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The Royal New Zealand Navy


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Admiralty Ships of Royal Navy. Statement of Losses during the Second World War HM Stationery Office, 1947
Admiralty British Merchant Ships Lost or Damaged by Enemy Action during the Second World War HM Stationery Office, 1947
Admiralty German, Italian and Japanese U- boat Casualties during the War HM Stationery Office, 1947
Admiralty The Navy List, January 1919; July 1939 HM Stationery Office
Admiralty (Hydrographic Department) Pacific Pilot and South America Pilot
Allen, Sir James New Zealand and Naval Defence (Paper read before New Zealand Historical Association) Coulls, Somerville and Wilkie, 1929
Brassey's Naval Annual (various years) Clowes
British Ministry of Information Radar (Development and Employment) US Edition, 1945
Churchill, Sir Winston The World Crisis, 1914–18, Vol. I Thornton Butterworth, 1923
Churchill, Sir Winston The Second World War, Vols. I to VI Cassell, 1948–54
Corbett, Sir Julian Naval Operations. Official History of the War, 1914–18, Vols. I to III Murray, 1920–23
Cunningham, Admiral of the Fleet Viscount A Sailor's Odyssey Hutchinson, 1951
Goodwin, R. B. Hurd, Sir Archibald Hongkong Escape The Merchant Navy. Official History of the War, 1914–18, Vols. I to III Barker, 1953 Murray, 1921, 1924, 1929
Janes Fighting Ships (various years) Sampson, Low
Jose, A. W. The Royal Australian Navy. Official History of Australia in the War of 1914–18, Vol. IX Angus and Robertson
King, Fleet Admiral E. J., The United States Navy at War, 1941–45 US Navy Department, 1946
USN Kipling, Rudyard Sea Warfare McMillan, 1916page 552
Lloyd's Register of Shipping Register Books, 1939–45
The London Gazette, Supplements to Naval Despatches (various actions and operations) HM Stationery Office, 1940–45
Miller, John, Jr. Guadalcanal: The First Offensive. US Army in World War II: The War in the Pacific Historical Division, Department of Army, 1949
Morison, S. E. History of US Naval Operations in World War II Little, Brown, Boston
Vol. IV: Coral Sea, Midway and Submarine Actions 1949
Vol. V: The Struggle for Guadalcanal 1950
Vol. VI: Breaking the Bismarcks Barrier 1950
National Expenditure Commission Report (Parliamentary Paper) Government Printer, New Zealand, 1932
Navy, Army, Air, and Marine Departments Statement of Strengths and Losses in Armed Services and Mercantile Marine in 1939–45 War (Parliamentary Paper) Government Printer, New Zealand, 1948
Ogasawara, Vice-Admiral Nagayo The Life of Admiral Togo (translation by Jukichi and Tozo Inouye) Seito Shorin Press, Tokyo, 1934
Royal United Services Institution Journal August 1947
Stockman, Captain J. R., USMC The Battle for Tarawa Historical Division, US Marine Corps, 1946
Wilmot, Chester The Struggle for Europe Collins, 1952


Admiralty The War at Sea 1939–45 (Chronological record of operations, Vols. I–VI)
Battle Summaries (Narratives of various actions and operations)
Weekly Intelligence Report
Monthly Anti-Submarine Report
British and Foreign Merchant Vessels Lost or Damaged during Second World War
Reports of Proceedings (Various naval operations)
Graf Spee, 1939. The German Story Other captured German documents (translations of raiders' war diaries, etc.)
The Navy List, 1939–45page 553
Australian Official War History Narrative of Japanese midget submarine attack on Sydney, May 1942
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Narrative on Radar Development
Jellicoe, Admiral of the Fleet Earl Report on Naval Mission to the Dominion of New Zealand, 1919
Manhattan Engineer District The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1946
New Zealand Navy Office Records files; general and personal Signal Logs, 1939–45 Ships' Logs, War Diaries, and Reports of Proceedings
Annual Reports of Naval Board, 1939–45
The Navy List (RNZN), 1939–46
United States Far East Command: General Headquarters; Military History Section The Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II
United States Navy Combat Narratives (Accounts of Naval Operations in Pacific, 1942–43)
Naval Intelligence Reports (ONI Weekly and various)
Captured Japanese documents, translations
United States Strategic Bombing Survey (Pacific), Naval Analysis Division The Campaigns of the Pacific War, 1947 The Effects of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 1946
United States Joint Army and Navy Assessment Committee Japanese Navy and Merchant Shipping Losses during World War II, 1947
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