The Clyde at War


The River Clyde, its shipyards, anchorages, harbours and defence installations was critical to the British war effort in two world wars. In this splendidly illustrated book Ronnie Armstrong and I tell something of the story of the Clyde and war from the dawn of recorded history – Dumbarton Castle [pictured above]  is the oldest documented fortified place in Scotland- to the modern age of nuclear submarines.

Click the image below and you will be taken to the website where you can buy this book in either the hardback version or the paperback version. Both are the same format and have identical text and pictures.

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