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Sir Julian Stafford Corbett (1854-1922) was a prominent British naval historian and geostrategist whose works helped shape the Royal Navy's reforms of that era. Some Principles of Maritime Strategy (1918) is one of his most famous works. It covers the theory of war and the theory of naval war, and examines how England was able to prevent stronger navies from ever landing successfully or cutting supply routes between colonies in the empire. Corbett illustrates his insights with reference to the history of navies and naval battles.

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One of the key works, but poorly read.

The content is among the most importent pieces of work on naval strategic thinking, and for that, everyone with even a small measure of interest in navies must read it, or in this case hear it. However Barker McLaurin clearly had to read it in a short time, because he misread a lot, thats a shame, but one can look past it, due to the content of the book.