Radar at Sea

Radar at Sea

The Royal Navy in World War 2

Book - 1993
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This first detailed study of the use of radar begins with its invention in the mid-1930s and shows how it was applied at sea as the war approached and how procedures and applications changed as the war proceeded.
Publisher: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, c1993.
ISBN: 9781557507044
155750704X
Branch Call Number: 940.545941 H866
Characteristics: xix, 383 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Naval Radar Trust

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TimelyAbyss
May 31, 2010

I'm a war buff and especially interrested in the naval aspects of World War 2 and even I found this book a little long in the tooth. Very informative however and exposes a number of generalizations made by other authors regarding radar. Anyone seriously interrested in the war at sea should at least paruse it's pages.

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