Royal Navy 100 Years of Modern Warfare Book
92130 100yrs of Modern Warfare, £40.00
Respected author and military historian Julian Thompson, who served in the Royal Marines for 34 years, examines how the Royal Navy has protected Britains shores and wider interests in the century since the Battle of Jutland in 1916.
This lavishly printed, hardback book features more than 200 photographs, and covers both World Wars and the Falklands campaign as well as the Navys broader modern role in antipiracy operations and assisting humanitarian crises.
Also included are 15 removable facsimile documents including: report on the X-craft attack on Tirpitz, eyewitness account of the sinking of Bismarck, and a hand-drawn map of the Dardanelles campaign.
It has been produced in association with the National Museum of the Royal Navy one of the worlds oldest maritime museums which houses an unparalleled collection of naval hardware, documents, and photographs.
80 pages. Measures 11x10".
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