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The development of amphibious/expeditionary warfare in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1945-1968 : a study in comparison, contrast and compromise

  title={The development of amphibious/expeditionary warfare in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1945-1968 : a study in comparison, contrast and compromise},
  author={Christian F. M. Liles},
Contemporary analysis has generally accepted that amphibious warfare development in the United States and the United Kingdom was quite similar, if not almost identical, during the Cold War. So-called 'parallel courses' of similar development, which had emerged during the interwar years and continued to evolve during the Second World War, converged even further in the post-war era. This effectively culminated in national approaches (or systems) that most closely reflected the US Naval Service's… Expand
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