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 exploring the construction of battlecruisers for the Royal Navy at John Brown’s Shipyard on the Clyde before and during the First World War.
192 pages David Collins Readers should be prepared for a volume written in full boatswain, i.e.: lots and lots of […]
BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a book examining the latter part of the Napoleonic Wars, and the consequences of the end of that conflict for the Royal Navy.
Capt M K Barritt This much-acclaimed book treats of big events and processes. It encompasses the last years of a […]
BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers Paul Kennedy’s maritime history of the Second World War and how it shaped the development of post-war global order.