Book Review: Italian Naval Camouflage of World War II

By Marco Ghiglino Seaforth Publishing Pages: 240 Illustrations: 750 ISBN: 9781526735393 Published: 25th July 2018 This is a major new study of Italian naval camouflage schemes developed and used during World War Two. When Italy entered the War in June 1940, the Regia Marina (Italian Navy) was a force still under development and both Italian warships and merchant ships faced the War…

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Book Review: The Naval Flank of the Western Front

By Mark Karau Seaforth Publishing Pages: 276 ISBN: 9781848322318 Published: 10th February 2015 In 1914, Germany occupied the Belgian ports of Ostend, Zeebrugge and Brugges as part of the Schlieffen Plan, the invasion of France through Belgium. With these ports closer to England than Germany, Marinekorps Flanders was formed. This would eventually include a naval air station, flotillas of naval…

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