Although I can’t spill too many beans just now, as it were, I can tell you that 2020 is going to be a bumper year for me. My book Living On Shaky Ground was reissued in new and updated form a few weeks back. This week there’s been another new issue. Back in 2018 I wrote a monograph – an extended essay – about the economics and other limitations of Britain’s final major naval building programme in the late 1930s.
It was called Britain’s Last Battleships, and it’s now available in revised second edition. It’s about how Britain’s Imperial sunset was hard to perceive – especially for those inside the bubble. What’s more, there’s a brand new title in that series coming, later this year, along with a major book that I’ll talk about later (see what I mean by ‘bumper’).
For now, though, check this out.
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