Armchair Admirals Stream: A Historical Look at the Commonwealth Navies

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Armchair Admirals Stream: A Historical Look at the Commonwealth Navies

The Armchair Admirals: A distinguished panel of naval historians and enthusiasts—DrachinifelDr. Alexander ClarkeKillerbin, and Tuccy—convene to explore the annals of warship history. Their collective expertise forms a formidable fleet, navigating the intricate waters of naval heritage.

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These erudite gentlemen invite you to embark on an intellectual voyage. Tonight’s topic: “Commonwealth Navies in History.” Prepare to delve into the chronicles of maritime powerhouses, where battleships and cruisers shaped the geopolitical tides.

Their stream is not merely a recommendation; it’s an opportunity to witness the past unfurl like a well-preserved sail. As they dissect historical facts, you’ll gain insights into the strategies, triumphs, and challenges faced by Commonwealth navies across epochs.

Questions can be Answered.

In this episode, they will be discussing the impact and efforts of the Commonwealth Navies.
Therefore, they would like to extend to you all the ability to submit questions which they will hopefully cover on the stream with our guests in the usual space.
Please post your questions here.
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What the Topic is

The naval forces from the nations that today make up the Commonwealth of Nations have a long history—dating back to the 19th century—of fighting side-by-side with the Royal Navy in numerous conflicts. In fact, without the support of these Commonwealth nations, the British Empire would have seriously struggled to conduct many of its operations in wartime.

To note, the Royal Canadian Navy lent vital support in convoy escorting operations and anti-submarine patrols; the Royal Australian Navy provided numerous cruisers and destroyers, including the famed ‘Scrap Iron Flotilla;’ and the Royal New Zealand Navy's ships engaged German surface raiders and supported Allied operations throughout World War II. 

For their part, the beginnings of South African and Indian navies during this period highlighted just how much work and effort is needed to create a functional navy from scratch.

The actions and contributions of the Commonwealth Navies are often overlooked, but they aim to uncover just that in the next episode of Armchair Admirals. 

Join the Stream as they discuss this fascinating topic with their panel of experts:

Chat and Stream Participants

  • Drachinifel — Naval history YouTuber.
  • Dr. Alexander Clarke – Naval Historian and YouTuber.
  • Tuccy – EU Publishing Producer, World of Warships.
  • Killerbin – English Community Manager, World of Warships.

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