1. Seaweed

    Bayly's War by Steve R Dunn

    This is four stories skilfully woven together. The backdrop is the story of RN antisubmarine warfare in the Western Approaches and Irish Sea during the First World War. Within this it is the biography of Admiral Sir Lewis Bayly who ran the campaign from Queenstown (now Cobh), consolidating under...
  2. Seaweed

    Churchill’s Greatest Fear by Richard Doherty

    This is a one-volume history of the Battle of the Atlantic. The author is a prolific and established military historian; this appears to be his first treatment of a naval subject. It is written from a Command perspective and provides an economical narrative covering a very complex subject. It...
  3. Ageing_Gracefully

    IImages of War: U-Boat Prey: Merchant Sailors at War 1939-1942 by Philip Kaplan

    Flicking in at 128 pages and packed with photographs and posters; the book is written by the author Philip Kaplan. Philip is a former art director of the popular American magazine Playboy during the 70’s. A former member of the American Army Reserve, he now lives in the UK with his wife, who is...