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The latest news and views in the UK Military Maritime Arena.
The latest book review is available. It is an account of the first six months of Russia’s war against Ukraine, […]
The latest book reviews are now available. One covers the Ross Expedition to Antarctica, 1839-1843, whilst the other focuses on […]
Originally presented at St. Nick’s Church, Liverpool, on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2023, as part of the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic NR Chairman Vice Admiral Sir Clive Johnstone examined the conflict in Ukraine today, and emphasized how the WRNS of the Second World War were vital to the defeat of the U-boat threat. A 10 minute read.
The latest book reviews are now. One is an examination of the submarine from diverse perspectives; one is an account […]
The latest book reviews are now available. One is on the life of Cdr. D G H ‘Jake’ Wright DSC** […]
Reflections on the current state of the UK’s strategic positioning amidst the background of an increasingly dangerous and unpredictable world. The author posits that the reality of medium power status means fundamentally reassessing the often ideologically driven assumptions that have brought the UK and the Royal Navy to this moment in history. A 40 minute read.
The author expands on their earlier letter (http://www.naval-review.com/journal-articles/sub-strategic-trident-2) addressing the threats of Russian nuclear weapons use in Ukraine
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