The Reluctant Seaman

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From Sat Dec 27 00:16:58 1997
>X-Sender: tcrobi@pop.mindspring.com
>Date: Sat, 27 Dec 1997 02:15:12 -0500
>To: mahan@microwrks.com
>From: Tom Robison
>Subject: The Reluctant Seaman
>Precendence: bulk
>Sender: mahan-owner@microworks.net
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>”Although a brilliant naval historian and noted theorist on the importance
>of sea power to national defense, Alfred Thayer Mahan hated the sea and
>dreaded his duties as a ship’s captain.”
>
>That’s the lead-in to an article on the HistoryNet Page about our namesake
>A.T. Mahan. Read the full text at:
>
>http://www.thehistorynet.com/AmericanHistory/articles/1997/0297_text.htm
>
>
>Tom Robison
>Ossian, Indiana
>tcrobi@mindspring.com

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