Captain Peter Hore served worldwide in the Royal Navy from 1962 to 2000, mostly in frigates and destroyers. He is a fluent linguist who also plays chess and sailed for the Royal Navy. During the Falklands War he was Joint Logistics Controller on Ascension Island, and he has headed both the Royal Navy's Applied Research Programme and its Non-Technical Research Programmes. His last appointment in uniform was as Head of Defence Studies during the British government's Strategic Defence Review, the rewriting of British Maritime Strategy, and the launch of a new concept of operations, the Maritime Contribution to Joint Operations. Peter Hore is now Associate Editor of Warships International Fleet Review, op-ed writer for Newsday in New York, and an obituarist for the Daily Telegraph in London.

AOS Naval Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  HMS Pickle The Swiftest Ship in Nelson's Trafalgar Fleet
  Nelson's Band of Brothers Lives and Memorials

Modern Era Naval Non Fiction

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  Patrick Blackett: Sailor, Scientist, Socialist One of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, as well as a prominent RN figure
  Seapower Ashore 200 Years of Royal Navy Operations on Land
  The Habit of Victory The Story of the Royal Navy 1545 to 1945
  Battleships of World War II An Illustrated History and Country-by-country Directory of Warships that Fought in the Second World War and Beyond, Including Battlecruisers and Pocket Battleships
  Sydney Cipher and Search Solving the Last Great Naval Mystery of the Second World War
  The World Encyclopedia of Battleships and Cruisers A Complete Illustrated History of International Naval Warships from 1860 to the Present Day Shown in Over 1200 Archive Photographs
  From Dreadnought to Daring 100 Years of Comment, Controversy and Debate in the Naval Review
  Battleships An illustrated history of battleships, their origins and evolution
Series: British Navy at War and Peace
Year  Book  Comment
  Wingfield at War Captain Mervyn Wingfield was a submariner who made his reputation in the Second World War
  Through Albert's Eyes The autobiography of Tony Bentley-Buckle, a child of the Empire

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