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Technical change and British naval policy, 1860-1939

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain. Royal Navy -- History -- 19th century,
    • Great Britain. Royal Navy -- History -- 20th century,
    • Naval art and science -- History,
    • Great Britain -- Military policy

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Bryan Ranft.
      ContributionsRanft, Bryan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsVA454 .T4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 178 p. ;
      Number of Pages178
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4612926M
      ISBN 100340218932
      LC Control Number77376796

      This new book reviews critically recent studies of fire control, and describes the essentials of naval gunnery in the dreadnought era. With a foreword by Professor Andrew Lambert, it shows how, in , the Admiralty rejected Arthur Pollen's Argo system for the Dreyer fire control tables. • Technical Change and British Naval Policy, – (Hodder & Stoughton, ). • The Sea in Soviet Strategy with Geoffrey Till (Macmillan, ) • Ironclad to Trident: years of defence commentary: Brassey’s – (Brassey’s, ). • The Beatty Papers Volume I (Navy Records Society, ).

      [4] Philip Towle, “The evaluation of the experience of the Russo-Japanese War”, in Bryan Ranft (ed.),Technical Change and British Naval Policy, , p ‘ possibly because Ricardo was on bad terms with the Japanese or perhaps because the Japanese were worried that foreigners would claim that their victories were won with British help, they refused to allow any . 11 Hugh Lyon, " The Relations Between the Admiralty and Private Industry in the Development of Warships, " in Technical Change and British Naval Policy –

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quoted from Ranft, Brian (ed)p. Technical Change and British Naval Policy (Hodder & Stoughton, London, ). Adm. Henderson's views received some pre-war validation in January when the Admiralty Sub-Committee on Bombing and A-A Gunfire Experiments estimated that for each aircraft shot down by ships.

This book has been cited by the following publications. Technology, Strategy and British Naval Policy in the ‘Fisher Era Ranft, B. (ed.), Technical Change and British Naval Policy, – (London, ).

Reader, W. J., Imperial Chemical by: 3. of British Naval Strategic Thought () and Barry Hunt’s Sailor-Scholar: Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond () are mandatory readings in all naval colleges. These studies examined the central naval strategists and writers of the period and dared to challenge the stature of the American ‘evangelist of sea.

15 See Ranft, Bryan (ed.), Technical change and British naval policy, – (London, ). The centre of gravity of this volume lies overwhelmingly within the twentieth century. The centre of gravity of this volume lies overwhelmingly within the twentieth by: 2. Technical Change and British Naval Policy, Bryan Ranft, Editor.

New York: Holme & Meier Publishers, pp. Bib. Ind. $ ($).*. Book review Full text access Technical change and british naval policy – edited by Bryan Ranft Hodder and Stoughton, London,pp D.P.

O'Connell. teaching, writing, and editing naval his-tory. His output was not great; I count two of his edited works, The Beatty Pa-pers and Technical Change and British Naval Policy, –, among the best of a half-dozen volumes.

By the early s, however, Ranft was a visit-ing professor of naval history at King’s College, London, which was Cited by: 1. Technical Change and British Naval Policy, – (), edited by Bryan Ranft. The two volumes share important traits: technology and technological change are central topics in both, and each draws on the expertise of some of the finest scholars working in.

See Barry Hunt, ‘British Policy on the Issue of Belligerent and Neutral Rights, –’, in Craig L. Symonds (ed.), New Aspects of Naval History (Annapolis, ) pp. Cited by: 1. Books on British naval and diplomatic history in the period by Geoffrey Miller. Titles available include, Superior Force (the conspiracy behind the escape of Goeben and Breslau), Straits (British policy towards the Ottoman Empire and the origins of the Dardanelles campaign), The Millstone (British naval policy in the Mediterranean and British intervention in World War.

Wells, A., “Naval Intelligence and decision making in an era of technical change”, in Ranft (Ed.), Technical Change and British Naval Policy(London, ). Williams, B., “The Strategic Background to the Anglo-Russian Entente of August ”, The Historical Journal, IX, 3, (), pp.

How to Cite (), REVIEWS AND SHORT NOTICES GENERAL. History, 61– doi: /jXtbx.Bryan Ranft, ‘The Protection of British Seaborne Trade and the Development of Systematic Planning for War, –,’ Technical Change and British Naval Policy, –, ed.

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