5 edition of The Royal Australian Navy in World War II found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-200) and index.
|Other titles||Royal Australian Navy in World War Two|
|Statement||edited by David Stevens.|
|Contributions||Stevens, David, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||D779.A8 R69 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||96157571|
Nightraiders: U.S. Navy, Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy, and Royal Netherlands Navy Mine Forces Battling the Japanese in the Pacific in World War II. Cdr. David D. Bruhn, USN (Retired) and Lt. Cdr. Rob Hoole, RN (Retired). As war with Japan was imminent, the British laid minefields off Hong Kong and Singapore; the D. The book includes a list of RAN and RN Officers serving with DEMS, as well as the names of RN and Maritime Royal Artillery Officers attached to DEMS; a list of Australian DEMS with official serial numbers; and a list of vessels to which RAN DEMS ratings were drafted during World War II.
George Cross & Albert Medal at Sea, Medal of Honor at Sea, Imperial Japanese Navy and Order of the Golden Kite - A Note. SERVICE HISTORIES of 1, ROYAL NAVY WARSHIPS in WORLD WAR 2, including Class Information, by Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey Mason, RN (Rtd) Note: only a limited number of escorts are included in the. Royal Australian Navy - World War II. Why are warships named as they are? The Royal Australian Navy has inherited a tradition handed down from the Royal Navy, but in recent years has moved to.
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In American histories of the naval battles in the Pacific during World War II there are often little side messages such as the Australian Navy cruiser 'Canberra' lost at the Battle of Savo Island. In general, the activities of the Australians have been ignored (as has the Australian Army's fight along the Kokoda trail)/5(3).
With new material provided by leading The Royal Australian Navy in World War II book historians from Australia and overseas, this revised edition of The Royal Australian Navy in World War II more fully examines the part the Royal Australian Navy played throughout six years of global conflict.
Drawing on recently released official documents and the latest scholarly research, 2/5(1). The American naval commitment to the South Pacific / Ian Cowman --The contribution of industry to Navy's war in the Pacific / Chris Clark --Savo in retrospect / Bruce Loxton --South-West Pacific Sea frontiers: sea power in the Australian context / David Stevens --Touching on Fairmiles / Marsden Hordern --The RAN Hydrographic Branch.
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Description. Title: The Royal Australian Navy in World War II Editor: Stevens, David Condition: Very Good Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket – pages Comments: The history of the Royal Australian Navy during World War Two.
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian. Australian naval policy --The Pacific war: a strategic overview --Forging an alliance?: the American naval commitment to the South Pacific, --The effect of World War II on RAN-RN relations --The contribution of industry to Navy's war in the Pacific --The Royal Australian Navy in the Mediterranean in World War II --Savo in.
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