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The Titanic and the Californian
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|July 15, 2015

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'Fresh and valuable... Mr Padfield knows what he is writing about...with a knowledge and devotion displayed by no previous writer.' Times Literary Supplement 'This is not just another book on the Titanic but a fascinating revelation.' Birmingham Post 'The…
Donitz et la guerre des u-boote
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|December 6, 2017

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Hess, Hitler And Churchill: The Real Turning Point Of The Second World War - A Secret History

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When Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess set off for Britain on a peace mission in May 1941, he launched one of the great mysteries of the Second World War. Had he really acted alone, without Hitler's knowledge? Who were the British he had come to see? Was British…
Battleship
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|July 15, 2015

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'Well written and balanced in judgement and makes good use of the primary printed material in the Naval Library... Above all it deserves particular attention for its author's specialised knowledge of the development of naval gunnery and fire control.' Times…
Rule Britannia
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|October 1, 2013

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It is hard today to envisage the era when the Royal Navy ruled the seas, its cruisers and gunboats policing Britain's worldwide empire and trade, its battlefleet providing the force behind Britain's global power. It was a legendary service carrying an aura of…
War Beneath the Sea
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|June 7, 2013

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This is the first book to cover all submarine and anti-submarine operations of the major powers, U.S., British, German, Japanese and Italian in the Second World War. The canvas is broad and deep, from the strategic perspective at the top to the cramped and…
Tide Of Empires: Decisive Naval Campaigns In The Rise Of The West Volume 2 1654-1763

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Beginning with England poised to take over as foremost world trading and naval power, leading through the epic struggle of both maritime powers against Bourbon France, this volume, originally published in 1982, concludes with England's assumption of the…
Tide Of Empires: Decisive Naval Campaigns In The Rise Of The West Volume 1 1481-1654

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Stripped of dogma, national bias and historical legend, this volume of naval history deals with the preiod from Ventian sea supremacy and the Portuguese campaigns of discovery to the Dutch conquest of a world-wide maritime empire, and finally the emergence of…
Nelson's War
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|July 15, 2015

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'Has the authentic tang of the sea, salty, sharp, refreshing.' Yorkshire Post 'Viewing Trafalgar as the fitting finale to twelve years of hard fighting at sea, Peter Padfield selects and fights over again six crucial battles fought under four great admirals,…
Salt and Steel
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|December 4, 2014

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'There are many riches in Salt and Steel. The book is not really to be compared with most of the stuff that passes for naval historical novel-writing; if one said simply that it was 'better', that would belittle it.' The Naval Review 'This powerful novel…
The Lion's Claw
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|December 11, 2014

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'Giving rein at last to his excellent narrative gifts, Mr Padfield has his readers thoroughly involved.' The Mariner's Mirror This novel by one of Britain's leading naval historians introduces Lieutenant Guy Greville, intelligence officer of Her Majesty's…
The Unquiet Gods
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|November 18, 2014

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'A bright new star rises on the ocean waves.' Sunday Telegraph Lieutenant Guy Greville of HMS Dulcinea and the corvette's diehard sailing captain, the Earl of Saxmundham, who cannot abide engines or engineers, were last met off East Africa in The Lion's Claw.…
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