by H.M. Le Fleming
Ian Allan, 1954.
we also have the editions for 1956, 1958 and 1960 available
Simpson, Michael (editor)
Navy Records Society, 2010
by A.C. Hardy
A & C Black, 1935.
sepia photos of 1930’s British warships, with descriptive text.
by F. & V. Gay
a volume in the excellent “Anatomy of the Ship” series.
possibly the fastest cruiser ever built, the Italian navy ‘Bartolomeo Colleoni’ was sunk by HMAS ‘Sydney’ in 1940
by Desmond Wettern
with signed presentation inscription from the author and a hand-written letter from him to Vice-Admiral Sir Roderick MacDonald.
a very detailed account of the Royal Navy in the twenty-five years following the end of world war 2
Kenworthy & YoungHutchinson, ca.1927
the official pictorial record produced by The Navy League in co-operation with the Admiralty
H.A. & W.L. Pitkin, .
Malta, Critien’s, 1937.
the third commission of the Royal Navy cruiser ‘Sussex’, to Australia and New Zealand, and back via various Mediterranean ports
Moore, Robert J. & Rodgaard, John A
Holywell Publishing, 2010.
the full story of the career of the V & W class destroyer, from her action in the Baltic in 1919 to her scrapping in 1948
Fan Publications, 2004.
well illustrated history of the first of the Royal Navy’s new generation of aircraft carriers
by Patrick Boniface
Periscope Publishing, 2006.
the long serving ‘Kent’ class cruiser, launched in 1926 and decommissioned in 1959.
Maritime Books, 2002.
detailing the aircraft carrier’s career from builders yard to shipbreaker, drawing on first hand accounts and many previously unpublished photos.
Fan Publications, 2001.
well illustrated history of the two Royal Navy aircraft carriers to bear the name ‘Hermes’