Two Essays On Military History, Strategy, and Tactics: Mountain Warfare (1909) And Naval Strategy (1917) Free Audiobook Download

Two Essays On Military History, Strategy, and Tactics: Mountain Warfare (1909) And Naval Strategy (1917) by Various.
Read in English by David Wales
One essay (1909) lays out tactics for mountain fighting, focused on British Army experience on the Indian frontier (Afghanistan), penned by a British officer who fought in that conflict, Wilkinson Dent Bird. The other essay (1917) focuses on the British navy in World War I written by an author who specialized in British naval strategy and history, John Leyland. – Summary by david wales

01 – Mountain Warfare: Some principles of frontier mountain warfare; General considerations; Some strength and organization of columns; Marches and protection
02 – Mountain Warfare: Action of the advanced and rear-guards, and of road picquets; Attack and defense
03 – Mountain Warfare: Camps; Protection of line of communication; Defence of post
04 – British Navy: Duties and responsibilities of the sea service
05 – British Navy: The centre of sea-power
06 – British Navy: Sweeping the enemy from the oceans
07 – British Navy: The grasp of the Mediterranean: Sea and land power
08 – British Navy: Dealing with the submarines; The navy and the mine
09 – British Navy: The navy and army transport; The navy that flies
10 – British Navy: Officers and men of the navy; What the British navy is and what it fights for
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