Britain's Anti-Submarine Capability, 1919-1939

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Figures and Tables

FIGURES
1. Sea Lords and Sections of the Naval Staff Concerned with Anti-Submarine Warfare. 29
2. Employment of Specialist A/S Officers, and Total Personnel Strength of the Navy. 39
3. Type 114 Asdic Set, Showing Typical Arrangement of Equipment. 59
4. Depth Charge Thrower. 74
5. Standard Depth Charge Pattern. 74
6. Depth Charge Chute. 76
7. Depth Charge Rail. 77
8. The Submarine Approach Problem. 119
9. Asdic Sweep Pattern. 122
10. Battle Fleet Asdic Screen for Exercise RZ, August 1933. 138
11. Convoy Night Asdic Screen for A/S Defence only: Exercise MA, 1929. 144
12. Percentage of Success Rates in Asdic Hunting Exercises, 1925-38. 157
13. Subaqueous Sound Paths. 194

TABLES
1. Bearing and Requirement of A/S Specialist Officers, 1922. 35
2. Training of A/S Officers at Portland, 1935-38. 36
3. Training of SD Ratings at Portland, 1929-38. 43
4. Depth Charge Armaments, 1939. 79
5. Escort and Patrol Vessel Particulars. 92
6. Particulars of A/S Vessels Built 1919-39. 95
7. Convoy Defence Exercises. 114
8. Ships Sunk in Convoys, 3 September 1939-31 May 1940. 169

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Figures and Tables ix
  • Series Editors Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Strategy 9
  • 2 - Organisation 28
  • 3 - Sensors 57
  • 4 - Weapons 72
  • 5 - Platforms 87
  • 6 - Tactics 112
  • 7 - Wartime Experience 162
  • 8 - The System 176
  • Conclusion 186
  • Appendix A 191
  • Appendix B 196
  • Bibliography 198
  • Index 204
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