Europe and the maritime world : a twentieth-century history
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Europe and the maritime world : [electronic resource] a twentieth-century history / Michael B. Miller, University of Miami.
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"Europe and the Maritime World: A Twentieth-Century History offers a new framework for understanding globalisation over the past century. Through a detailed analysis of ports, shipping and trading companies whose networks spanned the world, Michael B. Miller shows how a European maritime infrastructure made modern production and consumer societies possible. He argues that the combination of overseas connections and close ties to home ports contributed to globalisation. Miller also explains how the ability to manage merchant shipping's complex logistics was central to the outcome of both world wars. He chronicles transformations in hierarchies, culture, identities and port city space, all of which produced a new and different maritime world by the end of the century."--
Cambridge University Press,
Includes bibliographical references (pages 379-407) and index.