HistoryofSeaPowerFinal

HistoryofSeaPowerFinal - History of Sea Power Final Wed. 18...

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History of Sea Power Final Wed. 18 June at 1300---Lag Section will be in S222 BRING YOUR COPIES OF THE TWO LOANED TEXT, AMERICA AND THE SEA   1. Concepts of Seapower. 6 Critical Elements—must be had before you a naval power o Geographic Position—physical location o o Extent of Territory—how large your country is, proportion of pop to length of coast o Population—how many sea going citizens (trained seamen) o National Character—is the country into trading and colonies or not o Character of Government—do they support maritime operations? Naval Power—Position, Bases, and the Fleet itself 2. Labor Relations in the maritime industry after WW I. 1920’s not very healthy to Navy and merchant Marine o Naval Appropriations Bill for 1921—substantially reduce naval expenditures over the next 5 years. o
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