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Professors of War: The Naval War College & the Development of the Naval Profession
Ronald Spector. This is a study of the role of the Naval War College in the professionalization of the U.S. Navy & the effects of that process upon the shaping of naval policy from the founding of the College in 1884 to its temporary discontinuance in 1917 during World War I. The events of these early years continue to exert a profound influence on the Naval War College, & indirectly, upon the entire Navy. This study attempts to identify & explain the elements in the naval service & in American society which made possible the War College of A. T. Mahanís day & to show how the very successes of the War College in the pre-World War I period laid the foundations for the failures & inadequacies of the later years. B&W photos.
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