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Series: Frank Cass: Naval Policy and History

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Austro-Hungarian Naval Policy, 1904-1914 by Milan N. Vego1
Far-flung Lines: Essays on Imperial Defence in Honour of Donald Mackenzie Schurman (Cass Studies: Naval Policy & His by Greg Kennedy2
Maritime strategy and continental wars by Raja Menon3
The Royal Navy and German Naval Disarmament 1942-1947 by Chris Madsen4
Naval Strategy and Operations in Narrow Seas (Woburn Education Series) by Milan N. Vego5
The Italian Navy and Fascist Expansionism, 1935-1940 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Robert Mallett7
Naval Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Operations: Stability from the Sea (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by James J. Wirtz10
Stalin's Ocean-going Fleet: Soviet Naval Strategy and Shipbuilding Programs, 1935-53 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Mikhail Monakov11
Technology and Naval Combat in the Twentieth Century and Beyond (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Phillips Payson O'Brien13
The Royal Navy and the Capital Ship in the Interwar Period: An Operational Perspective (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Joseph Moretz15
Britain's Anti-submarine Capability 1919-1939 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by George Franklin17
Naval Mutinies of the Twentieth Century: An International Perspective (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Christopher Bell19
The Road to Oran: Anglo-French Naval Relations, September 1939-July 1940 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by David Brown20
The Secret War Against Sweden: US and British Submarine Deception in the 1980s (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Ola Tunander21
Royal Navy Strategy in the Far East 1919-1939: Planning for War Against Japan (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Andrew Field22
Seapower: A Guide for the Twenty-First Century (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Geoffrey Till23
Britain's economic blockade of Germany, 1914-1919 by Eric W. Osborne24
Navies in Northern Waters (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Rolf Hobson26
British naval strategy east of Suez, 1900-2000 : influences & actions by Greg Kennedy28
The rise and fall of the Soviet Navy in the Baltic 1921-1940 by Gunnar Åselius29
The Royal Navy 1930-2000 (Naval Policy and History) by Richard Harding30
The Royal Navy and Maritime Power in the Twentieth Century (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Ian Speller31
Dreadnought Gunnery and the Battle of Jutland: The Question of Fire Control (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by John Brooks32
Greek Naval Strategy and Policy 1910-1919 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Zisis Fotakis33
Naval Blockades and Seapower: Strategies and Counter-Strategies, 1805-2005 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Bruce Elleman34
Anti-Submarine Warfare in World War I: British Naval Aviation and the Defeat of the U-Boats (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by John Abbatiello35
The Pacific Campaign in World War II: From Pearl Harbor to Guadalcanal (Naval Policy and History) (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by William Bruce Johnson36
The Royal Navy and Anti-Submarine Warfare, 1917-49 (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Malcolm Llewellyn-Jones37
The Development of British Naval Thinking: Essays in Memory of Bryan Ranft (Cass Series: Naval Policy and History) by Geoffrey Till38
Naval coalition warfare : from the Napoleonic War to Operation Iraqi Freedom by S. C. M. Paine41

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  1. The Fighting at Jutland: The Personal Experiences of Sixty Officers and Men of the British Fleet by H. W. Fawcett (2001)
  2. Seapower and Naval Warfare, 1650-1830 by Richard Harding (1999)
  3. Naval Weapons of World War One: Guns, Torpedoes, Mines, and ASW Weapons of All Nations: An Illustrated Directory by Norman Friedman (2011)
  4. The Royal Navy: An Illustrated History by Anthony J. Watts (1994)
  5. The Rules of the Game: Jutland and British Naval Command by Andrew Gordon (1981)
  6. The First World War by Allan R. Millett (1988)
  7. Inventing Grand Strategy and Teaching Command: The Classic Works of Alfred Thayer Mahan Reconsidered (Woodrow Wilson Center Press) by Jon Tetsuro Sumida (1997)
  8. Jutland 1916: death in the grey wastes by Peter Hart (2003)
  9. Castles of Steel: Britain, Germany, and the Winning of the Great War at Sea by Robert K. Massie (2003)
  10. The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future by Alfred Thayer Mahan (1897)
  11. Naval Firepower: Battleship Guns and Gunnery in the Dreadnaught Era by Norman Friedman (2008)
  12. Battleship Sailors by Harry Plevy (2001)
  13. The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy, Third Edition by Lawrence Freedman (1981)
  14. Falklands, Jutland And The Bight [Illustrated Edition] by Edward Barry Stewart Bingham (2013)
  15. The Decline of British Seapower by Desmond Wettern (1982)

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