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Guide to the Royal Navy 2021Books
The 10th edition of our popular profile of the Royal Navy, its equipment and global operations is due to be published later this year. The Guide to the Royal Navy 2021 includes assessments and analysis of the current British fleet alongside commentaries from top writers on key issues alongside the usual ship type profiles and accounts of recent deployments together with high impact imagery.
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Bound in dark blue with gold blocking on the spine and come with wires to hold a year’s copies.
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IN A WORLD OF WAR NAVIES MUST HOLD THE LINE
Late October 2023 the US Navy strike carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower heads past the Rock of Gibraltar on the way to the eastern Mediterrane … Read more
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The Ausonia of 1921
The 13,912grt Ausonia in her pre-war Cunard days. (John B. Hill collection) The Cunard Liner Ausonia (2), completed in December 1921, served … Read more
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Adventures as a cadet with P&O in the 1950s
The 7,065grt Cannanore at Avonmouth in November 1970. She was built in 1949 by Barclay, Curle & Co. at Whiteinch. In 1972 she was sold t … Read more
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THE EUROPEAN UNION NEEDS TO HELP STRUGGLING MARITIME STATES TO BOLSTER COLLECTIVE DEFENCE
The Irish Navy corvette LE William Butler Yeats at Haulbowline in 2022. Photo: Gary Davies/Maritime Photographic There are key areas of mari … Read more
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