Heh, I thought the same thing when I first looked at itI didn't think there was much content at first after visiting that weblink - then I found the Global Site Nav button and whoooooah :nuts: there's heaps of stuff from my favourite period in the late 19th century. Great website and thanks for the link
second thatKaigun By David C. Evans, Mark R. Peattie
Kaigun: Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887-1941
By David C. Evans, Mark R. Peattie
Contributor Mark R. Peattie
Published by Naval Institute Press, 1997
ISBN 0870211927, 9780870211928
Just finished this, really excellent for the RJW player.
He wrote another book - "British Seapower and Procurement Between the Wars: A Reappraisal of Rearmament". I just finished "Rules of the game" and was much impressed. Very well done. Maybe once I run out of WWI books I'll try this one...Reading back through the old posts on this thread I spotted Bullethead wondering whether Andrew Gordon had published any fiction. To date The Rules Of The Game is his only book, and he is doing quite nicely on it, having recently returned from a stay in Annapolis. I agree that his writing style is very easy to get into and full of those odd quirky things that make you re-read the paragraph to check whether he had really written what you thought you read. "At Gibraltar they unshipped their rudder, looked at it, then put it back."