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Book Reviews, Naval History
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Latest Book Review, 30 May

30 May 23
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The latest book review is available. it focuses on Exercise SNIFF, the mission by HMS Dreadnought to the North Pole in 1971.

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Breaking Through: HMS Dreadnought at the North Pole

30 May 23

Edited by Commander ROBIN WHITESIDE OBE RN (Friends of the Royal Navy Submarine Museum) 68 pages Available from https://www.rnsubmusfriends.org.uk/breaking-through-2/ The […]

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Book Reviews, Naval History, Naval Tactics, Naval Warfare, Technology
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Latest Review, 26 May

26 May 23
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The latest review is now available. On this occasion, it is an article review, focusing on the development of naval command and control in the UK, US, and Canadian Navies between 1945 and 1970.

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The Information Age and Naval Command & Control

26 May 23

By DAVID BOSLAUGH, PETER MARLAND AND JOHN VARDALAS (Proceedings of the Institute of the Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 111:1, January […]

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Skagerrak: The Battle of Jutland Through German Eyes

23 May 23

By GARY STAFF (Pen & Sword – £25) ISBN 978 1 78383 123 4 288 pages It can be extremely […]

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Book Reviews, First World War, Naval History
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Latest Book Review, 23 May

23 May 23
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The latest book review has been published. It considers a book examining the Battle of Jutland from a German perspective.

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Book Reviews, Naval History
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Latest Book Review, 16 May

16 May 23
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The latest book review has been published. It covers a history of the Triton-class submarine, HMS Turbulent, lost in the Second World War.

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HMS Turbulent

16 May 23

By STEPHEN WYNN (Pen and Sword – £22) ISBN 978 1526736260 280 pages Stephen Wynn is the author of numerous […]

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Book Reviews, General, Naval History
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Latest Book Reviews, 2 May

02 May 23

The latest book reviews are now available. The first is a history of shipwrecks, providing an introduction to the subject, […]

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