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Brassey's Naval Annual

Title page of 1887 edition, published 1888

The Naval Annual was a book that sought to bring together a large amount of information on naval subjects, which had previously been obtainable only by consulting numerous publications and chiefly from foreign sources.[1] It was started by Thomas Brassey, 1st Earl Brassey, and was first published in 1886.

During its life it underwent a number of name changes.

Contents

  • Editors of Brassey's Annuals 1886–1992 1
    • Naval Annual 1.1
    • Naval and Shipping Annual 1.2
    • Naval Annual 1.3
    • Brassey's Annual – The Armed Forces Yearbook 1.4
    • Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook 1.5
  • Footnotes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Editors of Brassey's Annuals 1886–1992[2]

Naval Annual

Naval and Shipping Annual

  • 1920–1928 Sir Alexander Richardson and Archibald Hurd
  • 1929 C. N. Robinson
  • 1930–1935 C. N. Robinson and H. M. Ross

Naval Annual

  • 1936 C. N. Robinson
  • 1937–1949 H. G. Thursfield

Brassey's Annual – The Armed Forces Yearbook

  • 1950–1963 H. G. Thursfield
  • 1964–1973 J. L. Moulton

Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook

  • 1974–1975 editorial board: S. W. B. Menaul, R. G. S. Bidwell, R. H. F. Cox
  • 1976 editorial board: S. W. B. Menaul, A. E. Younger, R. H. F. Cox
  • 1977–1979 editorial board: A. E. Younger, E. F. Gueritz, R. H. F. Cox
  • 1980–1982 editorial board: E. F. Gueritz, Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw
  • 1983–1984 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw
  • 1985 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw, Maj-Gen (rtd) A. J. Trythall. Editor: B. H. Reid
  • 1986–88 ???
  • 1989 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Group Captain G. Gilbert AFC RAF (rtd), Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw, Maj-Gen (rtd) A. J. Trythall, Jonathan Eyal[3]
  • 1990 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Helen MacDonald, Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw, Maj-Gen (rtd) A.J. Trythall, Jonathan Eyal[4]
  • 1991 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Henry Stanhope, Jennifer Shaw, Maj-Gen (rtd) A. J. Trythall, Jonathan Eyal[5]
  • 1992 editorial board: Group Captain David Bolton RAF (rtd), Jennifer Shaw, Maj-Gen (rtd) A. J. Trythall, Jonathan Eyal[6]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Preface to the first edition of The Naval Annual, July 1886.
  2. ^ Editors from 1886–1986 fromIronclad to Trident, p. v–vi.
  3. ^ Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1989
  4. ^ Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1990
  5. ^ Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1991
  6. ^ Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1992

References

  • Brassey, Thomas (ed.), The Naval Annual, 1886.
  • Ranft, Bryan (ed.), Ironclad to Trident, 100 Years of Defence Commentary, BRASSEYS's 1886–1986, Brassey's Defence Publishing (part of the Pergamon Group), 1986. ISBN 0-08-031191-1.
  • Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1989. ISBN 0-08-036698-8.
  • Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1990. ISBN 0-08-037338-0.
  • Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1991. ISBN 0-08-040729-3.
  • Royal United Services Institute and Brassey's Defence Yearbook, 1992. ISBN 1-85753-030-6.

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