Some Principles of Maritime Strategy
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Some Principles of Maritime Strategy

By Sir Julian Stafford Corbett
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  • Some principles of maritime strategy
    • LONDON          1911.
    • CONTENTS
      • INTRODUCTION
      • PART I. THEORY OF WAR
      • PART II. THEORY OF NAVAL WAR
      • PART III. CONDUCT OF NAVAL WAR
    • INTRODUCTION
    • PART I. THEORY OF WAR
    • PART II. THEORY OF NAVAL WAR
    • PART III. CONDUCT OF NAVAL WAR
  • INTRODUCTION
    • The Theoretical Study of War—Its Use and Limitations
      • PART ONE
    • PART ONE
  • THEORY OF WAR
    • CHAPTER ONE
    • THE THEORY OF WAR
      • CHAPTER TWO
    • CHAPTER TWO
    • NATURES OF WARS— OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
      • CHAPTER THREE
    • CHAPTER THREE
    • NATURES OF WARS— LIMITED AND UNLIMITED
      • CHAPTER FOUR
    • CHAPTER FOUR
    • LIMITED WAR AND MARITIME EMPIRES—
      • Development of Clausewitz's and Jomini's Theory of a Limited Territorial Object, and Its Application to Modern Imperial Conditions
      • CHAPTER FIVE
    • Development of Clausewitz's and Jomini's Theory of a Limited Territorial Object, and Its Application to Modern Imperial Conditions
    • CHAPTER FIVE
    • WARS OF INTERVENTION—LIMITED INTERFERENCE IN UNLIMITED WAR
      • CHAPTER SIX
    • CHAPTER SIX
    • CONDITIONS OF STRENGTH IN LIMITED WAR
    • PART TWO
  • THEORY OF NAVAL WAR
    • CHAPTER ONE
    • THEORY OF THE OBJECT—COMMAND OF THE SEA
      • CHAPTER TWO
    • CHAPTER TWO
    • THEORY OF THE MEANS—THE CONSTITUTION OF FLEETS
      • CHAPTER THREE
    • CHAPTER THREE
    • THEORY OF THE METHOD—CONCENTRATION AND DISPERSAL OF FORCE
    • PART THREE
  • CONDUCT OF NAVAL WAR
    • CHAPTER ONE
    • INTRODUCTORY
      • I. INHERENT DIFFERENCES IN THE CONDITIONS OF WAR ON LAND AND ON SEA
      • II. TYPICAL FORMS OF NAVAL OPERATIONS
      • CHAPTER TWO
    • I. INHERENT DIFFERENCES IN THE CONDITIONS OF WAR ON LAND AND ON SEA
    • II. TYPICAL FORMS OF NAVAL OPERATIONS
    • CHAPTER TWO
    • METHODS OF SECURING COMMAND
      • I. ON OBTAINING A DECISION
      • II. BLOCKADE
      • CHAPTER THREE
    • I. ON OBTAINING A DECISION
    • II. BLOCKADE
    • CHAPTER THREE
    • METHODS OF DISPUTING COMMAND
      • I. DEFENSIVE FLEET OPERATIONS—"A FLEET IN BEING"
      • II. MINOR COUNTER-ATTACKS
      • CHAPTER FOUR
    • I. DEFENSIVE FLEET OPERATIONS—"A FLEET IN BEING"
    • II. MINOR COUNTER-ATTACKS
    • CHAPTER FOUR
    • METHODS OF EXERCISING COMMAND
      • I. DEFENCE AGAINST INVASION
      • II. ATTACK AND DEFENCE OF TRADE
      • III. ATTACK, DEFENCE, AND SUPPORT OF MILITARY EXPEDITIONS
      • APPENDIX
    • I. DEFENCE AGAINST INVASION
    • II. ATTACK AND DEFENCE OF TRADE
    • III. ATTACK, DEFENCE, AND SUPPORT OF MILITARY EXPEDITIONS
    • APPENDIX
    • THE "GREEN PAMPHLET"
    • WAR COURSE
    • Strategical Terms and Definitions used in Lectures on Naval History
      • BY
      • JULIAN S. CORBETT, ESQ., L.L.M.
      • NAVAL STRATEGY
        • OBJECTS.
        • NATURE OF OBJECT
        • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEFENSIVE.
        • OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS USED WITH A DEFENSIVE INTENTION
        • NATURE OF ULTERIOR OBJECT
        • SYSTEM OF OPERATIONS
        • OBJECTIVE
        • LINES OF OPERATION
        • LINES OF COMMUNICATION
        • MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
      • OBJECTS.
      • NATURE OF OBJECT
      • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEFENSIVE.
      • OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS USED WITH A DEFENSIVE INTENTION
      • NATURE OF ULTERIOR OBJECT
      • SYSTEM OF OPERATIONS
      • OBJECTIVE
      • LINES OF OPERATION
      • LINES OF COMMUNICATION
      • MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
      • NAVAL STRATEGY CONSIDERED AS A QUESTION OF PASSAGE AND COMMUNICATION
        • COMMAND OF THE SEA
        • VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF COMMAND
        • COMMAND IN DISPUTE
        • SHOULD COMMAND OF THE SEA ALWAYS BE THE PRIMARY OBJECT?
        • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL
        • BLOCKADE
        • GENERAL RULES FOR CONDUCTING BLOCKADES
        • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
        • FINAL NOTE
      • COMMAND OF THE SEA
      • VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF COMMAND
      • COMMAND IN DISPUTE
      • SHOULD COMMAND OF THE SEA ALWAYS BE THE PRIMARY OBJECT?
      • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL
      • BLOCKADE
      • GENERAL RULES FOR CONDUCTING BLOCKADES
      • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
      • FINAL NOTE
    • BY
    • JULIAN S. CORBETT, ESQ., L.L.M.
    • NAVAL STRATEGY
      • OBJECTS.
      • NATURE OF OBJECT
      • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEFENSIVE.
      • OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS USED WITH A DEFENSIVE INTENTION
      • NATURE OF ULTERIOR OBJECT
      • SYSTEM OF OPERATIONS
      • OBJECTIVE
      • LINES OF OPERATION
      • LINES OF COMMUNICATION
      • MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • OBJECTS.
    • NATURE OF OBJECT
    • GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DEFENSIVE.
    • OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS USED WITH A DEFENSIVE INTENTION
    • NATURE OF ULTERIOR OBJECT
    • SYSTEM OF OPERATIONS
    • OBJECTIVE
    • LINES OF OPERATION
    • LINES OF COMMUNICATION
    • MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • NAVAL STRATEGY CONSIDERED AS A QUESTION OF PASSAGE AND COMMUNICATION
      • COMMAND OF THE SEA
      • VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF COMMAND
      • COMMAND IN DISPUTE
      • SHOULD COMMAND OF THE SEA ALWAYS BE THE PRIMARY OBJECT?
      • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL
      • BLOCKADE
      • GENERAL RULES FOR CONDUCTING BLOCKADES
      • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
      • FINAL NOTE
    • COMMAND OF THE SEA
    • VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF COMMAND
    • COMMAND IN DISPUTE
    • SHOULD COMMAND OF THE SEA ALWAYS BE THE PRIMARY OBJECT?
    • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL
    • BLOCKADE
    • GENERAL RULES FOR CONDUCTING BLOCKADES
    • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • FINAL NOTE
    • WAR COURSE
    • Notes on Strategy
      • PART ONE
      • GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS
        • INTRODUCTORY
        • MAJOR AND MINOR STRATEGY
        • OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
        • LIMITED AND UNLIMITED WARS
        • PLANS OF WAR
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • MAJOR AND MINOR STRATEGY
      • OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
      • LIMITED AND UNLIMITED WARS
      • PLANS OF WAR
    • PART ONE
    • GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DEFINITIONS
      • INTRODUCTORY
      • MAJOR AND MINOR STRATEGY
      • OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
      • LIMITED AND UNLIMITED WARS
      • PLANS OF WAR
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • MAJOR AND MINOR STRATEGY
    • OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE
    • LIMITED AND UNLIMITED WARS
    • PLANS OF WAR
    • PART TWO
      • NAVAL STRATEGY CONSIDERED AS A QUESTION OF PASSAGE AND COMMUNICATION
        • NAVAL STRATEGY DEFINED
        • COMMAND OF THE SEA
        • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL.
        • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
      • NAVAL STRATEGY DEFINED
      • COMMAND OF THE SEA
      • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL.
      • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • NAVAL STRATEGY CONSIDERED AS A QUESTION OF PASSAGE AND COMMUNICATION
      • NAVAL STRATEGY DEFINED
      • COMMAND OF THE SEA
      • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL.
      • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • NAVAL STRATEGY DEFINED
    • COMMAND OF THE SEA
    • METHODS OF SECURING CONTROL.
    • THE PECULIARITY OF MARITIME COMMUNICATIONS
    • INDEX
    • Footnotes.
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