|Statement||by Arthur W. Jose. With 202 illustrations and maps.|
|Series||Official history of Australia in the war of 1914-1918 -- vol. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xli, 649 p.|
|Number of Pages||649|
This book reveals the little reported facts of the Royal Australian Navy's (RAN) involvement with MacArthur's battle operations. The RAN commanded all the hydrographic surveying for MacArthur's shipping and amphibious assaults, and it shouldered the 4/5(3). Get this from a library! The Royal Australian Navy, [Arthur W Jose]. RAN Royal Australian Navy WW1 Books and other Media The greatest military feat undertaken by the Australian Navy in World War One was the sinking of the German warship Emden by HMAS Sydney on the 8th November The Sydney was never again too fire her guns against a surface enemy. Writing in the s, when the future development of the Royal Australian Navy was uncertain, Jose attempted to combat what he perceived as local tendencies either to reduce participation in Imperial Defence or to leave all responsibility for it to Great Britain.
In November , all men on board HMAS Sydney were lost when she was sunk by the German raider Kormoran. Disaster continued into which is considered the ‘blackest’ period for the RAN. In , the Australian Navy suffered the loss of 3 larger ships, HMAS Canberra, Yarra and Perth along with Vampire, Kuttabul, Voyager and Armidale. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Australia. Royal Australian Navy; Format: Book; 13 v ; cm. Australian Maritime Doctrine is the Royal Australian Navy's capstone work of doctrine. It is a guide to understanding the unique nature of the RAN's contribution to Australia's national security and how the Navy goes about its business. The book contains a vast amount of information, well told and supported by many photos, diagrams and a comprehensive appendix. Filed Under: Naval Historical Review, History - general, Ship design and development, Book reviews, Royal Australian Navy Tagged With: Royal Australian Navy.
Welcome to the Royal Australian Navy’s history web page. Here you will find an ever-growing account of the deeds of those who have served in Australia’s multifarious naval forces from the passing of the Colonial Naval Defence Act to present day. This page is hosted by the Naval History Section which is part of the Sea Power Centre. Ships and maritime history: Shipping Registers. The Royal Australian Navy, – (9th edition, ) Royal Australian Navy, – (1st edition, ) Books about the Royal Australian Navy The Royal Australian Navy: ships, aircraft and shore establishments. This is the primary source of information on RAN ships. Author: Tony May. Celebrate years of pride in the Fleet and discover the rich history of the Royal Australian Navy with this superbly designed and crafted full color book. The entry into Sydney Harbour of the Royal Australian Fleet on the 4th of October was an even of national significance and great achievement by the young Australian : Royal Australian Navy. Operated by the RAAF in support of the Royal Australian Navy. The aircraft were embarked on board the cruisers HMAS Australia, HMAS Canberra, HMAS Hobart, HMAS Perth and HMAS Sydney, plus the naval vessels HMAS Manoora and HMAS Westralia.