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THE GREAT WALL AT SEA: CHINA'S NAVY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Author: Cole, B.D.

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Naval Institute Press 2010 Hardback 228mm x 156mm 416 pages 22 photos.

THE GREAT WALL AT SEA: CHINA'S NAVY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

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On the US Navy’s Professional Reading List. A comprehensive description of China’s naval establishment including its personnel system ships submarines and aircraft. Bernard Cole takes a comprehensive look at China’s Navy a Navy that continues to grow while the U.S. Navy shrinks. Of particular note according to the author is Beijing’s increased attention to guarding its vital sea lanes because of the nation’s growing dependence on maritime trade especially energy supplies. He provides a thorough description of China’s naval establishment including its personnel system followed by a detailed view of its ships submarines and aircraft all marked by technical sophistication and capability as China reaches the top rank of the world’s maritime powers His evaluation is based on extensive interviews with Chinese and other naval experts in-depth perusal of original documents and visits to Chinese warships training facilities and shore establishments. Great Wall at Sea is on the U.S. Navy's Professional Reading List. About the Author: Bernard D. Cole is a professor at the National War College in Washington DC. The author of two other books he was a surface warfare officer in the U.S. Navy for thirty years.

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Author Cole, B.D.
Publisher Naval Institute Press
ISBN 9781591141426
Date of Publication 2010
Edition 2nd ed.
Binding Hardback
Book Size 228mm x 156mm
Number of pages 416
Images 22 photos
Language English Text
SKU MBN12887

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