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Naval War College Historical Monograph Series, 17. Studies the contribution of the Naval War College, especially in the presidency of Admiral Raymond Spruance, to strategic thought during the first critical postwar years-that is, between the end of the war and the formulation of Containment. This transition period is especially valuable as a window through which to explore institutions such as the College in transition from a hot war to a cold one. While seminal studies exist of the College's work in the interwar years, none have been published on this period. Winner of the North American Society for Oceanic History's John Lyman Book Award.
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- Defense Dept., Navy, Naval War College
- Friedman, Hal M.
- 2009: 404 p.; ill.
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- Naval War College Historical Monograph Series, 17Naval HistoryWorld War 2Naval War College HistoryUnited States Naval War CollegeWorld War II
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