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Latest revision as of 13:01, 27 November 2019

This List of Royal Naval War College publications, covering 1906 to 1911, is taken from the appendix of a memorandum prepared by Oswyn A. R. Murray for Winston S. Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, in 1911.[1]

War College No. Title of Pamphlet Date Published Remarks
1 Notes on Strategy (Captain Edmond J. W. Slade and J. S. Corbett). September, 1906
2 Rules for Tactical and Strategical War Games. October, 1906 Copy in NMM, NOE/13C.
3 Battleships and Battleship Tactics (Captain Slade). November, 1906 Copy in NMM, HTN/116B.
4 Translation of Article by Von Maltzahn. November, 1906
5 Battle of Tsushima (Semenov, translated by Captain Cresswell J. Eyres). 1906
6 Panama Canal (Lecture by Lieut. Lewin). December, 1906
7 Reconnaissance Reports (Cowes and Sandown). May, 1907
8 Strategical Reports. May, 1907
9 Coast Reconnaissance in Peace September, 1907
10 Rules of War Game (Revised). October, 1907
11 Essays (Autumn, 1907) January, 1908
12 Reconnaissance Report (Swanage and Studland Bay). May, 1908
13 Essays (Spring, 1908). Also Con. Essays 13a-h. May, 1908
14 The Struggle for Canada: A Summary. July, 1908
15 Rules of War Game (Second Edition). September, 1908
16 Coast Reconnaissance in Peace (Revised). September, 1908
17 Combined Operations Notes. September, 1908
18 Maritime Warfare (Der Seekrieg), translated by Captain H. W. Grant September, 1908
19 Physical Training in the Navy. November, 1908
20 Catalogue of the Library. November, 1908
21 Lecture by Lieut. K. Dewar.
22 Essays (Autumn, 1908) and Conf. Series 22a-f. January, 1909
23 Notes on Strategy (No. 1 Revised). January, 1909 Copy in NMM, HTN/116B.
24 Reconnaissance Reports (Great Yarmouth). May, 1909
25 Essays. May, 1909
26 Search Problems (Fly Sheet). May, 1909
Unnumbered Lithographs Showing Deployment, Etc., with Printed Explanation. May, 1909
27 Essays (Autumn Session, 1909). January, 1910
28 Reconnaissance Reports (Cowes and Sandown). Reprint of No. 7. March, 1910
29 Essays (Spring Session, 1910). July, 1910
30 Instructions for War Game. September, 1910 Copy in NMM, HTN/116B.
Unnumbered Oversea Expeditions. October, 1910
31 Library Catalogue (Revised). November, 1910
32 Coast Reconnaissance in Peace. March, 1911
33 Reconnaissance Report, King Rock, Skipsea. March, 1911
34 Essays (Autumn Session, 1910). March, 1911
35 Commander Stansbury - Naval Strategy.
36 Instructions for Tactical and Strategical Games. September, 1911
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42 Instructions for Tactical and Strategical Exercises.[2] January, 1914

See Also

Footnotes

  1. The National Archives. The National Archives. CAB 1/31 ff. 179-180.
  2. Inferred from note on cover of Naval Staff, Tactical Division (January, 1921). "Instructions for Tactical and Strategical Exercises. Carried Out on Tables or Boards".

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