TOC: British Journal for Military History, Vol 3, No. 3 (2017)

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British Journal for Military History 
ISSN (Online): 2057-0422
(Open Access) 
(16 new articles)
  1. Foreword: the First World War at Sea
  2. Building a Navy ‘Second to None’: The U.S. Naval Act of 1916, American Attitudes Toward Great Britain, and the First World War
  3. British Destroyers at Jutland: Torpedo Tactics in Theory and Action
  4. Evasion or Enforcement – the complexity of the Blockade revisited: The bona fides of the Lavino Company across three continents in 1916
  5. ‘Had we used the Navy’s bare fist instead of its gloved hand...’ - The Absence of Coastal Assault Vessels in the Royal Navy by 1914
  6. Franco-British Naval Cooperation at the Dardanelles, 1914-1916, new friends, old enemies, eternal rivals?
  7. Christoph Declercq and Julian Walker (ed.). Languages and the First World War: Representation and Memory
  8. William Wright, A British Lion in Zululand: Sir Garnet Wolseley in South Africa
  9. Xu Guoqi, Asia and the Great War: A Shared History. With a foreword by Jay Winter
  10. Matthew Green, Aftershock: The Untold Story of Surviving Peace
  11. Stephen Summerfield and Susan Law, Sir John Moore and the Universal Soldier, I: The Man, the Commander and the Shorncliffe System of Training
  12. Brian Hughes, Defying The IRA: Intimidation, Coercion and Communities during the Irish Revolution
  13. Michael Livingston and K elly De Vries (eds), The Battle of Crécy . A Casebook
  14. Norman Ohler, Blitzed: Drugs in Nazi Germany
  15. T . A. Heathcote, Balochistan, the British and the Great Game: The Struggle for the Bolan Pass, Gateway to India
  16. Warren FitzGerald, All in the Same Boat: The Untold Story of the British Ferry Crew Who Helped Win the Falklands War