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In 1904, the Republican assistant secretary of the U.S. Navy, Charles H. Darling, appeared before the House Naval Affairs Committee to denounce a plan for a... 
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After World War I, the German political theorist Carl Schmitt was quick to argue that maritime warfare had helped to pioneer so-called total war, a new... 
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In his history of the war at sea, published in 1906, Vice-Admiral (ret.) Curt von Maltzahn, the former director of the German Naval War College, the... 
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In the German naval elite’s collective imagination, the United States figured as an exemplary world power. Admiral Diederichs, the chief of the German... 
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03/2012, 1, ISBN 0801450403
The decisive battle between the German and U.S. battleship fleets took place off the coast of New England. A German battle force of twenty-two battleships,... 
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Politische Vierteljahresschrift, ISSN 0032-3470, 09/2009, Volume 50, Issue 3, p. 646
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02/2012, ISBN 0801450403
This chapter examines how German and U.S. naval elites, claiming to live in a dangerous world, prepared for direct conflict between big powers over empire... 
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02/2012, ISBN 0801450403
This chapter examines the professional politics of the U.S. and German naval elites that underwrote the making of navalism as a distinct set of ideas, agendas,... 
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