Combined Operations in the Civil War. In her book, Combined Operations in the Civil War, Rowena Reed describes army-navy operations of the Union military with a focus on planning and political aspects rather than operations and tactics. But the use of standard military terminology would help maintain credibility with all elements of her reading audience. Early in the war, the Union undertook two operations on the southern littorals, which ended in important—if somewhat uneven—victories for its cause.
On August 9,the mission reached Freetown in Sierra Leonestaying 14 days, where the crew began falling ill with Spanish flu during a pandemic.
On the night of August 25, while sailing from Freetown to Dakar, the division suffered a torpedo attack by German submarines, but no casualties or damage were suffered by the Brazilian vessels, the torpedoes passing harmlessly between the Brazilian ships.
A successful counter-attack using depth charges was launched, the Royal Navy crediting the Brazilians with the destruction of a U-boat. In the event the fleet did not arrive at Gibraltar until the beginning of November just days before the signing of the armistice ending the war.
As another preparatory military mission the navy sent a group of military aviators who served with the RAF on the western front. On September 24,the Mission landed at the French port of Marseille. The hospital was opened in Paris but the main roles performed by the Medical Mission were in providing treatment for French sufferers during the Spanish flu epidemic  and in ensuring the continuity of logistical support to the troops at the front.
The Medical Mission was terminated in February Brazil was also a founder of the League of Nations after the end of the war. The Treaty of Versailles allowed Brazil to keep over 70 ships that it had seized from the Central Powers during the war, and which were then incorporated into the Brazilian merchant fleet.
Brazil was also financially compensated by Germany for the lost coffee shipments and ships that were sunk by German U-boats during the war. From an economic point of view, although exports of latex and coffee fell sharply at first, creating a crisis in the economy, as the conflict continued, Brazil eventually began to find good trading opportunities.
Increased international demand for foodstuffs and raw materials forced the country to change its economic structure away from the predominant agriculture. It was then that Brazil underwent unprecedented industrial development, also making use of immigrant labour, composed largely of Europeans initially fleeing famine and then the war.
The number of factories quadrupled in the war years, doubling the number of workers. Brazil decreased the number of imported items, changing the country's socioeconomic face.As the Civil War raged on the land, the two national navies— Union and Confederate —created another war on the water.
The naval war was one of sudden, spectacular lightning battles as well as continual and fatal vigilance on the coasts, rivers, and seas. Nov 17, · During the civil war, NNS Ogoja led all nine coastal operations from Lagos to the coastal areas of Biafra.
There was NNS Nigeria (a frigate) which was the flagship; it was too big for such coastal waters as the entrance from Port Harcourt to Bonny.
Oct 14, · United States Marine Corps in the Civil War. Discussion in 'Civil War History - The Naval War And dont forget their involvement at Harper's Ferry during John Brown's raid just before the war.
which consigns the whole second half of the s to 28 pages sandwiched between Archibald Henderson and the pre-World War I naval. As the Civil War raged on the land, the two national navies— Union and Confederate —created another war on the water.
The naval war was one of sudden, spectacular lightning battles as well as continual and fatal vigilance on the coasts, rivers, and seas.
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The Role of the United States Navy along the Eastern Seaboard during the Civil War Fall , Defunct Strategy and Divergent Goals The absorption of large numbers of the navy's resources in Virginia halted any further naval and combined operations along the entire South Atlantic coast