3 edition of Admiral William Veazie Pratt, U. S. Navy found in the catalog.
December 2002 by University Press of the Pacific .
Written in English
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During World War I, he was Assistant Chief of Naval Operations. Pratt achieved admiral’s rank in and the Navy’s top seagoing command, Commander in Chief, United States Fleet.
As head of the U.S. technical staff at the London Naval Conference incalled by the major powers to set limits on warships, he promoted compromise. Admiral Pratt ordered the Atlantic-based Scouting Force to join the Battle Force in the Pacific to form a united U.S.
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The period spanned by William Veazie Pratt's naval career coincided with an era of extraordinary historical importance. It saw the development of The New Navy. William Veazie Pratt was born in Belfast, Maine, on 28 February during a time when Depression-era demands for economy made it very difficult to maintain the Navy's size and readiness.
Retired at the beginning of JulyPratt lived thereafter in Maine and New York City. Collection of Admiral William V. Pratt. U.S. Naval. This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at U.S.
Naval War College Digital Commons. It has been accepted for McDonald: Admiral William Veazie Pratt, U.S Navy: a Sailor's Life Published by U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons, 2Author: James K.
McDonald. William Veazie Pratt (lahir 28 Februari – meninggal 25 November pada umur 88 tahun) adalah seorang laksamana dalam Angkatan Laut Amerika software-comparativo.com menjabat sebagai Presiden Naval War College dan Kepala Operasi Angkatan Laut.
Referensi. Templat:NHC; Pranala luar. Admiral William Veazie Pratt, U. Navy (book by Gerald E. Wheeler); PhotosDinas/cabang: Angkatan Laut Amerika Serikat. William Veazie Pratt was an admiral in the United States Navy. He served as the President of the Naval War College from toand as the 5th Chief of Naval Operations from to — Early life — William V.
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Admiral William Veazie Pratt (February 28, - November 25, ): 5th Chief of Naval Operations, 17 September - 30 June William Veazie Pratt was born in Belfast, Maine, on 28 February After graduating from the U.S.
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