1. Seaweed

    Seaforth World Naval Review 2017 ed. Conrad Waters

    This is an extraordinarily useful annual from the point of view of a comprehensive update on the world’s navies, principally in the domain of construction and acquisition. The authors are particularly good at sketching in the political, strategic, and procurement background of each country dealt...
  2. Seaweed

    Britain's Future Navy by Nick Childs (2014 edn)

    Nick Childs, a BBC journalist, here examines our place in the world and what this means in terms of our future maritime warfare requirements. This is a 2014 paperback revision of the 2012 original. It comes with a Foreword (and thus endorsement) by Admiral Sir Jock Slater. The book opens with a...