2 edition of The English admirals found in the catalog.
The English admirals
|Statement||by Robert Louis Stevenson. together with England"s forgotten worthies ; by James Anthony Froude ; edited by Richard Wilson.|
|Series||King"s treasuries of literature|
|Contributions||Froude, James Anthony, 1818-1894., Wilson, Richard.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p.,  leaf of plates (front.) :|
|Number of Pages||190|
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At the head of the charge for increased American naval power was the thirty-eight-year-old assistant secretary of the navy, who had cut his big teeth on sea power by writing a history of the U. I believe I'm the first baronet of Wychecombe who has been obliged to make a will! Sir Wycherly had once been a member of Parliament, and only once. He was anxious to return stateside, particularly when he found officers a year his junior being rotated home.
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Wychecombe, the young officer who led in that gallant attack? At feet in length, with a beam of 69 feet and a displacement of 10, tons, the ship was a beefy platform for a dazzling array of firepower, including two inch guns each in the main fore and after turrets.
Never mind, Wycherly, you behaved like a father to us all. The Nimitzes traced their heritage back to a long line of Germanic warriors. They were granted immediate leave before reporting back to Annapolis to start their second year. This includes the major Army generals, McArthur, Marshall, Eisenhower, as well as the lesser admirals of the Pacific War including Spruance, Fletcher, McCain As this book looks more at the strategy of the war, Borneman does skimp on the descriptions of the battles that were fought, esp Coral Sea and Midway.
Chester and Anna were married in Marchbut within a year Anna went from bride to wife to widow and mother. I scarce know what has come over me, this morning; but I've not had the command of my limbs as in common.
The cherry trees—a gift from the people of Japan—surrounding the Tidal Basin and the nearly completed Jefferson Memorial are also stark and black in the low-angled December sun.
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Smoking was strictly forbidden at the academy, although many sneaked habitual cigarettes—a practice that in time would fill the wardrooms of navy ships throughout the world with a blue haze. Wychecombe has always belonged to Englishmen.
This changed with the presidential election of Its service was mostly garrison duty around New Orleans and Mobile, Alabama, far from the major campaigns of the war.
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As Augusta rides gently at its buoy, King spends the morning writing a batch of letters. All right reserved. They tell me poor Charles never spoke after he was shot; but I dare say, did we know the truth, he regretted sincerely that he never married.
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