Richard Hough

Richard Alexander Hough (1922–1999) was a British author and historian specializing in maritime history. He married the author Charlotte Woodyatt, who he had met when they were pupils at Frensham Heights School, and they had five children including the author Deborah Moggach.

After leaving school Hough joined the RAF at the beginning of World War II and received his initial flight training at an airfield not far from Hollywood. He later flew Hurricanes and Typhoons.

AOS Naval Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  Captain James Cook A Biography

Modern Era Naval Fiction

Series: Archy Buller Naval Adventurer
Year  Book  Comment
  Buller's Guns An officer and a seaman form a firm frienship as they figh side by side in Egypt and against the boers.
  Buller's Dreadnought Buller commands the dreadnought battleship HMS Incontestable
WWI Buller's Victory Archy and his son Richard take part in various WWI engagements

Modern Era Naval Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  The Hunting Of Force Z Britain's Greatest Modern Naval Disaster
  The Fleet That Had To Die The 7 month voyage of the Russian Baltic fleet and the Battle of Tsushima
  Naval Battles of the Twentieth Century Victories, defeats, and mutinies at sea

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