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Record #180732:

Russia looks to the sea: a study of the expansion of Soviet maritime power / David Fairhall.

Title: Russia looks to the sea: a study of the expansion of Soviet maritime power / David Fairhall.
Author(s): Fairhall, David.
Date: 1971.
Publisher: London: André Deutsch
Abstract: Describes recent massive expansion of Russia's commercial and naval fleets in context of its historical role as landpower. Analyses limitations set by its geographical position. Examines origins and development of policy of expansion. Focuses on merchant shipping. Discusses shipbuilding and use of "afloat support" for navy and "mother ships" for fishing fleet. Includes several chapters on Arctic, including Northern Sea Route.
Keywords: 355 -- Defence.
359 -- Navy.
656.6 -- Sea transport.
656.614.3 -- Shipping, freight.
629.12 -- Vessels.
629.128 -- Shipbuilding and repairs.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.2.06 -- Fisheries, vessels and equipment.
L -- Communication and transportation.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
(*68) -- Arctic Ocean, seas adjacent to Russia.
(*54) -- Northern Sea Route.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*50) : 656.6[1971]
ISBN: 0233962247
SPRI record no.: 180732

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