Published Worldwide - The sequel to Sea of Wolves!
1941, and the Red Army is desperate for help that can only be delivered by Allied convoys sent through the bitter Arctic. Appalling weather, deadly cold and the might of Nazi power is on hand to help the wolfpacks of U-boats that await them in a battle fought across the roof of the world.
New Article in Naval History Magazine
The latest edition of the US Naval Institute's Naval History magazine features an article by me on the development of anchors
My Latest Blog - The Spithead Mutiny
After revolutions in America and France, many in Britain though it only a matter of time before their country would follow. Then came the shocking news that on the 16th of April 1797, the Channel Fleet had risen up in mutiny.
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Next blog - Sir Sidney Smith
No age of sail commander divides opinion quite like Sir Sidney Smith. On the one hand he was an arrogant, pompous, spendthrift who was a nightmare subordinate. On the other hand he was also a brave, highly intelligent opponent of slavery who was feared by his French opponents.
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