BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a book exploring the history of the development and operational service of the Royal Navy’s helicopter-based airborne early warning capability, and a look towards the future with Crowsnest and beyond.
179 pages Available from https://shop.navywings.org.uk/collections/books/products/eyes-of-the-fleet-by-richard-scott Dr James Bosbotinis The subject of this book immediately appealed to this reviewer, and being familiar […]
BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a book examining the largest sea battle in history, the Battle of Leyte Gulf in October 1944.
by MARK E. STILLE (Osprey – £25.00) ISBN 978 1 4728 5175 8 320 pages Dr James Bosbotinis Having recently […]
BRE. The latest book review is now available. it considers a short book exploring German and Italian efforts to develop carrier airpower in the lead up to, and during the Second World War.
By DOUGLAS C DILDY & RYAN K NOPPEN (Osprey Publishing – £11.99) ISBN 978 1 4728 4676 1 48 pages […]
BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a book examining the development of the Gaudalcanal-Solomons campaign through March-October 1943 in the southwest Pacific.
by JEFFREY R. COX (Osprey Publishing – £30.00) ISBN 978 1 4728 4989 2 528 pages Having read Jeffrey Cox’s […]
BRE. The latest book reviews are now available. One considers a reprint of a 1946 memoir of convoy and corvette operations in the Battle of the Atlantic. The other looks at the US approach the neutralisation of the Japanese bastion of Truk in the Pacific during the Second World War.