Skip to main content

Latest review

The Men Who Flew the Vought F4U Corsair

By MARTIN W. BOWMAN (Pen & Sword Aviation – £25.00) ISBN 978 1 52670 580 8 304 pages The subject […]

Showing all


Out of the Depths: A History of Shipwrecks

By ALAN G. JAMIESON (Reaktion Books – £25) ISBN 9781789146196 320 pages The antiquity of many ships and the familiarity […]


Latest Book Reviews, 4 April 2023

The latest book reviews are now available. One is an account of HMS Fearless‘ deployment to, service in, and return from […]


Sea Wolves: Savage Submarine Commanders of WW2 (Tony Matthews, Pen & Sword Books, ISBN 978 1 39906 461 3, £25)

Sea Wolves, with its sub-title of Savage Submarine Commanders of WW2, tells the harrowing stories of the atrocities perpetrated by […]


Book Reviews, 14 March

The latest book reviews have been published, one on the discovery Shackleton’s Endurance, the other on cargo liners in the Second […]


Running the Gauntlet: Cargo Liners Under Fire

This was a mostly enjoyable book, which flows well in a style intended for the general reader. It comprises 15 […]


Book Reviews, 7 March

The latest book reviews have been published, covering the development of French naval policy between 1870 and 1918, and the Ocean-class […]


The Ocean Class of the Second World War

The Ocean Class of the Second World War tells the story of the sixty 10,000dwt merchant ships built by the […]


From War to Peace: The Conversion of Naval Vessels After Two World Wars

This book is a bit of a hotch-potch, in that it is partly a detailed, but incomplete, list of warships […]

You're viewing the public website sign in or join for full access

Join Now

The Naval Review


We have noticed that you have an adblocker enabled which restricts ads served on the site.

Please disable it to continue reading The Naval Review.