Mahan: The Life and Work of Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, U.S.N.

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Index
À Court, Lieut. Col. Charles, 214; quotes Mahan's views on naval armament, 209-210
Acton, 239
Adams, C. F., 109
Adams, Henry, 2, 229, 291
Adams, John Quincy, 235
Aden, 42, 152
Aidzu (Idzu), 44-45
Alexander the Great, 118, 126, 127
Alexandria, 152
Algiers, 127, 153
Amherst, General, 226
Ammen, Rear Adm. D., 57, 64
Annapolis, Md., 12-26, 46, 96
Anne, Queen, 102
Anson, Admiral, 102
Antwerp, 157, 158, 346
Aoki, Ambassador, 282
Archer, Dr. R., 4
Archer, Col. S. B., 4
Arkansas, ram, 64
Arnold, Benedict, 204
Arnold, Matthew, 93
Ashe, Midshipman Samuel A'Court, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50, 54, 57, 60, 63, 64, 67, 71, 72, 84, 85, 89, 247, 248, 284; resigns, 23; commissioned in Confederate Army, 30
Aspinwall (Colon), 66, 71
Asquith, Herbert Henry, 141, 285, 286
AsunciÓn, 53, 54
Athenaeum, 266
Atlantic Monthly, 112, 123, 125, 126n., 130, 133, 138, 166
Austerlitz, 77, 117, 118
Azores, 186
Bad Nauheim, 251, 255, 268, 276- 277
Badham, 178
Bahia, 54, 189
Balfour, Arthur James, 135, 141, 171, 205, 286
Bangkok, 139
Barcelona, 144, 163
Barham, Lord, 117
Barker, Capt. A. S., 109n., 269
Battenberg, Prince Louis of, 140
Bautzen, 77
Bayard, Ambassador, 137
Beatson, 97
Beauregard, Gen. P. G., 29, 30, 39
Beirut, 152
Bell, Rear Adm. Henry H., 37; drowned in heavy surf, 43
Beresford, Capt. C., 91
Bernhardi, 296
Bigelow, Poultney, forwards Kaiser's telegram to Mahan, 159
Billings, Dr., 178
Bismarck, Chancellor O., 107
Biron, Maréchal, 226
Blackwood's, 104, 105, 200
Blaine, Sec. J. G., 64, 67, 112
Blake, Admiral, 102
Bliss, Lieut. T. H., 83, 87
Bombay, 42, 46, 48
Borchert, George A., 22, 247
Bordeaux, 54
Boscawen, Admiral, 102
Bosnia, 286, 305
Boston, U.S.S., 246
Boston, Mass., 49-54, 220-261
Botha, General, 229
Boulogne, 117
Bourgeois, M. Léon, 210

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