War at Sea
Sea denial, or "commerce-destroying," was "a means for harrying and tiring an enemy" and could prevent the loss of a war, but commerce raiding by itself is not a strategy that wins a war, nor does it serve to deter the enemy very effectively (Pike). Pike cites naval strategists that contend that it takes different types of ships to win con

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