- Title Pages
Chapter OneEconomics, Warfare, and the Sea, c.1650–1945
Chapter TwoNeither a Silver Bullet Nor a Distraction: Economic Warfare in Sea-power Theory
Chapter ThreeConvoys and Companies: Privatising Economic Warfare at Sea in the Dutch Republic, 1580–1800
Chapter FourMerchants of Fortune: Negotiating Spanish Neutrality in the American War of Independence
Chapter FiveSea Power and Neutrality: The American Experience in Europe during the French Wars, 1793–1812
Chapter SixThe Achievement and Cost of the British Convoy System, 1803–1815
Chapter SevenThe Royal Navy and Economic Warfare against the United States during the War of 1812
Chapter EightProtecting Neutrality at Sea in a Global Age, 1815–1914
Chapter NinePostal Censorship and the Alchemy of Victory at Sea during the First World War
Chapter TenBritain and Economic Warfare in German Naval Thinking in the Era of the Great War
Chapter ElevenMaritime Power and Economic Warfare in the Far East, 1937–1941
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