In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War

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During World War II, Britain's Royal Navy has to expand more than sevenfold, in the faces of the threat of invasion, enemy bombing and the need to carry out campaigns all around the world. To find officers for this force it had to move well outside its normal supply of boys trained from the age of 13. It started by recruiting yachtsmen and giving them a smattering of naval discipline before sending them to sea. Then it sent possible officers into action as ordinary seamen, to live a hard and dangerous life in destroyers. ...

In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War 2009, Conway, London

ISBN-13: 9781844860975

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In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War 2008, Conway Maritime Press

ISBN-13: 9781844860708

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In Which They Served: The Royal Navy Officer Experience in the Second World War 2008, US Naval Institute Press

ISBN-13: 9781591144014

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