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The Great Review at Spithead by W L Wyllie.


The Great Review at Spithead by W L Wyllie.

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Transferring the Dead, Wounded and Prisoners by W L Wyllie.


Transferring the Dead, Wounded and Prisoners by W L Wyllie.

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Carmania Engages Cap Trafalgar by W L Wyllie.


Carmania Engages Cap Trafalgar by W L Wyllie.

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Carmania and Cap Trafalgar: The End of the Battle by W L Wyllie.


Carmania and Cap Trafalgar: The End of the Battle by W L Wyllie.

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The Track of the Hun by W L Wyllie.


The Track of the Hun by W L Wyllie.

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Bombarding Turkish Batteries at Chanak, March 18th, 1915  by W L Wyllie.


Bombarding Turkish Batteries at Chanak, March 18th, 1915 by W L Wyllie.

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Bombarding the Narrows, March 18th 1915 by W L Wyllie.


Bombarding the Narrows, March 18th 1915 by W L Wyllie.

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Battle Cruisers Zigzagging in the North Sea by W L Wyllie.


Battle Cruisers Zigzagging in the North Sea by W L Wyllie.

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Nelson and the Nile, The Naval War against Bonaparte 1798, by Brian Lavery.


Nelson and the Nile, The Naval War against Bonaparte 1798, by Brian Lavery.

The Battle of the Nile, fought on 1st August 1798, was Nelsons first great victory and dealt a fatal blow to Napoleon Bonapartes ambitions in the Middle East. But the battle itself was only the decisive event in a campaign of many months, upon the outcome of which depended the domination of the Mediterranean and the whole strategic situation in Europe. In this book, Brian Lavery places the Battle of the Nile in its full strategic context, showing the interplay of military and political factors that sent Nelsons squadron into the Mediterranean in pursuit of the powerful French invasion fleet. This was also Nelsons first independent fleet command, and the author shows the development of his command style and the forging of the esprit de corps which was later to triumph at Trafalgar. It also provides a fascinating and detailed insight into the nature and conditions of naval war in the Age of Sail, from the strain felt by fleet commanders, isolated from higher authority and starved of.........


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The Illustrated Directory of Warships, from 1860 to the present day, by David Miller.


The Illustrated Directory of Warships, from 1860 to the present day, by David Miller.

Spectacularly illustrated details of all major aircraft carriers, battleships, battlecruisers, cruisers, destroyers and escorts from 1860 to the present.
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Malta Convoys 1940 - 1943 by Richard Woodman


Malta Convoys 1940 - 1943 by Richard Woodman

From the day Mussolinis Italy declared war on Britain in June 1940, the island of Malta was under siege. Its strategic importance was obvious to both sides, blocking as it did the supply route across the Mediterranean from Italy to the Axis armies in North Africa. It had to be bombed out of existence by the Axis powers, and preserved at all costs by the British. That Malta survived was due to the courage and fortitude of her people, and to the dauntless determination of the Royal Navy and the Merchant Navy. Here Richard Woodman tells the full, terrifying story of how - at fearsome cost - the impossible was achieved.
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