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THE LIFE OF NELSON: THE EMBODIMENT OF THE SEAPOWER OF GREAT BRITAIN
by Alfred Thayer Mahan, hardcover, 764 pages.
Reprinted in 2001 by the Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD.

This book was originally written over a century ago, by one of America's greatest naval historians. (Rear Admiral Mahan was also instrumental in helping found the Naval War College.) Reprinted because 2005 is the bicentennial of Nelson's great victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, in which he was killed. Still one of the best biographies ever of one of the greatest naval commanders ever.

THE SILENT WAR: THE COLD WAR BATTLE BENEATH THE SEA
by John Pina Craven, hardcover, 304 pages.
2001, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY.

John Pina Craven was for many years chief scientist of the Navy's Special Projects Office, during the Cold War. Reveals truly stunning achievements of America's Silent Service, also touches on some stuff that's still secret. If you liked Blind Man's Bluff, you will absolutely love Craven's book.

LICENSED TO SPY: WITH THE TOP SECRET MILITARY LIAISON MISSION IN EAST GERMANY
by John A. Fahey, hardcover, 209 pages.
2002, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD.

Retired Navy Commander John Faley gives you a first-person account of his service as a naval attache in East Germany in the early 1960s. More hair-raising than any James Bond novel, because it's real! Includes scary proof of the USSR's serious commitment to be ready to fight a tactical nuclear war in the heart of Europe.

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