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Submarine Warfare

Submarine Warfare

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  1. United States Navy Submarines 1900-2019 (Images of War)

    Michael Green

    Rare Photographs from Wartime Archives This superbly illustrated yet affordable book is a must for all naval enthusiasts.
  2. The Deadly Trade

    Iain Ballantyne

    The Complete History of Submarine Warfare From Archimedes to the Present Originally a puny craft, derided as being of no worth, the submarine evolved to become an assassin of the deep, capable of sinking mighty battleships and gigantic aircraft carriers. The cast of colourful and courageous characters includes a former monk who created submersible boats to assist the cause of Irish liberation, a spy who hid Confederate submarine secrets in her bonnet during the American Civil War and many a daring young captain who perished along with he men they command. During the two world wars no corner of the globe was safe from the depredations of submarines. The spectacular (and terrifying) story continued with the Cold War into the 21st century, making the submarine the most powerful vessel ever built, carrying enough nuclear weapons to end life on Earth.
  3. Astute Class Nuclear Submarines - 2010 to date

    Jonathan Gates

    The Astute-class is the largest, most advanced and most powerful attack submarine ever operated by the Royal Navy, combining world-leading sensors, design and weaponry in a versatile vessel. The submarines are nuclear-propelled and fuelled by a nuclear reactor powerful enough to supply a city the size of Southampton. Its advanced technology means the submarines will never need to be refuelled. They employ the latest technology such as the Sonar 2076 that detects the sound of enemy submarines using the largest number of hydrophones ever fitted to a submarine. Linked with powerful onboard electronics these provide the submarines with outstanding sensitivity. The Astute submarines are armed with the latest versions of Spearfish heavy-weight torpedoes and Tomahawk land-attack cruise missiles.
  4. THE SILENT DEEP

    Hennessy & Jinks

    The ‘must read’ book for anyone interested in Royal Navy submarine operations since WWII. Superbly written by two master historians, the book is powerful, commanding and constantly fascinating with a light and easy to read tone. Written with unprecedented access to classified documents, naval archives, serving and retired personnel, The Silent Deep is an authoritative history of the Royal Navy’s Submarine Service. If you served in submarines, worked with submarines or ever wondered what submarines did; this book is for you.

     

    NOTE: Hardback now out of print and unavailable

  5. On Her Majesty's Nuclear Service

    Eric Thompson

    One of the first ever memoirs by a Royal Navy nuclear submarine officer, this is the inside story of the men who ensured that 'Mutually Assured Destruction' was maintained at all times during the Cold War. In his journey, the author leads the reader through top-secret submarine patrols, hush-hush scientific trials, underwater weapon developments, public relations battles with nuclear protesters, arm-wrestling with politicians and the changing roles of females and homosexuals in the Navy. It is essentially a human story, rich in both drama and comedy, like the Russian spy trawler that played dance music at passing submarines. There was never a dull moment. Behind the lighter moments was a deadly serious game. This, the inside story of Britain's nuclear deterrent, reveals the secretive life of submarines and the men who served on them; they kept their watch, and by maintaining the threat of ‘Mutually Assured Destruction' helped keep Britain and the world safe.
  6. Oceans Ventured - Winning the Cold War at Sea

    John Lehman

    A thrilling story of the Cold War, told by a former navy secretary on the basis of recently declassified documents. When Ronald Reagan took office in January 1981, the United States and NATO were losing the Cold War. The USSR had superiority in conventional weapons and manpower in Europe, and had embarked on a massive program to gain naval preeminence. In Oceans Ventured, John Lehman reveals for the first time the untold story of the naval operations that played a major role in winning the Cold War.
  7. Hitler's 'Wonder' U-Boats

    Jak P Mallmann Showell

    Launched during the last days of the Third Reich in an attempt to restart the Battle of the Atlantic, the majority of these revolutionary Electro-U-boats never saw action. Instead they became the forebears of the Cold War’s much dreaded hunter killer submarines.
  8. BRITISH WARSHIPS AND AUXILIARIES 2018

    Steve Bush

    The fully revised, updated and respected guide to the ships,aircraft and weapons of the fleet. Over 80 colour photos. Complete with pennant numbers and silhouettes. Includes Royal Marine Craft and Border Agency vessels. Includes a new entry for HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH as she joined the Fleet in 2017.

    Regular Price: £9.99

    Special Price £6.50

  9. FRUITFUL REWARDING YEARS

    Sam Fry

    Sam Fry takes the reader on a journey through his rich and varied life. It begins with his family who gave Sam a love of the sea and the goal to do his best in life - a value that he steadfastedly adhered to all his career.

    After joining the Royal Navy he went on to command five submarines and a destroyer. His tale is more than simply one man's account of life in the Submarine Service, it is also a valuable social and naval history of the Royal Navy in the second half of the 20th century. It will also be enjoyed by all those that appreciate a 'good yarn'.

    Regular Price: £19.95

    Special Price £14.99

  10. BARROW BUILT SUBMARINES

    Lieutenant Commander B Downer

    This book forms a part of the NavyBooks series on warships built at the many shipyards around UK. However, it is also slightly different, while the expected technical details and specifications are included, as well as much interesting history of the employment and operations of the submarines pictured, and the men that served in them, every image is a painting and not a photograph. 

    Regular Price: £25.00

    Special Price £10.25

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