warfare, all issues for modern sailors and scholars to contemplate.Unlike Alfred Thayer Mahan, Britain's great maritime strategist Sir Julian Corbett believed that victory in war does not come simply by the exercise of sea power and that, historically, this has never been the case. Corbett's keen analysis of the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 as presented in this work, along with his discussion of the pros and cons of limited conflict will be of great value to our understanding of today's limited wars. Based on intelligence material provided by the Japanese government, this work was written as an official study in the years just before World War One and classified "confidential" by the Royal Navy. The two-volume study demonstrates the lessons the war held for the future and shows the essential differences between maritime and continental warfare, while also exploring their interaction.

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  1. Russisch-japanischer Kriegsschauplatz

    Sprigade, Paul, 1863-1928, Rux, W., and Dietrich Reimer Verlag (Berlin, Germany)
    1904

    bearbeitet v. P. Sprigade ; gezeichnet v. W. Rux. Relief shown by contours, shading, gradient titnts and spot heights. Includes inset: "√úbersichtsk...

  2. Special war map of China, Korea, and Japan

    George Philip & Son
    1904

    George Philip & Son. London & Lierpool. Relief shown by hachures. Legend includes railways (open, constructing, and surveyed), treaty ports...

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