"Craig L. Symonds' World War II at Sea offers a definitive naval history of the Second World War presenting the chronology of the naval war, from The London Conference of 1930 to the surrender in Tokyo Bay in 1945, on a global scale for the first time."--Provided by publisher.
The European war. Unterseebooten Panzerschiffen Norway France falls The Regia Marina The war on trade, I The Bismarck The war widens. The rising sun A two-ocean navy Operation AI: The attack on Pearl Harbor Rampage The war on trade, II Watershed. Stemming the tide Two beleaguered islands A two-ocean war The tipping point The war on trade, III Allied counterattack. Airplanes and convoys Husky Twilight of two navies Breaking the shield Large slow target Reckoning. D-Day Seeking the decisive battle Leyte Gulf The noose tightens Denouement Epilogue: Tokyo Bay, 1945.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 653-741) and index.