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Battleships and Battlecruisers were still seen as the height of sea power at the beginning of WWII, and having the most powerful and fastest battleships was considered all important, but by the war's end, these floating fortresses found their...read more

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Translated copy of the diary found at Barra Musa Kebir Island from the Italian submarine “Macalle”, with 151 photographs, many of ships and harbour at Port Sudan, located in the Archives and Special Collections of Palace Green Library at Durham University...read more

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The Wartime European Carriers.- ‘Experience with regard to the suitability of the present type of aircraft carrier must still be evaluated. Examination of enemy naval strategy in ocean warfare leads, however, to the clear recognition of the fact that aircraft carriers or cruisers with flight...read more

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Operation “Pedestal”, Convoy to Malta, 11-15 August 1942 with particular reference to the strategic value of Malta in the Mediterranean during the Second World War.  

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The lack of a decisive British victory in theMediterranean theater fundamentally affected British maritime strategy throughout the Second World War. The Royal Italian Navy, or RegiaMarina Italiana (RMI), exerted a disproportionate influence on British strategy and fleet disposition, because its...read more

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