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1 June 30, 2018

Articles and Statements

1. Pedro R. Barreiro
Uruguayan Navy during WW2

International Naval Journal, 2018, 6(1): 3-8.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2018.1.3CrossRef

The participation of large ships of the Uruguayan navy on World War II is described quite well in the literature. But the actions of small ships usually remain behind the scenes. Information about them is usually limited to a set of characteristics from naval reference books and an indication that such ships were just in the specified period. The article describes the small ships of the Uruguayan Navy, the period of the Second World War, their brief description and biography. The article is a shortened version of the author’s monograph published earlier.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1545431453.pdf
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2. Kent R. Crawford, Donald E. Carlucci
Swansong: Blakely, Brooke and Vavasseur. Part 1

International Naval Journal, 2018, 6(1): 9-81.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2018.1.9CrossRef

The decades of the 1860s and 1870s were characterized by one of the most thorough-going Technological Revolutions the world had ever seen, it has been characterized as the ‘second industrial revolution.’ And this Revolution affected the world’s Navies no less than every other human endeavor. In the field of ordnance, iron smooth bore cannon firing solid round shot were replaced by rifled cannon. History recalls the many of the designers and/or manufacturers of the Great Guns. There was, however, one particular designer whose brief career has been overlooked until recently. The performance and detailed information of the better known major gun founders is well documented and easily obtainable, but those of the lesser known producers are lost to history. Except for some third party accounts, official documents and some sub-contractor sales records, little remains of Captain Blakely’s work. Almost all of his business records appear to have been passed to Vavasseur in 1867, whose own files and records were incorporated into the Armstrong archives when The London Ordnance Company merged with Armstrong in 1883, and subsequently destroyed in WW II. This paper seeks to remedy that lack, to the greatest extent possible. With few exceptions, the Muzzle Velocity figures in the tabular data are calculated values, and should be considered nominal.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1545431505.pdf
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3. Alexander F. Mitrofanov
First Spanish Submarines

International Naval Journal, 2018, 6(1): 82-87.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2018.1.82CrossRef

The paper gives a brief history of the creation and experiments of the first submarines of Spain. Despite the industrial left the second half of the XIX century, Spain was nevertheless among the pioneers in the creation of underwater weapons. During this period, the construction of submarines Narcíso Monturiol and Isaac Peral, which for the first time applied technical solutions on their boats that are still used on these weapons, falls on this. Currently, all three boats are used as monuments in Spain.

URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1545431545.pdf
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4. Anvar Mamadaliev
70th Anniversary of Kent Rand Crawford

International Naval Journal, 2018, 6(1): 88-90.
DOI: 10.13187/inj.2018.1.88CrossRef
URL: http://ejournal37.com/journals_n/1545431602.pdf
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