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Age of Sail, Book Reviews, Naval History
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Latest Book Review, 15 September

15 Sep 23

BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a book exploring the career of George Anson.

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Admiralty, Age of Sail, Air Defence, Air Power, Battle of Britain, Combined Arms, Europe, Joint Operations, Leadership, Learning From The Past, Logistics, Maritime Strategy, Military History, Napoleonic Wars, National Defence, Naval History, Naval Warfare, Operational Planning, Royal Air Force, Second World War, Strategy, The Naval Review
13 minutes, 37 seconds

The Whale and the Albatross

By Andrew Gordon,
15 Sep 23

Ed. Sixteen years ago, in response to a History Today article for the 66th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, Rules of the Game author Andrew Gordon examined the question of the strategic significance of the air battle (in which FAA pilots took part), and emphasized the RN’s role in stopping the German invasion before it could begin. Republished here from NR 95/1 for the 83rd anniversary of the Battle. A 15 minute read.

 

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Armed Forces, Addressing Current Reality, Civil-Military Relations, General, Health Care, Medicine, People, Veterans
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Improving care for the Armed Forces community in England

By Jeremy Dunning,
12 Sep 23

Ed. The Veterans Covenant Healthcare Alliance (VCHA)  has been accrediting NHS providers with Veteran Aware certification since the 2014 Chavasse Report, with the goal of accrediting all NHS and independent sector providers in England by early 2024. The author provides an update on the VCHA’s progress to date. A 5 minute read.

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19th Century, Age of Sail, Baltic, Book Reviews, Cold War, General, Geopolitics, Joint Expeditionary Force, Naval History
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Latest Book Review, 12 September

12 Sep 23

BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a volume exploring the naval relationship between the United Kingdom and Sweden over the past 500 years, and features contributions from a range of distinguished authors.

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Book Reviews, First World War, Maritime Strategy, Naval History, Naval Tactics, Naval Warfare
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Latest Book Review, 8 September

08 Sep 23

BRE. The latest book review is now available. It considers a forthcoming book (due to be published on 28 September) from Osprey on the German High Seas Fleet in the First World War.

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Admiralty, Age of Sail, Deterrence, Diplomacy, General, Hybrid Warfare, Leadership, Learning From The Past, Maritime Strategy, Naval History, Naval Warfare, Operational Art, People, Service Culture, The Art of Admirality
6 minutes, 57 seconds

The Art of Admiralty and Liminal Advantage

By Lt Cdr Jonathan Wheale RN,
08 Sep 23

Ed. The author contemplates the implications of the ‘Art of Admiralty’, as explored in NR 111/3, for the mindset of the RN’s leadership as a cultural component of a maritime nation in today’s complex operating environment. A 5 minute read.

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The Art of Admirality
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“The ‘Art’ of Admiralty” No. 1

06 Sep 23

Ed. With the current interest and debate around the “Art of Admiralty” The Naval Review is delighted to bring you a monthly series of Naval Maritime Art by courtesy of Maritime Originals and Maritime Prints. Any member interested in purchasing such a picture is entitled to an NR discount.

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General, Leadership, Letters, People, Royal Marines, Service Culture, The Naval Review
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Letter to the Editor: A Royal Marine route to First Sea Lord (2)

By David Collins,
05 Sep 23

Ed. The author agrees with Cdr de Silva that much has changed in the “promotion sweepstakes” but that service culture bottlenecks and educational barriers still linger.

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Book Reviews, General, Merchant Navy, Naval History, People, Second World War
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Latest Book Reviews, 5 September

05 Sep 23

BRE. The latest book reviews are now available. The two reviews both consider books by Robin Knight, one on Mike Cumberlege and his exploits in the Second World War, the other looks at those who were pupils at Pangbourne before joining the armed forces, particularly the Royal Navy.

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