Calculation of the Transverse Strengths of Submarines by Marbec’s method
by Professor William Hovgaard
New York, Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1921.
12 page article from the Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, plus 6 plates of tables, graphs and diagrams
Encyclopaedia of British Submarines 1901-1955
Periscope Publishing, 2000.
an amazingly detailed reference work, listing and describing every British submarine from A1 onwards, including experimental types and classes.
illustrated with line drawings and with a 16-page section of photographs.
Cold War Command
the dramatic story of a nuclear submariner
by Woodman & Conley
in collaboration with Richard Woodman, Captain Dan Conley provides an excellent insight into the Royal Navy submarine service from the 1960’s to 90’s, both as a personal recollection and critical appraisal of the service
HMS Trenchant at War, from Chatham to the Banka Strait
Hezlet, Vice-Adm. Sir Arthur
Leo Cooper, 2001.
written by her Captain, the dramatic career of the British submarine ‘Trenchant’ in the last few months of world war two, including wreaking havoc on enemy shipping in the East Indies, and sinking the Japanese cruiser ‘Ashigara’.