Vanguard to Trident: British Naval Policy Since World War II

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Naval Institute Press, 1987 - Great Britain - 487 pages
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This major study clearly demonstrates how cabinet-level decisions have shaped the British fleet, its size, capabilities, and activities, and also provides an assessment of naval policy since the Falklands and the problems that face the Royal Navy.

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The Revised Restricted Fleet
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