A History of Sea Power William Oliver Stevens 1920
London Naval Conference United States. Department of State 1930
Engineering Magazine 1899
The United States Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces 1897
The Ideologies of Japanese Tea Tim Cross 2009-09-01 This provoking study of the Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu) examines the ideological foundation of its place in history and the broader context of Japanese cultural values where it has emerged as a so-called ‘quintessential’ component of the culture. Sen Soshitsu Xl argued that tea be viewed as the expression of the moral universe of the nation.
Factory and Industrial Management 1899
The Japan-Russia War Sydney Tyler 1905
1971 Ian Cardozo 2021-06-21 An under-strength Gorkha battalion undertakes the Indian Army's first heliborne operation deep behind enemy lines, defeating a Pakistani force twenty times its strength. Fighters of the Indian Air force target the Government House in Dhaka in a daring air raid, forcing the Pakistani government in Dhaka to capitulate and surrender. Four battle casualties become close friends at the Artificial Limb Centre in Pune in the war's aftermath. In this collection of true stories, decorated war veteran Major General Ian Cardozo recounts what really happened during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, piecing together every story in vivid detail through interviews with survivors and their families. The book also seeks to commemorate the lives of those who were killed and wounded in this war, which took place fifty years ago. From the tragic tale of the INS Khukri and its courageous captain, who went down with his ship, to how a battalion of the Gorkhas launched what we accept as the last khukri attack in modern military history, these stories reveal what went on in the minds of those who led their men into battle-on land, at sea and in the air.
Engineering News and American Railway Journal 1898
The Gunner's Examiner Harold Edward Cloke 1908
Collier's 1901
Britain and the Mine, 1900–1915 Richard Dunley 2018-05-03 This book examines Britain’s complex relationship with the mine in the years 1900-1915. The development of mine warfare represented a unique mix of challenges and opportunities for Britain in the years before the First World War. The mine represented the antithesis of British maritime culture in material form, and attempts were made to limit its use under international law. At the same time, mine warfare offered the Royal Navy a solution to its most difficult strategic problem. Richard Dunley explores the contested position occupied by the mine in the attitudes of British policy makers, and in doing so sheds new light on the overlapping worlds of culture, strategy and international law.
The Battle of Tsu-shima Between the Japanese and Russian Fleets Vladimir Ivanovich Semenov 1906
Engineering News 1898
Thunder Gods Hatsuho Naito 1989 Interviews with surviving kamikaze pilots outline the mindset of these volunteers and the details of the program, covering the construction of the planes, the particulars of the strategy, and the role of the emperor
Industrial Management John R. Dunlap 1899
The Imperial Japanese Navy Frederick Thomas Jane 1904
Munsey's Magazine for ... 1902
Imperial Russian Navy Frederick Thomas Jane 1899
Japan Weekly Mail 1900
The Battle of Tsu- Shima Captain Vladimir Semenoff 2019-02-26 This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
The Oxford History of World Cinema Geoffrey Nowell-Smith 1997 Featuring nearly three thousand film stills, production shots, and other illustrations, an authoritative history of the cinema traces the development of the medium, its filmmakers and stars, and the evolution of national cinemas around the world
The Shipbuilder and Marine Engine-builder 1928
Engineering 1900
Sunburst Mark Peattie 2013-09-02 This acclaimed sequel to the Peattie/Evans prizewinning work, Kaigun, illuminates the rise of Japanese naval aviation from its genesis in 1909 to its thunderbolt capability on the eve of the Pacific war. In the process of explaining the navy s essential strengths and weaknesses, the book provides the most detailed account available in English of Japan s naval air campaign over China from 1937 to 1941. A final chapter analyzes the utter destruction of Japanese naval air power by 1944.
The Engineer 1900
The Cruel Birth of Bangladesh Archer K. Blood 2002 An account of political events prior to the creation of Bangladesh; covers the 1970-1971 period.
The Romance of the Milky Way Lafcadio Hearn 2020-07-29 Reproduction of the original: The Romance of the Milky Way by Lafcadio Hearn
Engineers' Gazette Annual, Almanac, Diary and Log 1900
Transition to Guardianship: The Indian Navy 1991–2000 Vice Admiral GM Hiranandani
The Valor of Ignorance Homer Lea 1909
Kamikaze Attacks of World War II Robin L. Rielly 2010 "This book details more than 400 kamikaze attacks performed by Japanese aircraft, manned torpedoes, suicide boats and suicide swimmers against U.S. ships during World War II. Part One focuses on the traditions, development and history. Part Two details the kamikaze attacks on ships. Appendices list all of the U.S. ships suffering kamikaze attacks"--Provided by publisher.
The Tide at Sunrise Denis Warner 2002 The Russo-Japanese War was fought in the waters of the Yellow Sea and the Straits of Tsushima that divide Japan from Korea, and in the mountains of Manchuria, borrowed without permission from China. It was the first war to be fought with modern weapons. The Japanese had fought the Chinese at sea in 1894 and had gained a foothold in Manchuria by taking control of Port Authur. In 1895, however, Japan was forced to abandon its claims by the Russian fleet's presence in the Straits of Tsushima. Tsar Nicholas had obtained a window to the East for his empire and Japan had been humiliated. Tensions between the two countries would rise inexorably over the next decade. Around the world, no one doubted that little Japan would be no match for the mighty armies of Tsar Nicholas II. Yet Russia was in an advanced state of decay, the government corrupt and its troops inept and demoralized. Japan, meanwhile, was emerging from centuries of feudal isolation and becoming an industrial power, led by zealous nationalist warlords keen to lead the Orient to victory over the oppressive West. From the opening surprise attack on the Russian fleet at Port Authur in 1904, the Japanese out-fought and out-thought the Russians. This is a definitive account of one of the pivotal conflicts of the twentieth century whose impact was felt around the world.
The Institution of Naval Architects, 1860-1960 Kenneth C. Barnaby 1960
Imperial Japanese Navy Battleships 1941-45 Mark Stille 2012-05-20 The Imperial Japanese Navy of World War II surpassed the Allied and Axis fleets in innovation and technology. This title covers the 12 Japanese battleships that saw service between 1941 and 1945, including the mighty Yamato. Each class is considered in light of its design and construction, its armament and wartime modifications. The author, Mark Stille, uses primary sources and dramatic photographs to tell the story of these mighty battleships at war, including their major engagements during the raid at Pearl Harbor and the battle of Midway. The first English language book to include photographs from the prestigious Fukui Collection, this investigation will fascinate any naval enthusiast.
Scientific American 1904 Monthly magazine devoted to topics of general scientific interest.
The Japan Daily Mail 1900
Indian and Eastern Motors 1914 Vol. 29, no. 8-37, no. 7 (Aug., 1937-July, 1944) include the section: Aviation.
Munsey's Magazine 1902
Russian Battleship vs Japanese Battleship Robert Forczyk 2013-09-20 The first major clash between a European and Asian state in the modern era signalled the beginning of Japan's rise as a major power on the world stage. Watched by the rest of the world's superpowers, this incredibly violent war was disastrous for the Russians who, despite their superior numbers, were defeated by the Japanese underdogs in a spectacular fashion.The key technical elements of firepower, protection, maneuverability and communications for each side are covered in detail and accompanied by first-hand accounts and specially commissioned artwork to explain and illustrate this historically significant duel.

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