Published 1987 by Published by Temple Smith, Gower Pub. Co., for the Navy Records Society in Aldershot, Hants, Brookfield, Vt .
Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Paul G. Halpern.|
|Series||Publications of the Navy Records Society ;, vol. 126|
|Contributions||Halpern, Paul G., 1937-|
|LC Classifications||DA70 .A1 vol. 126, D581 .A1 vol. 126|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 623 p. :|
|Number of Pages||623|
|LC Control Number||87012011|
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Get this from a library. The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, [Paul G Halpern;]. The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, This volume needs to be read in conjunction with NRS Volume Policy and Operations in the Mediterranean, The Mediterranean was a secondary theatre for the Royal Navy and the ships tended to be ageing and retired from fleet duty.
France assumed the major responsibility, along with. This volume needs to be read in conjunction with NRS Volume Policy and Operations in the Mediterranean, The Mediterranean was a secondary theatre for the Royal Navy and the ships tended to be ageing and retired from fleet : Hardcover.
An Index to "British Warships " by F J Dittmar & J J Colledge Introduction "BRITISH WARSHIPS, ", published by Ian Allan,is the only available listing of most of the vessels that served in the Royal Navy during the Great War and into Paul G. Halpern (born 27 January ) is a retired American educator, naval historian and documentary editor.
His primary focus has been the history of the Royal Navy in the period surrounding the First World War and in Naval warfare in the Mediterranean during World War describing his career of achievement in publishing six volumes of edited naval documents.
Looking for books by Paul G. Halpern. See all books authored by Paul G. Halpern, including The Mediterranean Naval Situation, (Harvard Historical Studies), and The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, (Publications of the Navy Records Society, Vol ), and more on The Naval Miscellany, Volume VI: The Public Order Book of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson, Commander in Chief of a Squadron of Ships and Vessels Employed on a Particular Service, July-October The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, Posted by, in The Naval Miscellany, Volume V.
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There 1915-1918 book small variations between manufacturers, mainly in the steam turbines used, and whether they had one or two nt: 2 × Škoda 66 mm ( in) L/30 guns, 4. Halpern's later books include publications of the Navy Records Society, (refer External links above) The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, (Volume), and The Mediterranean Fleet, (Volume).
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Rodger: Vol. The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean, by Paul G. Halpern: No The Expedition of Sir John Norris and Sir Francis Drake to Spain and Portugal, by R. Wernham: No Paul G. Halpern, Professor of History at Florida State University, is author of A Naval History of World War I; The Naval War The Royal Navy in the Mediterranean the Mediterranean, – /5.
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