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Despatches from the Front: Capital Ships at War 1939-1945, compiled John Grehan & Martin Mace

Despatches from the Front: Capital Ships at War 1939-1945, compiled John Grehan & Martin Mace

At the start of the Second World War many still saw the battleship as being at the heart of naval power, but over the course of the war it became increasingly clear that this was no longer the case. This series of official Royal Navy reports traces that decline, but also shows that surface warfare did play a part in the fighting at sea. We start with the Battle of the River Plate, something of a classic small scale naval action, entirely fought between surface units. Next comes the sinking of the Bismarck, a series of reports that also covers the loss of the Hood. Here we see both sides of the picture, with the Hood being destroyed by gunfire while the Bismarck was sunk by a combination of air power, gunfire and torpedoes.

Next comes the loss of the Prince of Wales and the Repulse, at the hands of Japanese air power. This battle proved that surface vessels unsupported by air power were very vulnerable, although one can also argue that the British were both unlucky (in that they almost escaped evasion) and foolhardy (operating without proper air cover in what were becoming hostile waters).

The most exciting of the reports covers the 'X craft' attacks on the Tirpitz, which saw a handful of miniature submarines inflict crippling damage on the massive German battleship. Once again the massive capital ship proved to be vulnerable to much smaller attacks, although this time of a rather unusual type.

The battle of the North Cape, which saw the sinking of the Scharnhorst, was the last clash between battleships to involve the Royal Navy, and was dominated by surface vessels. In that respect it went against the trend of events, but it did confirm that the major units of the German fleet couldn't safely operate within range of British capital ships.

The inclusion of the final set of reports, from the British Pacific Fleet in 1945, is something of a cheat, as they really cover carrier operations. There were battleships with the fleet, but they played a very minor role in events. Perhaps more than any other case this demonstrates how the role of the battleship had changed during the six years of war.

This is an interesting selection of wartime combat reports, giving a good idea of how the people involved in the battles saw them. There is also an interesting insight into the process of gathering intelligence in the case of the attack on the Tirpitz, with a series of reports produced as more information became available, ending with the report written after the British survivors were released at the end of the war.

Chapters
1 - The Battle of the River Plate
2 - The sinking of the German Battleship Bismarck
3 - The loss of HMS Prince of Wales and Repulse
4 - The X-Craft attack on Tirpitz
5 - The Battle of North Cape and the sinking of Scharnhorst
6 - The contribution of the British Pacific Fleet on the Assault on Okinawa 1945

Compiled: John Grehan & Martin Mace
Edition: Hardcover
Pages: 224
Publisher: Pen & Sword Maritime
Year: 2014



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Despatches in this volume include those relating to the sinking of the German battleship Graf Spee in the Battle of the River Plate in 1939, the loss of the battleships HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse in the Far East, the sinking of the German battle cruiser Scharnhorst in 1943, the attack on Tirpitz by midget submarines, the contribution by British Pacific Fleet to the assault on Okinawa in 1945 (which included four Royal Navy battleships), and the sinking of Bismarck in 1941.

This unique collection of original documents will prove to be an invaluable resource for historians, students and all those interested in what was one of the most significant periods in British military history.

This is an interesting selection of wartime combat reports, giving a good idea of how the people involved in the battles saw them. There is also an interesting insight into the process of gathering intelligence in the case of the attack on the Tirpitz, with a series of reports produced as more information became available, ending with the report written after the British survivors were released at the end of the war.

Read the complete review here.

History of War

The two latest titles from our ‘Despatches from the Front’ series. Capital Ships at War (ISBN 9781783462049) includes official reports on the Battles of the River Plate and Denmark Straight the despatch from Admiral Tovey on the loss of HMS Hood the reports on the sinking of HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse from the senior surviving officer full despatches on the midget submarine attack upon the Tirpitz, as well as a full account of the British Pacific Fleet in 1945.
The War at Sea in the Mediterranean (ISBN 9781783462223) comprises of a detailed summary of the Malta convoys, the official account of the Taranto raid reports of the Battles of Matapan, Sirte, Calabria and Cape Spartivento and despatches on Coastal Forces and actions in the Agean.
Altogether, both titles provide some of the most exciting stories of the Second World War.

Ton Class Association

The book is of value on a number of levels. A useful reproduction of some primary sources on major naval events.

Marine News

Offers a fresh perspective on familiar clashes.

Warships IFR

This book will be valued by enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Firetrench

J JOHN GREHAN has written, edited or contributed to more than 300 books and magazine articles covering a wide span of military history from the Iron Age to the recent conflict in Afghanistan. John has also appeared on local and national radio and television to advise on military history topics.

Martin Mace has been involved in writing and publishing military history for more than twenty years. He began his career with local history, writing a book on the Second World War anti-invasion defences in West Sussex. Following the success of this book, he established Historic Military Press, which has published a wide range of titles. Having launched Britain at War Magazine, he has been its editor since the first issue in May 2007.


Capital Ships at War, 1939–1945

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From the decision to build six heavy frigates, through the cliff-hanger campaign against Tripoli, to the war that shook the world in 1812, Ian W. Toll tells this grand tale with the political insight of Founding Brothers and the narrative flair of Patrick O'Brian.

With these words, Lieutenant Commander Robert W. Copeland addressed the crew of the destroyer escort USS Samuel B. Roberts on the morning of October 25, 1944, off the Philippine Island of Samar. On the horizon loomed the mightiest ships of the Japanese navy, a massive fleet that represented the last hope of a staggering empire. All that stood between it and Douglas MacArthur’ s vulnerable invasion force were the Roberts and the other small ships of a tiny American flotilla poised to charge into history.

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BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James D. Hornfischer's Neptune's Inferno.

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DESPATCHES FROM THE FRONT: CAPITAL SHIPS AT WAR 1939-1945

In this volume in the Despatches From the Front series, the war of the Capital ships are covered. Actions featured include the entrapment and destruction of the pocket battleship Graf Spee in 1939 the loss of the battleships Prince of Wales and Repulse by the Japanese the sinking of the Scharnhorst in 1943 and the attack on the Tirpitz by midget submarines.

Description

Despatches in this volume include those relating to the sinking of the German battleship Graf Spee in the Battle of the River Plate in 1939, the loss of the battleships HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse in the Far East, the sinking of the German battle cruiser Scharnhorst in 1943, the attack on Tirpitz by midget submarines, the contribution by British Pacific Fleet to the assault on Okinawa in 1945 (which included four Royal Navy battleships), and the sinking of Bismarck in 1941.
This unique collection of original documents will prove to be an invaluable resource for historians, students and all those interested in what was one of the most significant periods in British military history.


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Despatches in this volume include those relating to the sinking of the German battleship Graf Spee in the Battle of the River Plate in 1939, the loss of the battleships HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse in the Far East, the sinking of the German battle cruiser Scharnhorst in 1943, the attack on Tirpitz by midget submarines, the contribution by British Pacific Fleet to the assault on Okinawa in 1945 (which included four Royal Navy battleships), and the sinking of Bismarck in 1941.

This unique collection of original documents will prove to be an invaluable resource for historians, students and all those interested in what was one of the most significant periods in British military history.

This is an interesting selection of wartime combat reports, giving a good idea of how the people involved in the battles saw them. There is also an interesting insight into the process of gathering intelligence in the case of the attack on the Tirpitz, with a series of reports produced as more information became available, ending with the report written after the British survivors were released at the end of the war.

Read the complete review here.

History of War

The two latest titles from our ‘Despatches from the Front’ series. Capital Ships at War (ISBN 9781783462049) includes official reports on the Battles of the River Plate and Denmark Straight the despatch from Admiral Tovey on the loss of HMS Hood the reports on the sinking of HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse from the senior surviving officer full despatches on the midget submarine attack upon the Tirpitz, as well as a full account of the British Pacific Fleet in 1945.
The War at Sea in the Mediterranean (ISBN 9781783462223) comprises of a detailed summary of the Malta convoys, the official account of the Taranto raid reports of the Battles of Matapan, Sirte, Calabria and Cape Spartivento and despatches on Coastal Forces and actions in the Agean.
Altogether, both titles provide some of the most exciting stories of the Second World War.

Ton Class Association

The book is of value on a number of levels. A useful reproduction of some primary sources on major naval events.

Marine News

Offers a fresh perspective on familiar clashes.

Warships IFR

This book will be valued by enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Firetrench

J JOHN GREHAN has written, edited or contributed to more than 300 books and magazine articles covering a wide span of military history from the Iron Age to the recent conflict in Afghanistan. John has also appeared on local and national radio and television to advise on military history topics.

Martin Mace has been involved in writing and publishing military history for more than twenty years. He began his career with local history, writing a book on the Second World War anti-invasion defences in West Sussex. Following the success of this book, he established Historic Military Press, which has published a wide range of titles. Having launched Britain at War Magazine, he has been its editor since the first issue in May 2007.


DESPATCHES FROM THE FRONT: BRITISH BATTLES OF THE CR**EA WARS 1854-1856

The Crimean War was Britain’s most costly and destructive conflict of the Victorian era. Best known for the Charge of the Light Brigade, the whole campaign was conducted with the same courageous ineptitude as that futile endeavour. In these original despatches, written by both the Army commanders and the much more successful Admirals, we read of the hard fought battles of the Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege of Sevastopol, and the triumphs of the Navy in the Baltic.

Description

The Crimean War was the most destructive armed conflict of the Victorian era. It is remembered for the unreasoning courage of the Charge of the Light Brigade, for the precise volleys of the Thin Red Line, and the impossible assaults upon Sevastopol’s Redan. It also demonstrated the inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the British military system based on privilege and purchase of commissions.
Poor organisation at staff level, and weak leadership from the Commander-in-Chief with a lack of appreciation of the conditions the troops would experience in the Crimea resulted in the needless death of thousands of soldiers. The Royal Navy, by comparison, was highly effective and successfully undertook its operations in the Baltic, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
The relative performance of the two branches of Britain’s armed forces is reflected in the despatches sent back to the UK by the respective commanders. The comparative wealth of detail provided by Admirals Napier, Dundas and Lyons contrast sharply with the limited, though frequent, communications from Generals Raglan, Codrington and Simpson.
The despatches of all these commanding officers are presented in this compilation just as they were when first published in the 1850s. They tell of the great battles of the Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, of the continuing struggle against Sevastopol and the naval operations which cut the Russian communications and ensured an eventual, if costly, victory.


WORLD WAR 2 1939-1945

CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS, including London Gazette Despatches
Battle of the River Plate 1939

OTHER NEW ADDITIONS
United States Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps Casualties 1941-45 an ongoing project

THOSE WHO SERVED

ROYAL & DOMINION NAVY CASUALTIES 1939-45, by Name and Date/Ship, including Royal Marines , by Don Kindell, US Researcher, compiled from Admiralty Documents

Edward Palmer BEM, Coxswain, attack on HMS Foyle Bank July 1940

Harold Siddall, Stoker, 1916-97, from Scapa Flow to Crete, and on to a German Stalag

Henry Sutton, Petty Officer, HMS Blackpool, and his Letter from Normandy, June 1944

Frank Taylor, Able Seaman, HMS Scarab, Mediterranean service 1943-44 (external site)

Basil Woolf, MID, Petty Officer, the Battle for Walcheren, 1st November 1944

SHIPS

SERVICE HISTORIES of 1,000 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 above Service Histories. Much of their careers, including those of Dominion and Allied Navies operating with the Royal Navy, can be found in Convoy Escort Movement following :

CONVOY ESCORT MOVEMENTS of ROYAL and DOMINION NAVY VESSELS , including Allied Naval Vessels under RN Command, by Don Kindell based on the researches of the late Lt-Cdr Arnold Hague RNR

British Naval Losses by Name, Date, Theatre, Type of ship, from "British Vessels Lost at Sea, 1939-45", HMSO

H.M. Ships Damaged or Sunk by Enemy Action, 1939-1945, Official Admiralty Report, 1952 (external site, PDF download)

HMS Charybdis:

Her Loss and Commemoration, by the Charybdis Association

Account of Her Loss, from Captured German Archives

British Yard Minesweeper BYMS-72, captured in 1943 Aegean Campaign, by Cdr Bruhn USN

Thames Lighters at War, off the British & US Normandy beaches

ROYAL NAVY

WORLD WAR 2 - GUIDE TO THE ROYAL NAVY'S ORGANISATION 1939-1945 , by Dr Graham Watson

Naval Life and Customs by Lt-Cdr John Irving RN, a gem of a book

Pendant Numbers, with Addendum on the Pacific 1944-45 . all by Lt Cdr G Mason

DOMINION and ALLLIED NAVIES under Royal Navy control

Royal Norwegian Navy - ship histories, convoy movements, casualties 1940-45 plus links

EVENTS

ROYAL, DOMINION & ALLIED NAVIES in WORLD WAR 2 , Month-by-Month across all Theatres Originally published by Ian Allan, 1989

NAVAL and MILITARY CAMPAIGN SUMMARIES , by Type of Warfare, Navies, Theatres . both by Gordon Smith

BRITISH and OTHER NAVIES DAY-BY-DAY 1939-42 , Ship Movements, Actions, Losses by Don Kindell

ADMIRALTY WAR DIARIES and REPORTS , transcribed by Don Kindell

CONVOYS

Supply of Malta 1940-1942, including the Malta Convoys

Route to the East - the WS (Winston’s Special) Convoys . both by the late Lt-Cdr Arnold Hague RNR

Russian Convoys, including Russian Front Summary Maps

Allied Convoy Codes, courtesy HyperWar Foundation

ConvoyWeb - convoy lists and more (external site)

TECHNICAL

Hydrographic Survey Work in the RN up to the 1980's . all by Lt Cdr G Mason

MAPS, etc.

Heading image - HMS Warspite, 1944, Normandy (Maritime Quest)
Revised 18/01/2020


War Song

M.J.Naparsteck

Published by London: Stoneshire Books, 1983. First Thus Edition. (1983)

From: Makovski Books (Southampton, United Kingdom)

About this Item: Soft Cover. F. Illustrated soft covers. 206+pp. "For Michael Cull, the war in Vietnam was both a means of escape from suffocating reality in the States and an entrapment in a senseless conflict half a world away. Amid the turmoil of war he fell in love with the beautiful Vietnamese girl En. In each other's arms they found passion and peace - until tragedy struck. Then Michael had to make the toughest choice of all: whether to continue to participate in the horror and brutality he saw around him, or to face a new and desperate life on the run". A Good reading copy. Seller Inventory # 1093


Fabulous Flying Boats – A History of the World’s Passenger Flying Boats – by Leslie Dawson – Review

Pen & Sword Aviation have just released Leslie Dawson’s Fabulous Flying Boats – A History of the World’s Passenger Flying Boats in paperback. Originally released as a Hardback a number of years ago, then in Kindle and ePub format (I have a copy in ePub), this edition is now in paperback and good value at half the hardback price. This release contains 320 pages, ISBN is 978-1-52673-969-8 and was published on 2 May 2018.

Where to start? I was watching an old Charlie Chan movie today, Charlie Chan at the Olympics with Warner Oland playing the redoubtable Chinese Hawaiian detective and where honourable number one son Lee won the gold medal for the Berlin, 1936 Olympic metres freestyle final (yes, I know it was a Hungarian first and two Japanese in second and third). Early in the movie Charlie takes a Pan Am Clipper seaplane flight of 18 hours duration from Hawaii to San Francisco (followed by a 13-hour trans-continental flight to New York and a 61-hour Zeppelin flight to Friedrichshafen, chasing the theft of an aircraft remote control gizmo that would change the face of war (it didn’t).

Anyway, the movie caused me to reach for my ePub copy of Fabulous Flying Boats. I have had it for a while now and had not got around to reviewing it as such although I had often flicked through it reading items of interest. I started flicking through it again today.

The book has 11 chapters and a very interesting Appendix. The chapters are:

  1. First to Fly
  2. Bigger and Further
  3. Peace to War
  4. Battle for Britain
  5. Survival
  6. High and Lows
  7. Thoughts of Peace
  8. Post War Years
  9. A Closing Door
  10. End of an Era
  11. Last of the Breed

The book outlines peacetime operations in Europe, the US, the Pacific, Australia, Latin America, South America, Africa, New Zealand, and France (including photos of the largest sea plane, a French aircraft) among others. The author also covers airlines such as Qantas, BOAC, South Pacific Airlines (and the twice weekly flight from Hawaii to Tahiti via Christmas Island), Ansett, Antilles Air Boats, and Barrier Reef Airways.

Aircraft producers came from the UK, France and the US among others with the more famous manufacturers being Short, Boeing, Martin, Douglas and Sikorsky for example. Militarily the flying boats were formidable but more importantly, robust weapons of war that adapted quickly to and from peacetime roles. The aircraft were tough, taking a great deal of punishment before generally being forced to land at sea. The could also deal it out and I can remember being thrilled of tales of the Australian pilots flying Short Sunderlands when I was a kid. The Catalina as well whose role was so important to the victory in the Pacific.

As a kid I can remember the flying boat services taking off from Rose Bay in Sydney heading to exotic sounding locations in the Pacific and the book contains photos of the flying boat base that existed at Rose Bay.

The Appendix is a treat though as Dawson tracks the airlines that used flying boats and identifies registration numbers, aircraft name, aircraft type and fate, by airline. An impressive database.

The flying boats were eventually retired from service with BOAC in the early 1950s hanging on longer in Australia and Africa but eventually being replaced by land-based aircraft which could fly further and faster and that enabled the airlines to reduce their operation costs by reducing the number of aircraft servicing locations and management.

This book is a great review of the Flying Boats and the author’s personal, easy style make the book a relaxing read. The photos are a joy to look at as well. However, I think I will let the author have the last word:

Though no large passenger flying boat remains in service, for a moment we had admired a unique form of flying that had once graced the waterways of the world: from the grey, heaving Atlantic to the dry heat of Africa and the idyllic sun drenched islands of the Pacific.

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