Navies Of South East Asia

Author: James Goldrick
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415809428
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"... A comprehensive survey of the development and operations of the navies of South-East Asia since the end of the Second World War." -- from p. [1].

The Indian Navy And Southeast Asia

Author: G. V. C. Naidu
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788186019269
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The study examines the growth and development of the Indian Navy in the context of the initial fears and apprehensions in South Asia over India s naval expansion.

Naval Modernisation In Southeast Asia

Author: Geoffrey Till
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319584065
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This edited volume reviews the nature and consequences of naval modernisation in Southeast Asia against the backdrop of growing tensions over the South China Sea and increasing competition between the United States and China in the region.

Naval Modernisation In South East Asia

Author: Geoffrey Till
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135953945
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This edited volume analyses the naval arms race in South-East Asia, and reviews the content, purposes and consequences of the naval policies and development of the main countries of the region.

Naval Modernisation In Southeast Asia Part Two

Author: Geoffrey Till
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319583913
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This edited volume starts with an account of the submarine in naval warfare and moves on to review the nature and consequences of naval modernisation in Southeast Asia by considering their acquisition by the small and medium navies of the ...

The Japanese In Colonial Southeast Asia

Author: Takashi Shiraishi
Publisher: SEAP Publications
ISBN: 9780877274025
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Seeking to gain the military advantage, between the end of September and the
middle of October — a little over two weeks — the navy occupied Jaluit, Kusaie,
Ponape, Truk, Yap, Palau, Angaur, Saipan, and other islands.45 The navy's
underlying consideration, however, was the importance of these islands as bases
for future advance into Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and other parts of the "outer
South Seas" (soto nan'yo). "The Future of the Newly Occupied South Seas
Territories," ...