British Seapower and Procurement Between the Wars: A Reappraisal of Rearmament
Britain's armament policy between wars was unique and independent from other military powers. Its naval programs were created and protected by an admiralty that enjoyed an autonomy unlike the other services. This meant that the navy was both more prepared in some areas and woefully unprepared in others when WWII arrived. Acidic paper. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Pub Date: 1988
Size: 5.75 x 9.00 inches
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