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Papers relating to the navy during the Spanish war 1585-1587

Papers relating to the navy during the Spanish war 1585-1587

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Published by Navy Records Society in [London] .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Spine title: The Spanish War 1585-87.

Statementedited by Julian S. Corbett.
SeriesPublications / Navy Records Society -- 11
ContributionsCorbett, Julian S. 1854-1922., Navy Records Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14150420M

Spanish-American War; War Plans and Impact on U.S. Navy Special Order April 17 Assemblage of Officers to Attend Special Order April 17 Navy Department Closure. Example: US Navy evacuated over 1, people, only were US citizens; German Navy evacuated 9, in two months, over half were not German. Combined navies evacua non-Spanish Spanish citizens by the end of

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