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by Nicholas Tracy
Author: Nicholas Tracy
Publisher: Macmillan (1991)
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Attack on Maritime Trade. Authors: Tracy, Nicholas. This text explores the motives for attacks on maritime trade over the last five centuries and assesses the strategic utility of that form of naval action
Attack on Maritime Trade. price for USA in USD (gross). This text explores the motives for attacks on maritime trade over the last five centuries and assesses the strategic utility of that form of naval action. The author has also written "Navies, Deterrence and American Independence".
Attack on Maritime Trade book. In this study Nicholas Tracy considers the motives for attack on maritime trade, and assesses its strategic utility. He begins with a discussion of the strategi One of the key functions of Canadian armed forces in the Gulf War was the naval enforcement of the trade embargo on Iraq. Such action has been considered a critical component of international affairs for centuries.
Part 1 Development of strategic purposes for attack on maritime trade: reprisal and the laws of war at sea; low-budget navies - prize money and privateers; bullionism - the Anglo-Spanish wars; interdiction of contraband; the shadow of mercantilism; the Spanish-Dutch war; the Anglo-Dutch wars; the Anglo-French 100-year mercantilist trade war; the problem of lateral escalation, the league of armed.
Nicholas Tracy (auth. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them
Nicholas Tracy (auth. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Barriers and Fluids of the Eye and Brain.
Attack on maritime trade. Part 1 Development of strategic purposes for attack on maritime trade: reprisal and the laws of war at sea low-budget navies - prize money and privateers bullionism - the Anglo-Spanish war. More).
Mariner's Mirror, vol. 82 (1996). Nicholas Tracy is Adjunct Professor at the University of New Brunswick. Author: Nicholas Tracy. He begins with a discussion of the strategic purposes of this kind of activity, and goes on to consider its applications in the twentieth century: during the First World War, through the Belligerents’ Rights dispute and the rise of the ‘New Mercantilism,’ in trade control between the wars, and on several fronts in the Second World War.
The John Lyman Book Awards are given annually by the North American Society for Oceanic History to recognise excellence in published books making a major contribution to the study and understanding of maritime and naval history. They are named after. They are named after Professor John Lyman of the University of North Carolina. The awards are presented in six categories: Canadian naval and maritime history. History of maritime science and technology.