THE BRITISH CARRIER STRIKE FLEET AFTER 1945
Combines narratives of poorly understood operations with a clear analysis of the strategic and political background, benefiting from the author's personal experience of both carrier flying and the workings of Whitehall. It is an important but largely untold story of renewed significance as Britain once again embraces carrier aviation. Well illus.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 4733398
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