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The Royal Navy, 1930-2000: Innovation and Defense

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: The Royal Navy, Innovation and Defense (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) (): Harding, Richard: Books. This new book explores innovation within the Royal Navy from the financial constraints of the s to World War Two, the Cold War and the refocusing of the Royal Navy after Successful.

This new book explores innovation within the Royal Navy from the financial constraints of the s to World War Two, the Cold War and the refocusing of the Royal Navy after Successful adaptation to new conditions has been critical to all navies at all times.

To naval historians the significance and process of change is not new, but in rCited by: 2. Richard Harding This new book explores innovation within the Royal Navy from the financial constraints of the s to World War Two, the Cold War and the refocusing of the Royal Navy after Successful adaptation to new conditions has been critical to all navies at all times.

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To naval historians the significance and process of change is not new, but in recent years innovation has been increasingly. HardingRichard, ed. The Royal Navy, – Innovation and Defence. London and New York: Frank Cass, Pp. xvi+ $ (cloth). - Volume 45 Issue 3 - John Beeler.

Review of "The Royal Navy, Innovation and Defence" edited by Richard Harding This is a collection of 10 essays written by experts on the British navy about its development over a period of 70 years.

Not only do they cover a fairly lengthy period of time, the breadth of the subjects these experts tackle is quite impressive as well. Buy The Royal Navy, Innovation and Defence: Innovation and Defense (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) 1 by Harding, Richard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Although technological change was a great success--every navy soon switched to oil--it did not constitute a strategic advance for Britain. Harding, Richard The Royal Navy, innovation and defence (London ) Harding, Richard A great and glorious victory: new perspectives on the Battle of Trafalgar (London ) Hattendorf, John B et al (eds.) British Naval documents, (Navy Records Society, Aldershot ) Herman, Arthur To Rule the Waves: how the British Navy.

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The first is essentially a minute by minute dissection of the actual Battle of Jutland, which I must admit is sometimes difficult reading.

Of far more interest to me is the other part of this book in which Gordon lays out the hundred years of organizational decline of the Royal Navy that led up to the battle.

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But the Royal Navy will desperately need new submarines, maybe much sooner. The Submarine Service runs at an impressive operational tempo.

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