Book Review-‘Seaforth World Naval Review 2017’ ed. by C. Waters

By Devere Crooks, published November 2020

Abstract

According to its dust jacket, the Seaforth World Naval Review 2017 aims to provide a ‘dedicated annual survey of naval developments’ and to be ‘valuable for enthusiasts and defence professionals alike’. The informative and user-friendly volume delivers in both of these respects, though it perhaps fails to meet the higher bar (also from the dust jacket) of providing ‘a summary of all that has happened in the naval world during the previous twelve months’. This last statement would be more accurate if qualified slightly as a ‘summary of all that has happened in the world of naval platform technology and procurement …

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Subjects include: Navies

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