1st Edition

Naval Operations of the Campaign in Norway, April-June 1940

By David Brown Copyright 2000
    248 Pages
    by Routledge

    248 Pages
    by Routledge

    This is the official Naval Staff history of the Norway campaign, originally published internally in 1951. It covers the period from early April 1940 to the completion of operations in June. The operation involved most of the Royal Navy's ships in the Home theatre at the time.

    Stone & Stone

    "once again, Cass offers a valuable chunk of history"

    Ships Telegraph

    "essential PJHQ reading"

    "a highly important book"

    The Bulletin of the Military Historical Society


    David Brown former Head of the Naval Historical Branch.

    'The release of the official British history of the Norwegian naval operations of the Second World War provides fascinating reading as a tale of near-misses, bravery and blunders ... the book contains a wealth of detail ... a fascinating study of the attack on Norway [it] should be read by all interested in this campaign, in the use of sea power for amphibious attacks, and in the employment of joint forces.' - The Northern Mariner