2 edition of How England got its merchant marine found in the catalog.
How England got its merchant marine
Henry C. Hunter
Bibliography: p. 367-369.
|Statement||by Henry C. Hunter.|
|LC Classifications||HE823 .H75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 369 p.|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||35007560|
The Maritime Administration is the successor agency to the War Shipping Administration, which oversaw the shipbuilding and merchant marine operations in World War II. Mr. Oates was a wartime graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, the only one of the federal service academies to send its students into war before graduation. merchant marine is large enough to allow for historians to study its experience in both the European and Asia-Pacific theaters. The sheer amount of tonnage moved and the dangers faced by the merchant marine makes the story worth telling. While this paper will examine the role of the U.S. Merchant Marine and its war in the.
A merchant is a person who trades in commodities produced by other people. Historically, a merchant is anyone who is involved in business or trade. Merchants have operated for as long as industry, commerce, and trade have existed. In 16th-century Europe, two different terms for merchants emerged: meerseniers referred to local traders (such as bakers and grocers) and koopman (Dutch: koopman. In all, about 2, Merchant Marine ships were involved in the first wave of the invasion. Throughout until the end of the war in May , the Merchant Marines continued to transport million troops, 17 million tons of munitions and supplies and half a million trucks and tanks from England .
After the war the Union made demand on Great Britain for the damage done to its merchant marine by British built commerce raiders. The original claim in of 2 billion dollars was ultimately reduced through arbitration to million dollars in , and finally paid in The merchant marine is collectively those commercial, non-naval ships that carry cargo or passengers or provide maritime services, and the civilian crewmen and officers who sail those ships. During World War II the ships and men of the United States merchant marine transported across the oceans of the world the vast quantities of war materiel.
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Get this from a library. How England got its merchant marine. [Henry C Hunter]. Ships for England; HOW ENGLAND GOT ITS MERCHANT MARINE, By Henry C. Hunter. New York: National Council of American Shipbuilders. $ How England Got Its Merchant Marine, Henry C.
Hunter: Paperback: General book. The Merchant Navy is the maritime register of the United Kingdom, and comprises the seagoing commercial interests of UK-registered ships and their nt Navy vessels fly the Red Ensign and are regulated by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
King George V bestowed the title of "Merchant Navy" on the British merchant shipping fleets following their service in the First World War Country: United Kingdom, British Overseas Territories. In the period between the two world wars the principal maritime nations were Great Britain and its dominions, the United States, Japan, Norway, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and France.
The United States merchant marine steadily declined, and in order to stimulate shipbuilding the Merchant Marine Act of created the U.S. Maritime Commission. Two Years Before the Mast. Its a memoir by the American author Richard Henry Dana Jr., published inhaving been written after a two-year sea voyage from Boston to California on a merchant ship starting in Based on his personal journals taken while at sea.
Non-Fiction. Very well written overview of the Japanese merchant marine from How England got its merchant marine book, strategic, and logistical points of view. Understanding this subject is critical to evaluating the realities faced by the Empire of Japan during the war in the Pacific, and this book certainly helps to Reviews: 6.
The British Merchant Navy of World War II, previously known as the "Merchant Service" or "Mercantile Marine" comprised the merchant shipping registered in Great Britain and independently operated by British commercial shipping vessels carried cargo to and from the country and those of the Commonwealth to sustain its war effort.
Following the heroism and hardships. Ship - Ship - Shipping in the 19th century: Once the extent and nature of the world’s oceans was established, the final stage of the era of sail had been reached.
American independence played a major role determining how the final stage developed. To understand why this was so, it should be appreciated that Britain’s North American colonies were vital to its merchant marine, for they. To win this, the U-boat arm had to sinkGRT per month in order to overwhelm Britain's shipbuilding capacity and reduce its merchant marine strength.
In only four out of the first 27 months of the war did Germany achieve this target, while after Decemberwhen Britain was joined by the US merchant marine and ship yards the target. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Merchants and Mariners of the 18th Century ().
of a later generation, and four of their children. Thomas Hall (), a ship's captain, shipowner and merchant, is remembered by students of Anglo-Indian history as a leading contractor for shipping to the East India.
How England got Its Merchant Marine New York: National Council of American Shipbuilders, Hardcover. 8vo. Very good+ in very good beige dust jacket with dark blue title to front and spine panels. Minor wear to dust jacket includes, soiling, foxing, browning to spine, and a few small chips to the edges.
Interior is clean and bright. Merchant marine, the commercial ships of a nation, whether privately or publicly owned. The term merchant marine also denotes the personnel that operate such ships, as distinct from the personnel of naval vessels.
Merchant ships are used to transport people, raw materials, and manufactured goods. When King Haakon reached London, he delivered the million ton Norwegian merchant marine to the Allied cause. This was manna from heaven for Great Britain, whose survival soon depended on these ships. Byforty percent of Britain’s oil rode to the Home Islands aboard Norwegian tankers.
The United States Merchant Marine provided the greatest sealift in history between the production army at home and the fighting forces scattered around the globe in World War II.
The prewar total of 55, experienced mariners was increased to overthrough U.S. Maritime Service training programs. Hampshire, England: Navigator Books, [Memoirs from a British merchant marine sailor and his service on eight different vessels, flying eight different country's flags.
American merchant vessels were a common target. Between andthe British impressed more t U.S. sailors to supplement their fleet during their Napoleonic Wars with France.
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For more information read Crew lists, agreements and log books of merchant ships after Merchant Navy gallantry awards for the Second World War, Search our catalogue by name of person or ship in T to find what the award was, the.
The Merchant Marine suffered a higher casualty rate than any branch of the military, losing 9, men, with most of the losses occurring inwhen most merchant. Thirty-three years ago today, on Februthe collier SS Marine Electric loaded w tons of steam coal, capsized and sank in a storm 30 miles off the coast of Virginia.
Thirty-one of the 34 crew members died. While nothing good can be said about the loss of 31 sailors, the aftermath of the Marine Electric tragedy led to important improvements in safety in the shipping industry.