Items from Seaweed

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  2. Wingfield at War by Mervyn Wingfield

    An entertaining story of a hard-fought war in submarines
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  3. Through Albert's Eyes by A Bentley-Buckle

    A very interesting sea story about a very interesting person.
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  4. Enigma by David Balme

    HMS Bulldog's secret 1941 capture of an Enigma machine, by the man who did it.
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  5. Morse Code Wrens of Station X by Anne Glyn-Jones

    A Wren's WW2 career as a telegraphist listening to the enemy, told with engaging humour.
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  6. Alastair Denniston by Joel Greenberg

    A fascinating biography of Alexander ('Alastair') Guthrie Davidson, 1881-1961, wheelhorse of British Signal Intelligence at the start of Hitler's...
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  7. The Royal Navy's Air Service in the Great War by David Hobbs

    An exhaustive and engrossing account of the pioneering development of naval aviation by the Royal Navy 1914-18, and the disastrous absorption of...
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  8. Nelson’s Lost Jewel by Martyn Downer

    The story of Nelson's Chelengk, the jewel presented to him by the Ottoman Sultan, its vicissitudes and its loss.
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  9. The Most Dangerous Moment of the War by John Clancy

    Japan's attack on British forces in the Indian Ocean 1942
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  10. Far Distant Ships by Quintin Barry

    The RN's twenty-two victorious years on France's doorstep, 1793-1815
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  11. The Naval War in the Baltic 1939-1945 by Poul Groos

    What must become the standard work for British readers about Baltic operations in WW2
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  12. Running a Big Ship by Captain Rory O'Conor

    A very detailed prescription for how a pre-war battleship or cruiser was organised and run.
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  13. The Glovemaker's Son by Nick Carter

    An interesting short biography of Lt Joseph Dewsnap RN, 1776-1837, compiled by his great great great grandson.
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  14. The Challenges of Command: The RN’s Executive Branch Officers, 1880-1919 by Robert L Davison

    A disappointing attempt to turn a PhD thesis into a coherent, readable book.
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  15. British Warship Recognition Vol.IV by Richard Perkins

    A very elegant rendition of a comprehensive set of detailed watercolours of early Royal Navy cruisers depicting each as she changed throughout her...
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