Cover of: The fighting admirals | Martin Stephen Read Online

The fighting admirals British admirals of the Second World War by Martin Stephen

  • 332 Want to read
  • ·
  • 0 Currently reading

Published by Naval Institute Press in Annapolis, Md .
Written in English



  • Great Britain


  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Naval operations, British,
  • Admirals -- Great Britain -- Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [218]-220) and index.

StatementMartin Stephen.
LC ClassificationsD771 .S74 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 227 p. :
Number of Pages227
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1569537M
ISBN 101557502536
LC Control Number91060982

Download The fighting admirals


Bottom line: Fighting Admirals of World War II is a concise, fact-filled book that will whet the reader's appetite for further, more in-depth information. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. J. Denver Mccune. out of 5 stars My Opinion/5(11). A good book, providing an overview of the US Navy Admirals who led Naval forces in World War 2, showing how their various personalities and interactions influenced both the ways the battles were fought and the overall course of the war/5.   Fighting Admiral: The Story of Dan Callaghan [Murphy, Francis X.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fighting Admiral: The Story of Dan Callaghan. Tuohy's "America's Fighting Admirals" follows his earlier "The Bravest Man: Richard O'Kane and the Amazing Submarine Adventures of the USS Tang". Tuohy's new book is easily one of the most readable, comprehensive and well-researched books I have seen about America's top naval leaders, their adversaries and the war at sea in World War II.

  Control of the sea was a crucial element in the outcome of World War II. The U-boat campaign almost brought Britain to her knees; the Arctic convoys were vital in keeping Russia in the war; Pearl Harbor brought America into the conflict with massive repercussions; the battle of Midway was one of the key turning points in the war. Fighting Admirals Of World War Ii book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Seapower was a crucial element in the outcome of the Sec /5. Featured Book January, "America's Fighting Admirals" Book Review by Bob Hackett "America's Fighting Admirals" by World War II Navy veteran and Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Tuohy (Zenith Press, St. Paul, MN ). Hardbound, with dust cover, retails for about $, ISBN . “The Admirals: Nimitz, Halsey, Leahy, and King--The Five-Star Admirals Who Won the War at Sea” by Walter R. Bornean A must read for those interested in WWII US Navy history. This superbly researched and well written book is both a biography of the principal US Admirals and a narrative history of their involvement in World War s:

In the final days of , Admiral William “Bull” Halsey is the Pacific theater’s most popular and colorful naval hero. After a string of victories, the “Fighting Admiral” and his thirty-thousand-man Third Fleet are charged with protecting General MacArthur’s flank during the invasion of the Philippine island of Mindoro. Fighting Admirals British Admirals of the Second World War. By Stephen, Martin , United States Naval Inst. ISBN Hardcover. "Fighting Admirals of World War II", by David Wragg, can best be described as a survey book of famous World War II Admirals. It provides just enough information to whet the reader's appetite and it has beautiful cover art. The editor failed the author on this one/5(7). Books related to Fighting Admirals of World War II. Skip this list. The Whale Has Wings Vol 2: Taranto to Singapore. David Row. $ Great Naval Blunders. Geoffrey Regan. $ H.M.S. Rodney. Iain Ballantyne. Warspite. Iain Ballantyne. Turning the Tide: Decisive Battles of the Second World War. Nigel Cawthorne. $ Bismarck.