The Royal Navy and Maritime Power in the Twentieth Century

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ABBREVIATIONS

1CS

First Cruiser Squadron

AA

Anti-aircraft

ARG

Amphibious Ready Group

ASW

Anti-submarine warfare

AW

Amphibious warfare

BEF

British Expeditionary Force

BNLO

British Naval Liaison Officer

CAP

Combat air patrol

Cdo

Commando

C-in-C

Commander-in-Chief

COS

Chiefs of staff

DAK

Deutsche Afrika Korps

DDR

Disarmament, demobilisation and rehabilitation

DUKW

Amphibious truck

EEZ

Exclusive Economic Zone

EU

European Union

HMS

His/Her Majesty's Ship

ICAO

International Civil Aviation Organisation

ICJ

International Court of Justice

JRRF

Joint Rapid Reaction Force

LCT

Landing craft, tank

LST

Landing ship, tank

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

NEO

Non-combatant evacuation operation

NGS

Naval gunfire support

NOIC

Naval officer in command

NOTAM

Notices to airmen

OA

Operational Analysis

PSO

Peace support operation

RAF

Royal Air Force

RFA

Royal Fleet Auxiliary

RM

Royal Marines

RN

Royal Navy

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Transition to War 13
  • 2 - Sea Control in Narrow Waters 33
  • 3 - Sea Denial, Interdiction and Diplomacy 50
  • 4 - Air Power and Evacuations 67
  • 5 - Amphibious Operations 88
  • 6 - Maritime Power and Complex Crises 108
  • 7 - Quarantine Operations 129
  • 8 - Maritime Jurisdiction and the Law of the Sea 148
  • 9 - Naval Diplomacy 164
  • 10 - Operations in a War Zone 181
  • 11 - From Peacekeeping to Peace Enforcement 197
  • Select Bibliography 209
  • Index 215
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