Warship (Journal)

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Warship started out as a quarterly publication of historical and technical essays of incredible value and merit to serious students of fighting ships. While it has in recent years moved to an annual format, it remains the "periodical" that deserves a space on your reference bookshelf long after it has been read the first time.

It is the scholarly companion to more accessible publications such as Naval History, acting as Scientific American to their Popular Science and focusing more on the machinery and technology and less on the human side of naval conflict, although this is not a dogmatic characteristic.

Contents

Contributors

The editors and contributors to Warship are many, but it is the rare heavy-hitter who is not featured in the editions. Prominent among them are John Jordan, Pierre Hervieux, John Roberts, David K Brown, David Lyon, Norman Friedman, Steve McLaughlin, N J M Campbell, Antony Preston, and Andrew Lambert to name just the ones I am most familiar with. Moreover, the entire body of submissions is shaped by the editorial oversight of these people, and the result is usually impressive and informative research clearly presented.

Publication History

The first quarterly issue, Warship No 1, was published in 1977 by Conway Maritime Press. After some time, as the number of quarterly issues grew, Conway started printing annual sets of 4 issues in numbered volumes marked by Roman numerals with the sole exception of the first (Volume 1 contains 1977's issues No 1 through No 4, Volume X contains 1986's issues No 37 through No 40). The Naval Institute Press has helped Conway Maritime Press print and distribute some volumes, but in recent years the spines seem to indicate Conway Maritime Press alone.

During 1987 or shortly after, the quarterly became an annual publication, with the volumes switching to carry the year of their publication in their name, e.g.: "Warship 1989". The quarterly volumes, of course, disappeared. In 1997 or so, another minor change occurred, with the volumes carrying two years in their titles. Though the volumes continued to appear one per year (i.e.: there is both a "Warship 1999-2000" and a "Warship 2000-2001"), two years were seemingly lost between 1996 and 2004.

Warship Volume 1

Edited by Antony Preston, this was comprised of four quarterly issues.

Issue No 1

  • Washington's Cherrytrees: The Evolution of the British 1921-22 Capital Ships (Part 1 of 4), by N J M Campbell
  • British Destroyer Appearance in World War II: Fleet Destroyers 1939-42 (Part 1 of 2), by Alan Raven
  • The Narvik Flotilla: German Destroyer Design 1936-45, Z23-30 (Part 1 of 3), by Antony Preston
  • Classic Ship Models: Number 1 The USS Wilkes-Barre, by Lawrence Sowinski
  • Warship Pictorial
  • The First Town Class: 1908-31 (Part 1 of 3), by David Lyon
  • The Introduction of the Screw Propellor into the Royal Navy, by David Brown

Issue No 2

  • The Littorio Class, by Aldo Fraccaroli/Antony Preston
  • Aspects of Japanese Warship Design: General Design Practice (Part 1 of 2), by Alan Raven
  • Washington's Cherrytrees: The Evolution of the British 1921-22 Capital Ships (Part 2 of 4), by N J M Campbell
  • British Destroyer Appearance in World War II: Fleet Destroyers 1943-45 (Part 2 of 2), by Alan Raven
  • Warship Pictorial
  • USS Nevada: The "all or nothing" scheme of protection, by Norman Friedman
  • HMS Ark Royal: Design, by J D Brown
  • The Narvik Flotilla: German Destroyer Design 1936-45, Z31 onwards (Part 2 of 3), by Antony Preston
  • The First Town Class: 1908-31 (Part 2 of 3), by David Lyon
  • Technical Topics: Ship's Armament, by N J M Campbell

Issue No 3

  • The Littorio Class, by Aldo Fraccaroli
  • The Genesis of the Big Fleet Carrier: USS Lexington CV-2, by Norman Friedman
  • Aspects of Japanese Warship Design: Destroyers (Part 2 of 2), by Alan Raven
  • Warship Pictorial
  • The Kiev: Cruiser or Carrier?, by John Jordan
  • Washington's Cherrytrees: The Evolution of the British 1921-22 Capital Ships (Part 3 of 4), by N J M Campbell
  • The First Town Class: 1908-31 (Part 3 of 3), by David Lyon
  • Book Review: Contrast in Battleship Styles, by Norman Friedman
  • Technical Topics: Speed on Trial, by David K Brown

Issue No 4

  • Thunder and Lightning: The Polish Destroyers Blyskawica and Grom, by Eugene Kolesnik
  • German Dreadnoughts and Their Protection, by N J M Campbell
  • Classic Ship Models: Number 2 HMS Erin, by John W Appleby
  • The Narvik Flotilla: German Destroyer Design 1936-45 (Part 3 of 3), by Antony Preston
  • Warship Pictorial: Flower Class Corvettes
  • Washington's Cherrytrees: The Evolution of the British 1921-22 Capital Ships (Part 4 of 4), by N J M Campbell
  • The US Navy's 1945 Submarine Design, by Norman Friedman
  • Jubilee Review Pictorial
  • The Japanese Balloon Bombing Offensive, by Eugene Kolesnik

Warship Volume II

Edited by Antony Preston, this was comprised of four quarterly issues.

Issue No 5

  • The Design and Construction of the Battlecruiser Tiger, by John Roberts
  • Austro-Hungarian Submarines, by Erwin F Sieche
  • Champions of the Pacific: The Essex Class Carriers (Part 1 of 3), by Lawrence Sowinski
  • The Battle of Tsu-Shima, by N J M Campbell
  • The Salt Lake City Class, by Norman Friedman
  • The Origins of the Magnetic Mine, by Tom Burton
  • The Seven-Turret Colony Class, by Alan Raven
  • Technical Topics: The Transom Stern in the Royal Navy, by David K Brown

Issue No 6

  • Cruiser Electronics, by Norman Friedman
  • USS California, by John Jordan
  • The Design and Construction of the Battlecruiser Tiger, by John Roberts
  • Champions of the Pacific: The Essex Class Carriers (Part 2 of 3), by Lawrence Sowinski
  • The Viribus Unitis Class, by Friedrich Prasky
  • Warship Pictorial
  • HMS Rapid: A Type 15 Fleet Destroyer Conversion, by John Lambert
  • The Battle of Tsu-Shima, by N J M Campbell
  • The Development of a British Air-Laid Ground Mine, by Tom Burton
  • Technical Topics: Cordite, by N J M Campbell

Issue No 7

  • Capitani Romani: Design and Construction (Part 1 of 2), by Elio Ando
  • Leander Class Frigate Conversions, by Peter Hodges
  • The American 5inch/38 Dual Purpose Gun, by Norman Friedman
  • HMS Terpsichore: A Type 16 Fast Anti-Submarine Frigate of 1953, by John Lambert
  • The Battle of Tsu-Shima, by N J M Campbell
  • Escort Ship Production in WWII, by Peter Elliott
  • Japanese B Type Submarines at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Champions of the Pacific: The Essex Class Carriers (Part 3 of 3), by Lawrence Sowinski
  • William Froude, by David K Brown

Issue No 8

  • The "K" Class Steam Submarines, by John Lambert
  • The Beginnings of Soviet Naval Power: G5 Class MTBs, by Przemyslaw Budzbon
  • Capitani Romani: Operational History (Part 2 of 2), by Elio Ando
  • The Battle of Tsu-Shima, by N J M Campbell
  • CVLs: The US Independence Class, by Norman Friedman
  • Japanese B Type Submarines at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Iranian Saam Class, by John Jordan
  • Nemesis: The First Iron Warship, by David K Brown

Warship Volume III

Edited by John Roberts,

Issue No 9

  • Frigate Design in the 18th Century, by Robert Gardiner
  • The King George V Class, by Robert Dumas (part 1 of 4)
  • Tromp, by John Jordan
  • HMS Cochrane, by John Roberts
  • Project GUPPY, by Norman Friedman
  • A's and A's
  • Tribal Class Frigates, by Peter Hodges
  • Warship Pictorial: Prinz Eugen
  • British Super-Heavy Guns, by N J M Campbell

Issue No 10

  • Shells at Sevastopol, by David K Brown
  • Frigate Design in the 18th Century, by Robert Gardiner
  • Warship Pictorial: Lupo
  • The US Fleet Carrier Design of 1945, by Norman Friedman
  • Von der Tann, by John Roberts
  • The King George V Class, by Robert Dumas (part 2 of 4)
  • "T" Class Submarines, by John Lambert
  • British Super-Heavy Guns, by N J M Campbell

Issue No 11

  • The New Orleans Class, by Norman Friedman
  • Imperial Russian Navy Cruiser Varyag, by Adam Smigielski
  • The Helicopter Goes to War, by Robert L Scheina
  • Warship Pictorial: The German Navy of the 1870's
  • Milne, by John Roberts
  • The King George V Class, by Robert Dumas (part 3 of 4)
  • British Super-Heavy Guns, by N J M Campbell
  • "T" Class Submarines, by John Lambert
  • The Paddle Frigate Guadalupe, by David K Brown

Issue No 12

  • The First of the Super-Carriers: USS United States, by Norman Friedman
  • The 18inch Gun in British Monitors, by I A Buxton
  • The King George V Class, by Robert Dumas (part 4 of 4)
  • A's and A's
  • P49, by John Roberts
  • U48: Germany's Top-Scoring Submarine, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Warship Pictorial: Guns of the Ironclads
  • Frigate Design in the 18th Century, by Robert Gardiner
  • British Super-Heavy Guns, by N J M Campbell
  • Technical Topics: Roughness and Fouling, by David K Brown

Warship Volume IV

Edited by John Roberts

Issue No 13

  • The Development of Radar in the Royal Navy (1935-45), by Alastair Mitchell
  • HMS Illustrious: The First Armoured Aircraft Carrier, by Alan Payne, MINA
  • US Flight-Deck Cruiser Designs, by Norman Friedman
  • Centrespread Drawing: Flight-Deck Cruiser Design of 1931, by John Roberts
  • Technical Topics: The Preparation of Staff Requirements in the Royal Navy, by Antony Preston
  • The Design and Construction of the Battleship Dreadnought, by David K Brown
  • Warship Pictorial: Audace and Ardito
  • Wicher and Burza: Big Ships of a Small Navy, by Przemyslaw Budzbon
  • Who was Responsible for the Faults in the Tegetthoff Class?, by René Greger

Issue No 14

  • German Human Torpedoes and Midget Submarines, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The Magnificent 7: The Royal Sovereign Class of 1889 (Part 1 of 2), by R A Burt
  • Historic Hydrofoils of the Royal Navy, by David K Brown
  • Centrespread Drawing: Sverige, by John Roberts
  • German Destroyer Minelaying Operations off the English Coast (1940-41), by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Development of Radar in the Royal Navy (1935-45), by Alastair Mitchell
  • USS Worcester, by Norman Friedman

Issue No 15

  • The Design of HMS Inflexible, by David K Brown
  • The German Type VII Submarine, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The Jaskolka Class Minesweepers, by Marek Twardowski
  • Centrespread Drawing: HMS Grove, by N Piper
  • The Magnificent 7: The Royal Sovereign Class of 1889 (Part 2 of 2), by R A Burt
  • The Origin of the J Class Destroyers, by Alan Payne, MINA
  • Amphibious Fire Support, by Norman Friedman
  • Warship Pictorial: USS Texas
  • A's and A's

Issue No 16

  • The 5th Destroyer Flotilla, Autumn 1940, by Donald L Kindell
  • USS Galveston: The First TALOS Guided Missile Cruiser, by Commander T Blades USN (Ret)
  • Amphibious Fire Support: Post War Development, by Norman Friedman
  • Technical Topics: Where the Power Goes, by David K Brown
  • The "S" Class Destroyers 1918-1945, by Commander H StA Maelleson RN (Ret)
  • Centrespread Drawing: HMS Sardonyx, 1919
  • The Original Whalecatcher Escorts, by Antony Preston
  • The Cavour and Duilio Class Battleships, by Giorgio Giorgerini
  • Warship Pictorial: ML2840 and Brave Borderer

Warship Volume V

Edited by John Roberts

Issue No 17

  • The Type XXI Submarine, by Erwin F Sieche (part 1 of 2)
  • The Chester Class Cruisers, by Norman Friedman
  • The Modified Leander Class, by Alan Payne, MRINA
  • Versuchsgleitboot: The World's First Hovercraft, by Franz Ferdinand Bilzer
  • Centrespread Drawing: Twin 12inch BVI Mounting, by Peter Hodges
  • The British "B" Class Submarine, by Michael Wilson (part 1 of 2)
  • The Development of Radar in the Royal Navy 1945-1960, by Alastair Mitchell
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Warship Pictorial: Breaking Up HM Ships (Part 1 of 2), by I L Buxton

Issue No 18

  • The British "B" Class Submarine, by Michael Wilson (part 2 of 2)
  • Habbakuk, by William J Wallace, PhD
  • Operation Seelowe, by Pierre Hervieux
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • SCB-27: The Essex Class Reconstructions, by Norman Friedman
  • The Type XXI Submarine, by Erwin F Sieche (part 2 of 2)
  • A's and A's
  • Warship Pictorial: HMS Warramunga
  • Attack and Defence, by David K Brown, RCNC

Issue No 19

  • Battlecruiser Kongo, by Alan Payne, MRINA
  • The German Type XXIII Submarine, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The Chindwin Flotilla, by W G S Penman and David K Brown, RCNC
  • Penultimate Battleships: The Lion Class 1937-1946 (Part 1 of 2), by John Roberts
  • Warship Pictorial: Intrepid at War
  • From Fancy to Stingray: British Torpedoes since 1945, by Antony Preston
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • The US Command Cruiser, by Norman Friedman

Issue No 20

  • The Development of Radar in the Royal Navy 1945-1960, by Alastair Mitchell
  • Thomas Lloyd, CB, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The Walter Submarine-1, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The Walter Submarine-2, by Michael Wilson
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Postwar CVE Conversions, by Stefan Terzibaschitsch
  • The Sad Story of the 4.5in 8cwt Gun, by Antony Preston
  • Penultimate Battleships: The Lion Class 1937-1946 (Part 2 of 2), by John Roberts
  • A's and A's
  • Warship Pictorial: Marceau 1887

Warship Volume VI

Edited by John Roberts

Issue No 21

  • German Naval Radar to 1945, by Erwin Sieche
  • A's and A's
  • The War Service of the Soviet M Class Submarines, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Warship Details: No 1 -- HMS Hood Bridge, by John Roberts
  • Colonial Cruiser, by Ross Gillett
  • The US Fast Gunboat, by Norman Friedman
  • Centrespread Drawing: HMS Apollo, by John Roberts
  • The Last Austro-Hungarian Destroyer Projects, by René Greger
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Warship Pictorial: Breaking Up HM Ships (Part 2 of 2), by I L Buxton
  • Attack and Defence, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Warship Wings: No 1 -- Fairey Albacore, by Roger Chesneau

Issue No 22

  • The Architect of Victory, by Robert Gardiner
  • Seppings Survivor, by W Roderick Stewart
  • Warship Pictorial: HMS Warrior
  • The Steam Engine & the Royal Navy, by John M Maber
  • Dolphins & Brass Funnels, by Peter Hollins
  • The Fleet Air Arm, by Roger Chesneau
  • The Last Fleet Destroyer, by Antony Preston
  • Into the 21st Century, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Acheron and Avernus, by Ross Gillett
  • Akagi and Kaga, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Bad Weather Flotilla, by Przemyslaw Budzbon and Boris Lemachko
  • German Naval Radar to 1945, by Erwin Sieche
  • The "3-T" Programme, by Norman Friedman

Issue No 23

  • Akagi and Kaga, by Hans Lengerer
  • Warship Wings: No 2 -- The Lockheed S-3A Viking, by Roger Chesneau
  • The "3-T" Programme, by Norman Friedman
  • The RN's 1960 Cruiser Designs, by Antony Preston
  • Dutch Leanders: The Van Speijk Class, by Thomas A Adams
  • Warship Details: No 2 -- The US Mk 37 Director, by John Roberts
  • The Bad Weather Flotilla, by Przemyslaw Budzbon and Boris Lemachko
  • A's and A's
  • Warship Pictorial: USS North Carolina, by Kenneth L Eagle
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • The Iron Screw Frigate Greenock, by John M Maber
  • Amphibious Command Ships: Past, Present and Future (Part 1 of 2), by Norman Polmar and John J Patrick
  • X1 -- Cruiser Submarine, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Lesser Known Warships of the Kriegsmarine: No 1 -- The Light Cruiser Nurnberg, by M J Whitley

Issue No 24

  • The Iron Screw Frigate Greenock, by John M Maber
  • Lesser Known Warships of the Kriegsmarine: No 2 -- The Light Cruiser Nurnberg, by M J Whitley
  • Amphibious Command Ships: Past, Present and Future (Part 2 of 2), by Norman Polmar and John J Patrick
  • The Firwst Submarines for the Royal Navy, by Michael Wilson
  • Warship Pictorial: Richelieu and Jean Bart
  • Exocet: The World's First Sea Skimmer, by Antony Preston
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Attack and Defence, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The Bad Weather Flotilla, by Przemyslaw Budzbon and Boris Lemachko
  • Warship Wings: No 3 -- McDonnell Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, by Roger Chesneau
  • Notes and Comments on the 4.5in, 8cwt Gun, by Geoffrey Hudson
  • Akagi and Kaga, by Hans Lengerer

Warship Volume VII

Edited by John Roberts

Issue No 25

  • Northern Patrol, by Donald L Kindell
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • Askold, by Andrzej M Jaskula
  • The Development of the British Escort Carrier, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The "M" Class Submarine Monitors, by Thomas A Adams
  • The Japanese Super Battleship Strategy, by Hans Lengerer
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • A Majestic Revolution, by Karl Lautenschlager (part 1 of 2)
  • The Naval Rarden Gun, by Antony Preston
  • The US Monitors, by Francis J Allen
  • German Torpedo Boats at War: The Mowe and Wolf Classes (Part 1 of 2), by Pierre Hervieux
  • Warship Pictorial: Surcouf under Refit, by Francis J Allen

Issue No 26

  • German Torpedo Boats at War: The Mowe and Wolf Classes (Part 2 of 2), by Pierre Hervieux
  • Northern Patrol, by Donald L Kindell
  • Askold, by Andrzej M Jaskula
  • The Japanese Super Battleship Strategy, by Hans Lengerer
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • HMS Campania 1914-1918, by John M Maber
  • Warship Details: No 3 -- Type VII U-Boat
  • A Majestic Revolution, by Karl Lautenschlager (part 2 of 2)
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • HM Submarine Torpedo Boat No1, by Richard Compton-Hall
  • The Story of HMS Protector, by Ross Gillett
  • The US Monitors, by Francis J Allen
  • A's and A's

Issue No 27

  • Torpedo Warfare: A Successful Prediction, by David Lyon
  • The Steam Submarine Swordfish, by John M Maber
  • The Japanese Super Battleship Strategy, by Hans Lengerer
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Lesser Known Warships of the Kriegsmarine: The Type 43 Minesweepers (Part 1 of 2), by M J Whitley
  • The Majestic Pre-Dreadnought, by R A Burt (part 1 of 2)
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • Warship Pictorial: America's First Submarines (Part 1 of 2), by Francis J Allen
  • German Naval Radar Detectors, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The US Navy's Mk 45 Gun, by Antony Preston
  • A's and A's
  • A Scout for the Imperial Navy, by Adam Smigielski
  • Attack and Defence No 4: Action Damage to British Warships in the Second World War (Part 1 of 2), by David K Brown, RCNC

Issue No 28

  • Some Thornycroft Designs, by David Lyon
  • Attack and Defence No 4: Action Damage to British Warships in the Second World War (Part 2 of 2), by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Warship Pictorial: America's First Submarines (Part 2 of 2), by Francis J Allen
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • USS Keokuk, by S Kirby
  • Lesser Known Warships of the Kriegsmarine: The Type 43 Minesweepers (Part 2 of 2), by M J Whitley
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • The Final Action: The Sinking of Bismarck, 27 May 1941, by John Roberts
  • The Majestic Pre-Dreadnought, by R A Burt (part 2 of 2)
  • Book Reviews

Warship Volume VIII

Edited by Randal Gray

Issue No 29

  • Merchant Ships at War: The Falklands Experience, by Captain Roger Villar
  • The Chinese Battleships, by Andrzej Mach
  • HMS Unicorn: The Development of a Design 1937-39, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Warship Pictorial: The Sinking of the Konigsberg, 1940, by Pierre Hervieux
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • RN 77ft Elco PT Boats, by Al Ross II
  • "Brownwater Navy": US Small Craft in Vietnam, by Norman Friedman
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • A Semi-Submersible Attack Craft of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Hans Lengerer
  • Lesser Known Warships of the Kriegsmarine: Marine Artillerie Leichter (MAL), by M J Whitley
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 30

  • The Gas Turbine at Sea, by John M Maber
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • Technical Note: It's Rough Out There, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • US ASW SSK Submarines, by Norman Friedman
  • Was There a Serbian Navy?, by René Greger
  • The Last Super Destroyers?: Mogador and Kleber Classes, by Robert Dumas
  • Arkansas Class Monitors, by Francis J Allen
  • Japanese "Kaibokan" Escorts, by Hans Lengerer
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 31

  • Marconi Class Submarines at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Graf Zeppelin, by M J Whitley
  • Type II U-Boat, by David Westwood
  • Japanese "Kaibokan" Escorts, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Gunboat Tyr, by Frank Abelsen
  • The Reborn Battleships, by Norman Friedman
  • Warship Pictorial: The Building of HMS Duke of York, by Ian Buxton
  • Arethusa Class Cruisers (part 1 of 2), by Alan Pearsall
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 32

  • Nordenfelt Submarines, by John M Maber
  • Warship Pictorial: Saving the Last "Flower Class" Corvette HMCS Sackville, by Thomas G Lynch
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Duke of Wellington Class Steam Battleships, by Andrew Lambert
  • Japanese "Kaibokan" Escorts, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Arethusa Class Cruisers (part 2 of 2), by Alan Pearsall
  • Stealth and HMS Savage, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • S-Boats at War 1939-40, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Of Ships and Money: The Rising Cost of Naval Power, by Philip G Pugh
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Warship Volume IX

Edited by Andrew Lambert

Issue No 33

  • Warship Pictorial: Maestrale Class Weapons and Sensors, by Stefano Cioglia
  • The Japanese Aircraft Carriers Junyo and Hiyo, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Warship Wings, by Roger Chesneau
  • Attack and Defence No 5: Prior to World War I (Part 1 of 2), by David K Brown RCNC
  • Graf Zeppelin, by M J Whitley
  • The Origins of Russian and Soviet MTBs, by René Greger
  • Tondern: The First Carrier Strike, by Raymond Laurence Rimmell
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • HM Submarine E 31: A Log of her War Service (Part 1 of 4), by Brian Head
  • Poryvistyy: The Last Krivak I, by G Jacobs
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 34

  • Warship Pictorial: HMS Hood, April-May 1936, by Andrew Lambert
  • The Gabbiano Class Corvettes, by Elio Ando
  • The Royal Sovereign Class Battleships 1913-1948 (Part 1 of 3), by R A Burt
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • The Japanese Aircraft Carriers Junyo and Hiyo, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Attack and Defence No 5: Prior to World War I (Part 2 of 2), by David K Brown RCNC
  • The 12cm Multiple Rocket Launcher of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • HM Submarine E 31: A Log of her War Service (Part 2 of 4), by Brian Head
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 35

  • Surcouf: The French Postwar Destroyers (Part 1 of 2), by John Jordan
  • The French Dreadnoughts: The 23,500 ton Courbet Class (Part 1 of 2), by Robert Dumas
  • The Canadian Patrol Frigate, by Thomas G Lynch
  • Roanoke: A Civil War Battleship, by Francis J Allen
  • The Royal Sovereign Class Battleships 1913-1948 (Part 2 of 3), by R A Burt
  • The Japanese Aircraft Carriers Junyo and Hiyo, by Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • A's and A's
  • The Gabbiano Class Corvettes, by Elio Ando
  • HM Submarine E 31: A Log of her War Service (Part 1 of 4), by Brian Head
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 36

  • Early Aircraft Carrier Projects, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The French Dreadnoughts: The 23,500 ton Courbet Class (Part 2 of 2), by Robert Dumas
  • The Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • US Aircraft Carriers: Combat Systems and Catapults, by Stefan Terzibaschitsch
  • The Royal Sovereign Class Battleships 1913-1948 (Part 3 of 3), by R A Burt
  • Surcouf: The French Postwar Destroyers (Part 2 of 2), by John Jordan
  • HM Submarine E 31: A Log of her War Service (Part 1 of 4), by Brian Head
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Warship Volume X

Edited by Andrew Lambert

Issue No 37

  • The Ironclad Turret Ship Huascar, by Gerald Wood with Philip Somervell and John Maber
  • The Old "S" Class Destroyers 1939-45, by Mark Brady
  • The USS Long Beach after her "Mid Life Conversion", by Wilhelm Donko
  • Kitakami, by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoto Rehm-Takahara
  • The Armament of HMS Warrior, by Ernest F Slaymaker
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • Maintenance of Post-War British Sea-Power, by Philip G Pugh
  • Motor Minesweeper 191, by Michael Melvin
  • Ships of the Line of the Spanish Navy (1714-1825), by C de Saint Hubert
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 38

  • The French Dreadnoughts: The 23,500 ton Bretagne Class (Part 1 of 2), by Robert Dumas
  • The Ironclad Turret Ship Huascar, by Gerald Wood with Philip Somervell and John Maber
  • The Elbing Class Torpedo Boats at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Special Fast Landing Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoto Rehm-Takahara
  • The Torpedo Boat Rap, by Frank Abelsen
  • British Naval Guns 1880-1945, by N J M Campbell
  • HMS Invincible: A French Ship in British Service (Part 1 of 2), by Brian Lavery
  • Ships of the Line of the Spanish Navy (1714-1825), by C de Saint Hubert
  • The Armament of HMS Warrior, by Ernest F Slaymaker (part 1 of 2)
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 39

  • HMS Invincible: A French Ship in British Service (Part 2 of 2), by Brian Lavery
  • The Construction of E 31, by Brian Head
  • The French Dreadnoughts: The 23,500 ton Bretagne Class (Part 2 of 2), by Robert Dumas
  • The Kriegsfischkutter, by Mike Whitley
  • The Special Fast Landing Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoto Rehm-Takahara (part 1 of 2)
  • Combat Systems Testing and Training Ships of the US Navy 1930-1985, by Stefan Terzibaschitsch
  • Reinforcing the Eastern Fleet: 1944, by Ned Willmott
  • SS United States: The Military Factor, by Robert Largess
  • The Armament of HMS Warrior, by Ernest F Slaymaker (part 2 of 2)
  • Ships of the Line of the Spanish Navy (1714-1825), by C de Saint Hubert
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 40

  • Warship Pictorial: The Royal Netherland Navy: 1945-86
  • Operation Catherine, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Soviet Submarine Operations in the Arctic, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Special Fast Landing Ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoto Rehm-Takahara (part 2 of 2)
  • Unyielding Air: Aerodynamic Drag and Long Range Gunnery, by Philip G Pugh
  • Developing the Armour of HMS Warrior, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Combat Systems Testing and Training Ships of the US Navy 1930-1985, by Stefan Terzibaschitsch
  • Ships of the Line of the Spanish Navy (1714-1825), by C de Saint Hubert
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Warship Volume XI

Edited by Andrew Lambert

Issue No 41

  • Yamato: The Achilles Heel, by Tim Thornton
  • Henry Ford's Navy, by Paul H Paist
  • Victim of Ultra?: The Loss of the Bremse, by Mike Whitley
  • Post War Trials: Test Against Destroyers (Part 1 of 4), by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Tone: A Different Approach to the Heavy Cruiser (Part 1 of 4), by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Postwar British Mine Counter-Measures, by Norman Friedman
  • An Analysis of US Submarine Losses During World War II, by Vernon J Miller
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 42

  • Changing Sides: The Italian Fleet and the Armistice, 1943, by Elio Ando
  • Pride of Poland. The Orzel Class Submarines: Construction (Part 1 of 3), by Przemyslaw Budzbon
  • Minotaur: Before the Battlecruiser, by R A Burt
  • Mothball Fleet: The United States' "Naval Inactive Ships Maintenance Facilities", by Stefan Terzibaschitsch
  • Ship Trials: Tests Against Cruisers (Part 2 of 4), by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Tone: Construction and Characteristics (Part 2 of 4), by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • An Analysis of US Submarine Losses During World War II, by Vernon J Miller
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's

Issue No 43

  • Toulon November 1942: The End of the French Fleet, by Stephen Berke
  • Tone: The Technical Specifications (Part 3 of 4), by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Soviet Seapower: The Element of Strategic Continuity, by Andrew Lambert
  • The Leopard-Chesapeake Incident of 1807, by Harvey Strum
  • The Orzel Class Submarines, by Przemyslaw Budzbon
  • Battleship Fever, by Wilhelm Donko
  • Ship Trials: Tests Against Submarines (Part 3 of 4), by David K Brown, RCNC
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 44

  • Airships at Sea, by Robert Largess
  • US Submarine Losses During World War II, by Vernon J Miller
  • The Diadem Class Cruisers, by Keith McBride
  • The Hunt Class, by John English
  • Tone: Modifications and War Service (Part 4 of 4), by Hans Lengerer, Sumie Kobler-Edamatsu and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Orzel Class Submarines: Construction (Part 3 of 3), by Przemyslaw Budzbon
  • Ship Trials, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Book Reviews
  • A's and A's
  • Competition Answers, by

Warship Volume XII (Warship 1988?)

Edited by Ian Grant

Issue No 45

  • The Salvage of HM S/M L55 by the Soviet Navy, by Przemyslaw Budzbon and Boris V Lemachko
  • The Story of the USS Vesuvius and the Dynamite Gun, by Francis J Allen
  • F Boote of the Kriegsmarine, by Michael Whitley
  • Hermes at war: The Career of the Vasilevs Georgios 1, 1939-43, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Air Power: The Sinking of IJS Musashi, by Tim Thornton
  • Landing Craft Through the Ages, by Brian Friend
  • Fighting Motor Boats of the Russian Army: Eastern Europe 1915-1920, by René Greger
  • US Submarine Losses, by Vernon J Miller
  • Ship Lists as Source Material, by Jan Glete
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 46

  • Soviet MTB Design and Development, 1919-1939, by René Greger
  • HM Submarine G 5: The Narrative of a Blyth Submarine (Part 1 of 3), by Brian Head
  • Addendum: General Description of the "G" Class Submarine, by
  • The First County Class Cruisers of the Royal Navy: The Monmouths (Part 1 of 2), by Keith McBride
  • Air Power: Soviet Destroyers v the Luftwaffe, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Naval Notebook
  • Landing Craft Through the Ages, by Brian Friend
  • US Submarine Losses, by Vernon J Miller
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 47

  • Canadian Vickers-Built H Class Submarines of the Royal Navy, by J D Perkins
  • USS Katahdin: Fighting Ram, by Francis J Allen
  • The First County Class Cruisers of the Royal Navy: The Devonshires (Part 2 of 2), by Keith McBride
  • The German Navies 1848-1870: Their Engines and Engineers, by Gerhard Koop
  • HM Submarine G 5: The Narrative of a Blyth Submarine (Part 2 of 3), by Brian Head
  • LST Mk 1: Maracaibo Class Landing Ships of the Royal Navy (Part 1 of 2), by Brian Friend
  • A Rather Quiet War, by John Lindop
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Issue No 48

  • Canadian Vickers-Built H Class Submarines of the Royal Navy, by J D Perkins
  • The Powerful Class Cruisers of the Royal Navy, by R A Burt
  • HM Submarine G 5: The Narrative of a Blyth Submarine (Part 3 of 3), by Brian Head
  • The Wreck of HMS Bedford, by Keith McBride
  • S-Boote at War in the West 1941: The E-Boat Campaign in the North Sea, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Seamanship, Steam and Steel: HMS Calliope at Samoa, 15-16 March 1889, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The Imperial German Navy and the Hurricane at Samoa, by Gerhard Koop
  • LST Mk 1: Maracaibo Class Landing Ships of the Royal Navy (Part 2 of 2), by Brian Friend
  • Steel at Sea -- the First Steps: USS Atlanta and USS Boston of 1885, by Francis J Allen
  • The Loss of U464: A Minor Mystery of World War II, by H C Hutson
  • A's and A's
  • Naval Books of the Year 1987-88

Issue No 49

Edited by Ian Grant.

This was the last Quarterly issue and it was not part of any annual volume. Following Issue 49, Warship became an annual journal.

  • Canadian Vickers-Built "H" Class Submarines of the Royal Navy, by J D Perkins
  • The Hawkcraig Experiments, by Brian Head
  • Of Strategy and Money, by Philip G Pugh
  • Submarine Minelayers of the Royal Navy, by Michael Wilson
  • Rangefinders at Tsushima, by Iain Russell
  • Naval Notebook
  • The Sinking of Bartolomeo Colleoni, 19 July 1940, by Werner Stehr
  • The German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen: A Career Under Two Flags, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The British Shipboard Catapult, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • S-Boote at War in the West 1942: The E-Boat Campaign in the North Sea and the Channel, by Pierre Hervieux
  • A's and A's
  • Book Reviews

Warship 1989

Edited by Robert Gardiner

  • The US Navy and the Steam Engine, 1815-1870, by Donal L Canney
  • USS Olympia, by William Emerson
  • The First Flowers, by Keith McBride
  • Naval Warfare in a New Dimension, 1914-1918, by R D Layman
  • Ships with Steel Skirts, by L Norbury-Williams
  • Royal Navy Anti-Aircraft Ships: Naval and Mercantile Conversions, 1934-1943, by John English
  • Katyusha: Soviet Submarine Cruisers, by Marek Twardowski
  • MTB-102: The First of the Many, by Geoffrey Hudson
  • The Sinking of the Yamato, by Tim Thornton
  • Completing the Last Battleship, by Robert Dumas
  • Pegasus Class Hydrofoils, by Al Ross
  • Airships for Early Warning, by Robert Largess
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1990

Edited by Robert Gardiner

  • Chapman's Frigates, by Daniel G Harris
  • Ramming, by David K Brown, RCNC and Philip G Pugh
  • Samkeikan: Japan's Coast Defence Ships of the Matsushima Class, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer, and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Battleship USS Oregon, by William C Emerson
  • Russian "Lake" Type Submarines and the Baltic War, 1914-1916, by Dr. Gene C Stevenson
  • Engadine at Jutland, by R D Layman
  • the Weird Sisters, by Keith McBride
  • The Imperial Japanese Navy Repair Ship Akashi, by Jiro Itani and Hans Lengerer
  • The Yorktown Class, by Robert F Sumrall
  • Aircraft to Malta, by Roger Nailer
  • The Midget Submarine Attack on the Tirpitz, by John Marriott
  • Twilight of the St Laurents, by Thomas G Lynch
  • Warship Note: Danish Tumleren Torpedo Boats, by Tom Wismann
  • Warship Note: Yangtsze River Gunboats -- Photo Feature
  • Warship Note: The Mysterious Fate of the Poltava, by René Greger
  • Warship Note: British Destroyer Requirements, by John English
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1991

Edited by Robert Gardiner

  • The Last Manila Galleon, by David F Marley
  • The Armoured Cruiser USS Brooklyn, by William C Emerson
  • British "M" Class Destroyers of 1913-14, by Keith McBride
  • The Father of the Flat-top?, by R D Layman and Stephen McLaughlin
  • French Submarine Development between the Wars, by John Jordan
  • Anti-Aircraft Gunnery in the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Rise of Japanese Naval Air Power, by Robert C Mikesh
  • Japanese Oxygen Torpedoes and Fire Control Systems, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Leningrad Class at War, by Pierrre Hervieux
  • Romanian Minelaying Operations in the Second World War, by Cristian Craciunoiu and Mark Axworthy
  • Swedish Tre Kronor Class Cruisers, by Daniel G Harris
  • Albacore: The Shape of the Future, by Robert G Largess and Harvey S Horwitz
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1992

Edited by Robert Gardiner

  • The Shipboard Balloon: The Beginnings of Aeronautics, by R D Layman and Stephen McLaughlin
  • The Second Class Battleship USS Maine, by William C Emerson
  • Japan's Proto-Battlecruisers: The Tsukuba and Kurama Classes, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Sverige Class Coastal Defence Ships, by Daniel G Harris
  • After the Dreadnought, by Keith McBride
  • The Le Hardi Class, by John Jordan
  • Second World War Cruisers: Was Armour Really Necessary?, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • Allied Warships in German Hands, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Romanian Submarine Operations in the Second World War, by Cristian Craciunoiu and Mark Axworthy
  • Kormoran versus Sydney, by Kim Kirsner
  • Japanese Special Attack Weapons, by Jiro Itani and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • Countering the Magnetic Mine: 1939-45 and to the Present, by Thomas G Lynch
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1993

Edited by Robert Gardiner

  • Daihousie: The Last Flagship of the Indian Navy and the Question of Imperial Defence, by Andrew Lambert
  • USS New Ironsides: America's First Broadside Ironclad, by William C Emerson
  • Flights of Fancy: Unusual Shipboard Aircraft Launch and Recovery Systems, by R D Layman and Stephen McLaughlin
  • Super-Dreadnoughts: The Orion Battleship Family, by Keith McBride
  • The First Hunter-Killers: British "R" Class Submarines of 1917, by David Miller
  • Revolution Manque: Tehcnical Change in the Royal Navy at the End of the First World War, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The French Flotilla Programme of 1922, by John Jordan
  • Seetakt, by P F Wright
  • Japanese Midget Submarines: Khydteki Types A to C, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • The Admiral Scheer at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Akizuki Class, by Jiro Itani, Hans Lengerer and Tomoko Rehm-Takahara
  • USS Triton: The Ultimate Submersible, by Robert G Largess and Harvey S Horwitz
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1994

Edited by John Roberts

  • French Sail-of-the-Line in the Napoleonic Wars (1792-1815), by Steve Marthinsen
  • The Swedish Monitors, by Daniel G Harris
  • Naval Kite Trials, by R D Layman
  • The Baltic Dreadnoughts: The Sevastopol Class, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Argus, by Keith McBride
  • The 2400-tonnes Series: The Four-Funnelled Contre-Torpilleurs of the Pre-War Marine Nationale, by John Jordan
  • Abdiel Class Fast Minelayers at War, by Richard N J Wright
  • The Sinking of the Bismarck: An Analysis of the Damage, by William H Garzke Jr, Robert 0 Dulin Jr and David K Brown, RCNC
  • War Operations of the German Types 35 and 37 Torpedo Boats, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Origins of Canadian Carrier Aviation: Canadian-manned Escort Carriers of the Royal Navy 1943-45, by
  • The Soviet Cruisers of the Chapayev and Sverdlov Classes, by V VJarovoj and René Greger
  • The Cold War, Korea and US Minesweepers, by Norman Friedman
  • Swedish Post-War Submarines, by David Miller
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1995

Edited by John Roberts

  • The Union Navy during the Civil War, 1861-65, by Donald L Canney
  • The Kaiser Franz Joseph I Class Torpedo-rams of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, by Erwin F Sieche
  • The Mast and Funnel Question: Fire-Control Positions in British Dreadnoughts 1905-1915, by John Roberts
  • On the Brink of Armageddon: Capital Ship Dvelopment on the Eve of the First World War, by Keith McBride
  • The Day the Admirals Wept: Ostfriesland and the Anatomy of a Myth, by R D Layman
  • British Heavy Cost-Defence Guns in World War II, by N J M Campbell
  • The 7600-tonne Cruisers, by John Jordan
  • The Last of the China Gunboats, by Richard N J Wright
  • German Auxiliaries at War 1939-45: Minesweepers, Submarine-Chasers and Patrol Boats, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Warrior and Magnificent: Postwar Canadian Carrier Aviation, 1945-57, by Thomas G Lynch
  • Sir Rowland Baker, RCNC, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • the 1950s Coastal Frigate Designs for the Royal Navy, by George L Moore
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Ian Sturton

Warship 1996

Edited by David McLean and Antony Preston

  • The Swedish Armoured Coastal Defence Ships, by Daniel G Harris
  • The Mystery of the Last Voyage of Japanese Submarine I-52, by David Miller
  • Entente Cordiale, 1865, by Colin Jones
  • Prelude to Disaster: E-Boat Operations in the Western Channel, 1942-44, by Ian W Skinner
  • Emile Bertin: Fast Minelaying Cruiser, by John Jordan
  • The Russo-Japanese War: Technical Lessons as Perceived by the Royal Navy, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The Royal Navy's 1944 Cruiser, by George L Moore
  • The Peiyang and Nanyang Cruisers of the 1880s, by Richard N J Wright
  • The Loss of HMS Queen Mary at Jutland, by M W Williams
  • German Type 35, 40, and 43 Minesweepers at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Percy Scott and the Director, by John Brooks
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Antony Preston
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 1997-1998

Edited by David McLean and Antony Preston

  • Ruling the Waves, by Colin Jones
  • Kite Balloons in the US Navy, 1915-22, by R D Layman
  • Armstrong's Unbuilt Warships, by Peter Brook
  • Cruisers for the Royal Navy: The 1932-42 Programmes, by George L Moore
  • Sir Stanley V Goodall, KCB, OBE, RCNC, by Eur Ing David K Brown, RCNC
  • The German Navy from Versailles to Hitler, by George Paloczi-Horvath
  • The Origins of the French 8,000-tonne Cruisers of 1922, by John Jordan
  • The Canadian Naval Aviation Experience: The Ships, Aircraft and Operations, 1944-69. Part 4 HMCS Bonaventure: Last of the Breed, by Thomas G Lynch
  • Operation "Deadlight", by David Miller
  • German TA Torpedo Boats at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • HMS Tirade and the Sinking of UC-55, by M W Williams
  • The Tragic Loss of HMS Curacoa, by Peter Kelly
  • Eight Six-inch Guns in Pairs: The Leander and Sydney Class Cruisers, by Keith McBride
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • The Naval Year in Review, by Antony Preston
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 1999-2000

Edited by Antony Preston

  • The Building of Numbers 294 & 295: The Laird Rams, by Arnold A Putnam
  • The Sea of Azov Expedition, 1855, by Eur Ing David K Brown, RCNC
  • Creating an Inshore Navy: Royal Navy Littoral Warfare Forces in The Russian War 1854-56, by Antony Preston
  • The Battle of the Yalu, 17 September 1894, by Peter Brook
  • From Riurik to Riurik: Russia's Armoured Cruisers, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • The Japanese Experimental Light Cruiser Yubari, by Frido G Kip
  • The Origins of Dunkerque and Strasbourg, by John Jordan
  • Dire Straits: The Transit of the Lombok Strait, September 1964, by Paul French
  • The Steam Gunboats, by George L Moore
  • The Brazilian Imperial Navy Ironclads, 1865-1874, by George A Gratz
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Navies in Review 1997-99, by Antony Preston
  • Warship Notes
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2000-2001

Edited by Antony Preston

  • First Class Cruisers (Part 1 of 2), by David Topliss with Chris Ware
  • German Type II Submarines at War, by Pierre Hervieux
  • Armoured Cruiser versus Armoured Cruiser: Ulsan, 14 August 1904, by Peter Brook
  • The Retvizan: An American Battleship for the Tsar, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Nile and Trafalgar: The Last British Ironclads, by Keith McBride
  • The Navy of Victoria, Australia, by Colin Jones
  • War Against the Wounded, by Peter Kelly
  • Swedish Steam Torpedo Boats, by Daniel G Harris
  • Sir William White KCB, FRS, LLD, DSc, by David K Brown, RCNC
  • The Contre-Torpilleurs of the Le Fantasque Class, by John Jordan
  • Soviet and Russian Air-Independent Submarines, by Antony Preston
  • The "Weapon" and Gallant Class Destroyers, by George Moore
  • Navies in Review 2000-2001, by Antony Preston
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Warship Notes
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2001-2002

Edited by Antony Preston

  • First Class Cruisers (Part 2 of 2), by David Topliss & Chris Ware
  • The Royal Navy and the Role of Seapower in Global Politics, 1856-1871, by Pascal Barras
  • Spain's Farewell to greatness: The Battle of Santiago, 3 July 1898, by Peter Brook
  • Australian Colonial Navies, 1855-1900, by Colin Jones
  • "The Wobbly Eight": King Edward VII Class Battleships, 1897-1922, by Keith McBride
  • The Royal Romanian Navy at War, 1941-1944, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Swedish Torpedo Cruisers, by Dan Harris
  • Some thoughts on British Mines in the First World War, by D K Brown
  • The French Cruiser Algerie, by John Jordan
  • Predreadnoughts vs a Dreadnought: The Action off Cape Sarych, 18 November 1914, by Steve McLaughlin
  • The Blackwood Class, Type 14 Second Rate Frigates, by George Moore
  • Armstrong Portfolio Number Four, by Peter Brook & Ian Sturton
  • Navies in Review 2001-2002, by Antony Preston
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2002-2003

Edited by Antony Preston

  • The Riddle of the Shells: The Approach to War, 1882-1914 (Part 1 of 3), by Iain McCallum
  • The Aircraft Transport Commandant Teste, by John Jordan
  • The "Battle" Class Destroyers, by George Moore
  • German Motor Minsweepers at War, 1939-1945, by Pierre Hervieux
  • The Admiralty Fire Control Tables, by John Brooks
  • Armstrongs and the Italian Navy, by Peter Brook
  • An Argentinian Naval Buildup in the Disarmament Era: The Naval Procurement Act of 1926, by Guillermo J Montenegro
  • Defeat in the Atlantic: Anti-submarine warfare 1917-1919, by D K Brown
  • Warship Notes
  • Reviews
  • Navies in Review 2002-2003, by Antony Preston

Warship 2004

Edited by Antony Preston

  • The Riddle of the Shells, 1914-1918: The Test of Battle, Heligoland to the Dardanelles (Part 2 of 3), by Iain McCallum
  • The Minelaying Cruiser Pluton, by John Jordan
  • Naniwa and Takachiho: Elswick-built Protected Cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Kathrin Milanovich
  • Armstrongs' Contribution to the New United States Navy, by Peter Brook
  • A Century-Long Dream: Single Purpose Engine Submarines of the Italian Navy, by Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent O'Hara
  • Minelayer Clas Fleming: an Early Gas Turbine Ship, by Daniel G Harris
  • Project 69: The Kronshtadt Class Battlecruisers, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • The Dawn of the Salisbury, Leopard, and Whitby Class Frigates, by George Moore
  • The Ships Named Anzac, by Colin Jones
  • Navies in Review 2003-2004, by
  • Warship Notes
  • The World's Worst Warships, by
  • Reviews
  • Warship Gallery, by

Warship 2005

Edited by John Jordan

  • The Riddle of the Shells, 1914-1918: Disappointment in the North Sea (Part 3 of 3), by Iain McCallum
  • Duquesne and Tourville: The First French Treaty Cruisers, by John Jordan
  • Aboard Orel at Tsushima, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Lord Nelson and Agamemnon, by Keith McBride
  • Steam Torpedo Boats of the Royal Navy, by D K Brown
  • The Star-Crossed Split: the Troubled Story of an Unlucky Flagship, by Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent O'Hara
  • From Daring to Devonshire, by George Moore
  • The "Escorteurs Rapides" Chateaurenault and Guichen, by John Jordan
  • The Underside of Warship Design: A Preliminary History of Pumping and Drainage. Part I: The Pre-Dreadnought Era, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Navies in Review 2004
  • Warship Notes
  • Reviews
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2006

Edited by John Jordan

  • French Treaty Cruisers: The Middle Period, by John Jordan
  • The Underside of Warship Design: A Preliminary History of Pumping and Drainage: The Dreadnought Era, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Post War Cruiser Designs for the Royal Navy 1946-1956, by George Moore
  • The High-Speed submarines of the I201 Class, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Design of the Castle Class: A Personal View, by D K Brown
  • The Breakout Fleet: The Oceanic Programmes of the Regia Marina, 1934-1940, by Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent O'Hara
  • Project 82: The Stalingrad Class, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Battleship End-Notes: Almirante Latorre, by Ian Sturton
  • Chiyoda (II): First "Armoured Cruiser" of The Imperial Japanese Navy, by Kathrin Milanovich
  • Navies in Review 2005
  • Warship Notes
  • Reviews
  • Warship Gallery -- the French Marine Nationale in North Africa 1939-42

Warship 2007

Edited by John Jordan

  • HMS Girdle Ness: Sea Slug Missile Trials Ship, by Jon Wise
  • The First Pearl Harbor: the attack by British torpedo planes on the German High Seas Fleet planned for 1918, by David Hobbs
  • Sir Nathaniel Barnaby, KCB, by David K Brown
  • The contre-torpilleurs of the Mogador Class, by John Jordan
  • Search for a Flattop: the Italian Navy and the Aircraft Carrier 1907-2007, by Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent P O'Hara
  • The Baden Trials, by William Schleihauf
  • The Japanese Destroyers of the Hatsuharu Class, by Hans Lengerer
  • Port Edgar Destroyer Base, 1916-28, by Mark Brady
  • The Iéna Disaster, 1907, by Philippe Caresse
  • The Loss of the Battleship Novorossiisk: Accident or Sabotage?, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Navies in Review 2006
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2008

Edited by John Jordan

  • Hôshô: The First Aircraft Carrier of the Imperial Japanese Navy, by Kathrin Milanovich
  • The Action off Calabria and the Myth of Moral Ascendancy, by Vincent P O'Hara
  • Diminishing Returns: Small Battleship Designs, 1919-1953, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • Imperial Japanese Minelayers Itsukushima, Okinoshima, and Tsugaru, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Odyssey of Von Spee and the East Asiatic Squadron, 1914, by Philippe Caresse
  • Italian Fast Coastal Forces: Development, Doctrine and Campaigns, 1914-1986. Part One: From the Beginning to 1934, by Erminio Bagnasco, Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent P O'Hara
  • The Soviet Project 7/7U Destroyers, by Vladimir Yakubov and Richard Worth
  • The Cruiser De Grasse, by John Jordan and Bruno Gire
  • First Class Cruisers: Part Three, by Chris Ware
  • Warship Notes
  • Navies in Review 2008
  • Reviews
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2009

Edited by John Jordan

  • Fuelling the VIctorian Steam Navy, by Bob Wilson
  • The Royal Navy and the Evolution of the "true Submarine", 1945-1963, by Jon Wise
  • Ise and Hyûga: The IJN's Hybrid Battleship-Carriers, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Training Ship Jadran, by Dr. Zvonimir Freivogel
  • Italian Fast Coastal Forces: Development, Doctrine and Campaigns, 1914-1986. Part Two: 1934 to 1986, by Erminio Bagnasco, Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent P O'Hara
  • The Soviet Light Cruisers of the Kirov cClass, by Vladimir Yakubov and Richard Worth
  • A Shipyard at War: John Brown & Co. Ltd, Clydebank, 1914-18, by Ian Johnston
  • Monarch and Captain, by Colin Jones
  • Mutsu: An Exploration of the Circumstances Surrounding Her Loss, by Mike Williams
  • Weather and Warship Casualties 1934-1944, by David K Brown
  • World Navies in Review 2008
  • Warship Notes
  • Reviews
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2010

Edited by John Jordan

  • The Drama of the Battleship Suffren, by Philippe Caresse
  • Admiralty Floating Docks, by Ian Buxton
  • AA to AA: The Fijis Turn Full Circle, by David Murfin
  • PA16 Joffre: France's Carrier Project of 1938, by John Jordan
  • Taranto: The Raid and the Aftermath, by Enrico Cernuschi and Vincent P O'Hara
  • Cancelled Siters: The Modified Hood Class, by Ian Sturton
  • Katsuragi and the Failure of the Mass Production of Medium Sized Aircraft Carriers, by Hans Lengerer
  • "Equal Speed Charlie London": Jellicoe's Deployment at Jutland, by Steve McLaughlin
  • Modern European Air Defence Escorts: Different Solutions to a Common Problem, by Conrad Waters
  • Conduite du Tir: the Birth of Centralised Fire Control, by John Spencer
  • Two Ill-Fated French-Built Japanese Warships, by Kathrin Milanovich
  • Chinese Coast Defence Ships, by Kenneth Fraser
  • The Wreck of the Danton, by Gerard Prevoteaux
  • Vickers Cruiser Design for Brazil, by David Murfin
  • Hyûga, the Last Months, by Michael Williams
  • The Royal Navy's Icebreaker Project, by Jon Wise
  • A's and A's
  • Warship Gallery: Anatomy of an Accident: Mediterranean Fleet collision off Malta, 16 February, 1937, by Michael WIllams

Warship 2011

Edited by John Jordan

  • High Speed Thoroughbreds: The US Navy's Lexington class Battle Cruiser Designs, by Trent Hone
  • The Cruiser Dupuy-de-Lôme, by Luc Feron
  • The Battle of Casablanca: The Marine Nationale versus the US Navy, by Vincent P O'Hara
  • The Crioseur de Bataille de 37,000 tonnes, by John Jordan
  • Modern European Amphibious Assault Ships, by Conrad Waters
  • Battle at Valparaiso, by Colin Jones
  • Bussei's Hydrofoil: History of a Secret Project, 1941-1963, Enrico Cernuschi
  • Russia's First Ironclads: Pervenets, Ne tron menia and Kreml, by Steve McLaughlin
  • Damnable Folly? Small Cruiser Designs for the Royal Navy Between the Wars, by David Murfin
  • The Tomozuru Incident, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Stranding, Grounding and Destruction of HMS Effingham, 1940, by Richard N J Wright
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Warship Gallery

Warship 2012

Edited by John Jordan

  • Building the Grand Fleet: 1906-1916, by Ian Johnston, Brian Newman and Ian Buxton
  • Jules Verne and Gladiateur, by John Jordan
  • TB 191 - A Tasmanian Torpedo Boat, by Mark Briggs
  • The Loss of the Giuseppe Garibaldi, by Zvonimir Freivogel
  • Conduite du Tir Part 2: 1900 to 1913, by John Spencer
  • Modern Air-Independent Propulsion Equipped Submarines, by Conrad Waters
  • Yahagi: One Light Cruiser at Leyte Gulf, by Mike Williams
  • Russia's "American" Monitors: The Uragan Class, by Stephen McLaughlin
  • The Battleship Gaulois, by Philippe Caresse
  • The Cruiser Family Talbot, by Keith McBride
  • The Battlecruisers of the Kongô Class, by Hans Lengerer
  • The Limits of Naval Power, by Colin Jones
  • Warship Notes
  • Naval Books of the Year
  • Warship Gallery

Where to obtain Warship

The problem posed by Warship is the somewhat scarce nature of the editions. Single quarterly issues or annual volumes can often be found in used book stores or on eBay (I recommend Bookfinder.com as a search service).

Recent editions may be available on Amazon.com.

Acknowledgement

Special thanks to Paul Parsons, Ron Hillsden, Mark Horan, Reginaldo da Silva Bacchi, and Tim Lanzendoerfer for help in filling in gaps in this data.

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