Annual reports of the Navy Department

Annual reports of the Navy Department  Author United States. Navy Dept
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3018636
Release 1855
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1897/98, [v.2], "Appendix to the Report of the chief of the Bureau of navigation" contains correspondence and documents relating to the conduct of the war with Spain, collected, arranged and edited by Ensign H. H. Ward, under the direction of the bureau



Annual Reports of the Navy Department for the Fiscal Year

Annual Reports of the Navy Department for the Fiscal Year    Author United States. Navy Dept
ISBN-10 PSU:000018427295
Release 1923
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1897/98, [v.2], "Appendix to the Report of the chief of the Bureau of navigation" contains correspondence and documents relating to the conduct of the war with Spain, collected, arranged and edited by Ensign H. H. Ward, under the direction of the bureau



Annual report of the Secretary of the Navy

Annual report of the Secretary of the Navy Author United States. Navy Dept
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105019656763
Release 1933
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Annual report of the Auditor for the Navy Department for the fiscal year ended

Annual report of the Auditor for the Navy Department for the fiscal year ended    Author United States. Auditor for Navy Dept
ISBN-10 UIUC:30112106761288
Release 1920
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Annual Reports of the Navy Department for the Year 1898

Annual Reports of the Navy Department for the Year 1898 Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:561378802
Release 1898
Pages 740
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Annual Report of the Naval Observatory

Annual Report of the Naval Observatory Author United States Naval Observatory
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105126816656
Release 1884
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy Author United States. Navy Department
ISBN-10 OCLC:19653808
Release 1873
Pages 628
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Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy 1919

Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy 1919 Author United States. Navy department
ISBN-10 OCLC:822727764
Release 1920
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Annual report of the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance to the Secretary of the Navy

Annual report of the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance to the Secretary of the Navy Author Ordnance Bureau (Navy Department).
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105113776061
Release 1908
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Annual Report of the Commandant to the Secretary of the Navy

Annual Report of the     Commandant     to the Secretary of the Navy Author United States. Marine Corps
ISBN-10 UOM:39015073463088
Release 1918
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American War Plans 1890 1939

American War Plans  1890 1939 Author Steven T. Ross
ISBN-10 9781135291419
Release 2013-09-13
Pages 220
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By the close of the 19th century, the United States was no longer a continental power, but had become a nation with interests that spanned the globe from the Caribbean to China. Consequently, the country faced a new set of strategic concerns, ranging from enforcing the Monroe Doctrine to defending the Philippines. As a result of the United States' new geostrategic environment, the armed services had to establish a system for the creation of war plans to defend the country's interests against possible foreign aggression. A Joint Army and Navy Board, established in 1903, ordered the creation of war plans to deal with real and potential threats to American security. Each major country was assigned a colour: Germany was Black, Great Britain Red, Japan Orange, Mexico Green and China Yellow. War plans were then devised in case Washington decided to use force against these or other powers.



Semper Fidelis

Semper Fidelis Author Allan Reed Millett
ISBN-10 9780029215968
Release 1991
Pages 845
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Traces the history of the Marine Corps from the American Revolution to the present and reveals how the force has adapted to changing times.



Patterns of Empire

Patterns of Empire Author Julian Go
ISBN-10 9781139503396
Release 2011-09-30
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Patterns of Empire comprehensively examines the two most powerful empires in modern history: the United States and Britain. Challenging the popular theory that the American empire is unique, Patterns of Empire shows how the policies, practices, forms and historical dynamics of the American empire repeat those of the British, leading up to the present climate of economic decline, treacherous intervention in the Middle East and overextended imperial confidence. A critical exercise in revisionist history and comparative social science, this book also offers a challenging theory of empire that recognizes the agency of non-Western peoples, the impact of global fields and the limits of imperial power.



Annual Report of the Surgeon General U S Navy to the Secretary of the Navy Concerning Statistics of Diseases and Injuries in the United States Navy for the Calendar Year 1937

Annual Report of the Surgeon General  U S  Navy     to the Secretary of the Navy Concerning Statistics of Diseases and Injuries in the United States Navy for the Calendar Year 1937 Author United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
ISBN-10 OCLC:82796039
Release 1939
Pages 207
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Colonial Dis Ease

Colonial Dis Ease Author Anne Perez Hattori
ISBN-10 0824828089
Release 2004-01
Pages 239
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A variety of cross-cultural collisions and collusions resulted from the US Navy's introduction of Western health and sanitation practices to Guam's native population. Anne Perez Hattori examines early 20th- century US military colonialism.



Annual Report of the Secretary of War

Annual Report of the Secretary of War Author United States. War Dept
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105009853271
Release 1918
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Whips to Walls

Whips to Walls Author Rodney Watterson
ISBN-10 9781612514468
Release 2014-03-15
Pages 272
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During World War I, the United States Navy conducted at the Portsmouth, NH Naval Prison what many penal scholars consider the most ambitious experiment in the history of progressive prison reform. Cell doors remained opened, prisoners governed themselves and thousands of rehabilitated prisoners were returned to the fleet. This humanitarian experiment at Portsmouth prison stood in stark contrast to the inhumane flogging of prisoners that had dominated naval discipline until 1850. The Navy’s journey between these two extremes in naval discipline included the development of a much needed naval prison system. When congress abolished flogging in 1850, the Navy was left with few punishment options. Flogging had been a harsh, but very effective and efficient discipline tool. Various conditions of confinement appeared to be the most logical substitute for flogging, but the Navy had few cells ashore and confinement onboard a nineteenth century man-of-war sailing vessel was impractical. Onboard space was limited and all hands were needed to sail and fight the ship. Subsequent naval directives that merely suggested punishments for various offenses led to inconsistent interpretation and application of punishments throughout the fleet. At the same time, courts-martial prisoners were sporadically confined in various marine barracks, navy yard jails, naval station guard houses, prison ships and state prisons. The Navy’s discipline system was in disarray. A naval prison system was needed to consolidate and provide for consistent treatment of prisoners. The Navy’s efforts to gain congressional approval for a prison in the 1870s were unsuccessful. In the late 1880s, the Navy took matters into its own hands and established a prison system centered on makeshift prisons at the Boston and Mare Island Navy Yards. An ever-increasing need for cells, primarily driven by high desertion rates, eventually resulted in the construction of the Navy’s first real prison at Portsmouth, which opened in 1908. A consolidation of naval prisons in 1914 left Portsmouth as the dominant centerpiece of the naval prison system. At this point Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Franklin Delano Roosevelt chose the most celebrated prison reformer of his era, Thomas Mott Osborne, to assume command of the Portsmouth prison. His reforms at Portsmouth went well until Vice Adm. William S. Sims and others became convinced that too many trouble makers were being returned to the fleet. Under mounting pressure from senior naval officers, FDR personally led an on-site investigation of conditions at Portsmouth prison, which included charges of gross mismanagement and rampant homosexual activity. Although exonerated by FDR’s team, Osborne resigned from the Navy shortly after the investigation. Osborne’s reform initiatives were quickly reversed as the Navy returned to a harsher punishment system more inclined toward deterrence than humanitarian considerations and prisoner comforts.