Forging the trident : Theodore Roosevelt and the United States Navy / edited by John B. Hattendorf and William P. Leeman.
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|Gettysburg Library||359 FORGING (Text)||35740635688427||New Nonfiction||Checked Out||02/02/2021|
|This book is donated in memory of George Thorsen by Maryan & Curt -- Un Verdadero Amigo (A True Friend)|
- ISBN: 9781682475348
- ISBN: 1682475344
- Physical Description: x, 293 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Annapolis, Maryland : Naval Institute Press, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction: Theodore Roosevelt, the Navy, and Newport / John B. Hattendorf -- An Indissoluble Union: Theodore Roosevelt, James Bulloch, and the Politics of Reconciliation / Sarah Goldberger -- The War of 1812: Historical Justification for Roosevelt's Naval Advocacy / Kevin D. McCranie -- A Tempest in the Navy Department: Theodore Roosevelt as Assistant Secretary of the Navy / Edward J. Marolda -- From Knowledge, Sea Power: Theodore Roosevelt, Naval Education, and the New Navy / William P. Leeman -- "A Higher Standard of Proficiency": Theodore Roosevelt and the U.S. Naval Officer Corps / Jon Scott Logel -- Facilitator, Mediator, Dabbler: Theodore Roosevelt and Technological Innovation in the U.S. Navy / Matthew Oyos -- Checking the Wake While Looking Beyond the Horizon: President Theodore Roosevelt and "Our Navy, Peacemaker" / David Kohnen -- Useful Allies: Theodore Roosevelt's Secretaries of the -- Navy and America's Naval Ascendancy / Branden Little -- Why Deterrence Failed: The Imperial Japanese Navy, Strategic Memes, and the Great White Fleet / James R. Holmes -- "To Profit by the Lessons of History": Heritage, Modernity, and Rooseveltian Navalism, 1907-1909 / Jason W. Smith -- Legacy: The Influence of Theodore Roosevelt on Franklin D. Roosevelt's Career and Worldview / Craig L. Symonds.
"Although Theodore Roosevelt has been the subject of numerous books, there has not been a single volume that traces Roosevelt's interaction with the U.S. Navy from his work as a naval historian in the 1880s through his leadership of the Navy as president in the early twentieth century. The editors of this volume fill in this gap in the historical literature."--Back cover.
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