Published May 1984 by Maritime Books .
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This is a well-written and interesting book on a neglected topic (I even took it to bed with me on several occasions). The author is an ex-Royal-Navy officer who served on RN carriers post-WWII, and this professional background contributes a unique and useful perspective to his account/5(81).
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Britain’s Royal Navy is a disciplined command-and-control organization that moves across million square miles of the world’s oceans. Although few environments are tougher than a ship or submarine, I’ve been struck, while conducting research on the Royal Navy, by the extent to which these engines of war run on “soft” leadership skills.
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The book’s central focus is to challenge the common assumption that the Nelsonic-era Royal Navy was manned exclusively by British sailors and officers.
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