HERESIES OF SEA POWER by Fred T. Jane 1906 (warships)
HERESIES OF SEA POWER. By Fred T. Jane, Published by Longmans, Green, and Co., New York and Bombay, 1906.
An illustrated study into sea power, looking at the history of various naval wars. A work about the principle of sea power, studying examples from various wars throughout history, such as the Spanish Armada, the Russo-Japanese War, First and Second Punic Wars, Peloponnesian War, and more. Written by Fred T. Jane, the founding editor of reference books on warships and aircraft. With eight plates and twelve in-text illustrations. "Heresies of Sea Power" should be read by every serious naval professional simply to build a consciousness of all of the un-Mahan like aspects that go into the final equation for victory.
Hardcover. Navy blue with gilt title. Solid binding with clean pages & light cover wear. 9 x 5-1/2" with 341 pages including index. Maps and illustrations. Scarce!