The Jeune École: The Strategy of the Weak

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BRILL, 2007 - 242 σελίδες
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Anglo-American theoreticians have to a large extent dominated the formulation and study of modern naval strategy in Western countries. This Anglo-American dominance has resulted in a focus on how the superior power should exploit its superiority in order to realize its strategic objectives. The present study differs from other books on naval strategy by analysing a military strategy for the inferior power instead. Along with Tirpitz's "risk theory," "The Jeune Ecole" is the most significant maritime strategy dealing with the dilemmas facing the weaker navy. This French body of naval thought is distinguished from other strategies of the weak by its elaborate prescriptions for the offensive use of naval forces. This book represents an unprecedented study of "The Jeune Ecole" based on hitherto unexploited and unpublished primary sources from the "Service Historique de la Marine,"
 

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Chapter One The Theoretical Foundation of
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Chapter Two The Jeune École in OfÀce
53
Chapter Three The Legacy of the Jeune École
85
Chapter Four The Fashoda Crisis and the Development
143
Chapter Five The Revitalisation of the Jeune École
177
Conclusion
225
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Index
239
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Arne Røksund, Ph. D. (2005) in History, University of Oslo, is Rear Admiral and Commander of the Norwegian Defence Education Command and Commandant of the Norwegian National Defence College.

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