2 edition of History and development of the Royal New Zealand Navy found in the catalog.
History and development of the Royal New Zealand Navy
New Zealand. Navy.
Written in English
First published 1957.
|LC Classifications||VA723 .A57 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17,  p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||68115795|
The role of the Royal New Zealand Navy in World War 2 is overshadowed by that of the Royal Navy. It is hoped that this page will, in some small way, help to redress the balance. The Royal New Zealand Navy has several long-term projects to retain and update its capabilities for the future. Contents[show] Current planning framework Defence White Paper The Defence White Paper was released by the New Zealand Government in November Policy intentions include: Short term (next five years): Naval Combat Force: Self defence upgrade for the existing Anzac class frigates.
At that time, Britain had a fleet of 42 Dreadnoughts, but such had been the pace of naval development over the previous 12 years that about half of those ships (including the battlecruiser HMS New Zealand) were already obsolete. The Royal Navy wanted to build its own new class of 16” gunned capital ships (Nelson and Rodney). "An essential work for anyone interested in the Royal Navy and modern naval operations." —The NYMAS Review" We enthusiastically recommend British Cruisers for those who are interested in the history of the British, Australian or New Zealand navies, and technology buffs interested in the history of radar, communications, and electronics in naval weapons systems.".
THE ROYAL NEW ZEALAND NAVY Contents [covers] [frontispiece] Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War –45 [title page] Foreword p. vii Preface p. ix Contents p. xi List of Illustrations p. xiii List of Maps p. xvi Part 1 — Royal New Zealand Navy Chapter 1 . The Royal New Zealand Navy is the Navy Division of The New Zealand Defence Force The Royal New Zealand Navy was founded on the first of November with the start of WW2. They played a significant role in many battles such as The Battle of River Plate and many others.
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