Warships after Washington - The Development of the Five Major Fleets 1922-1930, John Jordan.
Looks at the impact of the Washington Naval Treaty on the development
of the British, American, Japanese, French and Italian fleets and the
types of ships designed and built during the 1920s. Fills a gap in the
literature on warship development, and helps explain the 'why' of
interwar ship design, as well as looking at the successes and failures
of the treaty.
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