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The Australian Naval History Podcast explores naval history in Australia. Each week, historians & veterans discuss a different aspect of Australian naval history. From deep discussions of particular battles, to the histories of submarine classes, the Australian Naval History Podcast is expert analysis & reflection on the storied past of Australia's military at sea.

Produced by the Naval Studies Group at UNSW Canberra, in conjunction with the Submarine Institute of Australia, the Australian Naval Institute, Naval Historical Society & the Seapower Centre - Australia. The introductory music 'Duke of York' is used with the kind permission of the RAN Band. An illustrated version of each episode is available on YouTube. To provide comments email: navalstudiesgroup@gmail.com
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News on Season 4

News on Season 4

2019-06-0300:00:53

Provides news on Season 4 of the Australian Naval History podcast.
Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Rear Admiral Peter Briggs, James McPherson & Jim Smail discuss the tragic loss & remarkable discovery of HMA Submarine AE-1.
S3E13 - Tobruk Ferry Run

S3E13 - Tobruk Ferry Run

2018-10-3100:54:06

Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Flight Lieutenant Greg Pierce, Mr Rick Pelvin & Commander Peter Poland discuss the dangerous & strategically important work of the Tobruk Ferry Service during World War II.
Professor Rob McLaughlin & his expert panel of Dr Fred Lane, Commodore Norman Lee & Commodore Jack McCaffrie discuss the only wartime employment of an Australian aircraft carrier, that of HMAS Sydney in the Korean War.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Commodore Hec Donohue, Mike Turner & Commander David Wright discuss the RAN's extensive mine warfare effort during World War II.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Dr Greg Gilbert, Mr John Jeremy & Dr David Stevens concludes their discussion on the significant contribution Cockatoo Island Dockyard made to the RAN.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Dr Greg Gilbert, Mr John Jeremy & Dr David Stevens discuss the significant contribution Cockatoo Island Dockyard made to the Royal Australian Navy.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Dr Tom Lewis, Mr John Perryman & Dr David Stevens discuss the naval war in northern Australia against Japan during World War II.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Vice Admiral Peter Jones, Dr Joe Straczek, Dr Ian Pfennigwerth & Craig Collie discuss the operations of the Fleet Radio Unit Melbourne during World War II & its code breaking legacy.
Commander Alastair Cooper & his expert panel of Vice Admiral Peter Jones, Dr Joe Straczek, Dr Ian Pfennigwerth & Mr Craig Collie discuss the creation of a RAN codebreaking capability in the interwar period. They go onto to discuss the formation of the Fleet Radio Unit Melbourne (FRUMEL). This is an updated version with improved sound quality.
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Ben Beck

how about an episode on the Clearance Divers?

Mar 3rd
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Peter Jones

Ben Beck Hi Ben many thanks for your suggestion. There will be two episodes on the clearance divers in the 2019 season

Jan 14th
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Paul Gill

The content is great. The sound quality needs work though.

Oct 31st
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