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Sea-power

Here are entered works on long term questions of naval strength, including weapons, installations, national resources, etc., allowing a country to maintain control of the sea and the air space above. Works on the strategic and tactical employment of land or sea-based forces of a country at the time its maritime interests are threatened, so as to gain or exploit control of the sea or deny its use to the enemy, are entered under Sea control.

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  • Dominion of the sea
  • Military power
  • Naval policy
  • Navy
  • Sea, Dominion of the
  • Seapower
  • Command of the sea
Filed under: Sea-power Filed under: Sea-power -- Great Britain Filed under: Sea-power -- United States -- History -- 20th century

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Filed under: Naval history Filed under: Naval history -- 18th centuryFiled under: Naval history -- 19th century Filed under: Naval history, Modern -- 19th century -- Historiography -- CongressesFiled under: Naval history -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Buccaneers Filed under: Buccaneers -- Biography Filed under: Buccaneers -- Early works to 1800Filed under: ImpressmentFiled under: Military art and science -- HistoryFiled under: Naval battlesFiled under: Naval history, Modern

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