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The Transformation Of British Naval Strategy: Seapower and Supply In Northern Europe, 1808-1812
Tuesday, 27 October 2015 17:37

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Author: James Davey
Publisher: Boydell Press

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The British Navy, following the Battle of Trafalgar, was a magnificent fighting machine. It did, however, have its weaknesses. Two of these, as the author very clearly describes, were its provisioning and logistics systems.


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The Chemical Tanker Register 2015
Thursday, 22 October 2015 15:14

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Edited by Clarkson Research Services
Publisher: Clarkson Research Services

From Baird Maritime

Who ever would have thought that there are 4,400 vessels in the global chemical tanker fleet. They range in size from 1,000 to more than 40,000 metric tonnes dwt. There may well be more vessels of smaller size but Clarksons’ records only cover those larger than 1,000dwt.


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The British Naval Staff In The First World War
Tuesday, 20 October 2015 17:32

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Author: Nicholas Black
Publisher: Boydell Press

From Baird Maritime

As with much of Britain’s military staff in the First World War, the Naval Staff have been the butt of considerable criticism which often amounts to ridicule.


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The U.S. Naval Institute On Naval Command
Thursday, 15 October 2015 15:01
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Edited by Thomas J.Cutler
Publisher: The Naval Institute Press

From Baird Maritime

Another of the excellent series of Naval Institute Press collections of well edited essays on particular aspects of a naval officer’s career.


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The Naval Mutinies Of 1797: Unity And Perseverance
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 17:27

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Edited by Ann Veronica Coats And Philip Macdougall
Publisher: Boydell Press

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The Spithead and other naval mutinies that hit the British Navy in 1797 were enormously and unexpectedly influential in improving conditions on the lower decks.


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