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Seaforth World Naval Review 2021 (Kindle)

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By Conrad Waters
Seaforth Publishing
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Pages: 192
ISBN: 9781526790767
eBook Released: 29th April 2021

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For over a decade this annual has provided an authoritative summary of all that has happened in the naval world in the previous twelve months, combining regional surveys with one-off major articles on noteworthy new ships and other important developments. Besides the latest warship projects, it also looks at wider issues of significance to navies, such as aviation and weaponry, and calls on expertise from around the globe to give a balanced picture of what is going on and to interpret its significance.

The latest of the in-depth ‘Significant Ships’ series cover the US Navy’s America (LHA-6) class amphibious ships; the Singaporean Independence, an indigenous design of Littoral Mission Vessel; and the venerable Type 23 frigate, still the mainstay of the British Royal Navy’s surface fleet. Technological subjects include an analysis of stealth at sea by Norman Friedman, the US Standard missile family by Richard Scott, as well as David Hobbs’ regular review of naval aviation. This year the reviews of specific fleets focus on the navies of Sweden and Nigeria, two medium sized naval powers with very different histories.

Firmly established as the only annual naval overview of its type, the World Naval Review is essential reading for anyone – whether enthusiast or professional – interested in contemporary maritime affairs.

Firmly established as the only annual naval overview of its type, World Naval Review is essential reading for enthusiasts or professionals, particularly those readers interested in contemporary maritime affairs and geopolitics.

World Naval Review 2021 provides an essential snapshot of global fighting fleets and their recent developments.

As ever an interesting volume, well printed with 200 colour and monochrome illustrations providing the reader with most authoritative and accessible source to keep abreast of naval developments in the current naval scene.

Paul Ridgway, Africa Ports and Ships

The World Naval Review provides an essential snapshot of global fighting fleets and their recent developments - good value for money.

Warships International Fleet Review April 2021

Previously I reviewed the 2020 edition of this excellent book. The 2021 one follows on in the same manner. Another interesting volume, well printed with excellent illustrations.

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In my opinion, this well-produced and well-illustrated annual continues to be the most authoritative and accessible source for those wishing to keep abreast of naval developments. Highly recommended.

World Ship Society - Warships, February 2021

Seaforth World Naval Review 2021 is very well illustrated and excellent value. It should be read by all interested in the current naval scene.

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Ships Monthly, March 2021

Well presented in its customary format, this is THE book of reference for those looking for a review of warship ORBATS, the challenges, and aspirations of the world’s navies. I reviewed the first edition in 2010 which had as its aim “an attempt to produce an affordable but comprehensive summary of modern naval developments” - it has consistently lived up to that aim. This annual series never fails to deliver; authoritative, with world class contributors and highly informative it is unsurpassed as a book for those interested in naval developments. Cannot recommend it highly enough.

Peter Wykeham-Martin

Review by Les Brown

This issue of the World Naval Review maintains the high standards set in previous years and provides an economic and invaluable source of information about today’s navies throughout the world.

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About Conrad Waters

CONRAD WATERS, a lawyer by training and a banker by profession, has had a lifelong interest in modern navies, about which he has written extensively. He edited the recent Navies in the 21st Century , while his British Town Class Cruisers, also published by Seaforth, has received many plaudits. He has been the editor of The Seaforth World Naval Review since its foundation in 2009.

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