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|Statement||An address by Honorable Ernest Lee Jahncke, the assistant secretary of the navy, before the members of the Louisiana historical society and citizens of Louisiana on the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. New Orleans, January 8, 1931.|
|LC Classifications||E356.N5 J25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||31026320|
Another history pageturner from the authors of the #1 bestsellers George Washington's Secret Six and Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates. The War of saw America threatened on every side. Encouraged by the British, Indian tribes attacked settlers in the West, while the Royal Navy terrorized the coasts/5(K). New Orleans made patrols and bombardments on Saipan and Tinian into August, returned to Eniwetok the 13th, and sailed the 28th for carrier raids on the Bonins, bombardments of Iwo Jima September, and direct air support for the invasion of the Palaus. After reprovisioning at Manus, the task force assaulted Okinawa, Formosa, and Northern Luzon, destroying . SECTION I - SUMMARY. 1. During the night of 30 November, , NEW ORLEANS was a unit of a task force which engaged a Japanese force in the action subsequently named the Battle of Lunga Point. NEW ORLEANS, firing with her main battery and steaming at 20 knots, had just started to swing to the right to avoid MINNEAPOLIS when a torpedo struck the port bow in . U.S. Navy and the Battle of New Orleans Historian Gene Allen Smith talked about the role of the American Navy during the Battle of New Orleans in the War of He.
Battle of New Orleans By the time the Battle of New Orleans was fought, many other battles had taken place. The Battle of New Orleans was the last in a series of battles. The first part of the New Orleans battle occurred when the British fleet approached the city through Lake Borgne. Previously published: The naval War of , or, The history of the United States Navy during the last war with Great Britain. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press, © Includes bibliographical references and indexesPages: This is a short book, approximately pages, by Robert V. Remini focusing only on Andrew Jackson's role in the Battle of New Orleans during the War of The level of detail included in this book is precise giving the reader a snapshot of this oft-forgotten war but important in forging the American character/5. Battle of New Orleans: The Bicentennial Documentary. 46, likes 10, talking about this. The Battle of New Orleans: THE Official Bicentennial Doc Followers: 46K.
On January 8, , the United States achieved its greatest battlefield victory of the War of at New Orleans. The Battle of New Orleans thwarted a British effort to gain control of a critical American port and elevated Major General Andrew Jackson to national fame. Saving New Orleans In a new book, the author of “Forrest Gump” paints an uncommonly vivid picture of an overlooked chapter in American history and its unlikely hero the Navy, such as it. Official Synopsis of Navy SEALs: The Battle for New Orleans: “A team of highly skilled Navy SEALS find themselves embarking on the battle of their lives when they come face-to-face with the undead. After a deadly outbreak occurs in New Orleans, the SEALS must fight for their lives, and the city, against an army of zombies.”. Chapter 7 Target: New Orleans Chapter 8 Losing Lake Borgne Chapter 9 The Armies Assemble Chapter 10 The First Battle of New Orleans Chapter 11 The Defensive Line Chapter 12 Day of Destiny Chapter 13 The British Withdraw Epilogue Afterword Acknowledgments Notes For Further Reading Brand: Penguin Publishing Group.