Fire and Water

March 2011
Military History;Mar2011, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p25
The article discusses sea battles. It compares sea battles and land battles, concluding that both are similar as they involve the development of corresponding yet distinctive weaponry. The author claims that war at sea is life threatening because it occurs in featureless wilderness that offers no concealment.


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