British naval armaments, cartels, and defence planning between the world wars

@article{Miller2016BritishNA,
  title={British naval armaments, cartels, and defence planning between the world wars},
  author={Christopher W. Miller},
  journal={Entreprises Et Histoire},
  year={2016},
  volume={85},
  pages={70-87}
}
Between the Armistice and the outbreak of the Second World War, the private naval armaments industry in Britain consisted of a handful of large firms which supplied almost every part of every warship over one thousand tons and the relationship between these firms and the British state is of interest to historian. Disarmament posed problems for the industry’s ability to retain capacity and, later on, to meet the demands of rapid naval expansion. This, in turn created significant challenges for… Expand
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