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'Donald Stoker's Britain, France and the Naval Arms Trade in the Baltic represents a welcome perspective on a subject that has been woefully under-represented.'
'This book's greatest strength is that it provides insight into the decisionmaking processes of the British and French Governments in their search for security guarantees in the Baltic. In this aspect, Stoker has done a masterful job.'
Raymond W. Westphal, Jr., The Journal of Military History, Vol. 69, 3, July 2005
'A most enjoyable book. Excellent reading for any historian of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A valuable addition to any naval history collection covering as they do some of the more important aspects of navies in peacetime.'
Duncan Redford, Naval Review, February 2004