THE UNION NAVY DURING THE CIVIL
Donald L Canney surveys this navy’s diverse
assortment of vessels.
KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH I
OF THE AUSTRO- HUNGARIAN NAVY
The development of the torpedo-ram cruiser is
analysed by Erwin F Sieche.
THE MAST AND FUNNEL QUESTION
John Brooks looks at fire-control positions in British
ON THE BRINK OF ARMAGEDDON
Capital ship development on the eve of The Great
War is examined by Keith McBride.
THE DAY THE ADMIRALS WEPT
R D Layman studies the impact of the sinking of the
former German battleship Ostfriesland.
BRITISH HEAVY COAST-DEFENCE GUNS IN
WORLD WAR II
The history and technical details of the guns
employed at Dover and Singapore are described by
THE 7600-TONNE CRUISERS
John Jordan looks at the design and traces the
employment of the cruisers of the La Galissonnière
THE LAST OF THE CHINA GUNBOATS
Richard N J Wright tells the story of these vessels
from their entry into service at the end of the last
GERMAN AUXILIARIES AT WAR 1939-1945
Pierre Hervieux outlines the wartime actions of the
German minesweepers, submarine chasers and
Thomas G Lynch describes the operational
histories of these two carriers.
SIR ROWLAND BAKER
D K brown outlines the career of one of the great
British naval constructors.
THE 1950s COASTAL FRIGATE DESIGNS
An unbuilt 3rd Rate design is described by George
Short articles devoted to some intriguing
backwaters of warship history.
THE NAVAL YEAR IN REVIEW
A summary of the significant events and
developments, compiled by Ian Sturton.