Inexperience Challenges Japan In Weapons Sale

Around 1900, the Royal Navy had a problem with boilers. Unusually, it had adopted a French design, which was performing poorly, even though it worked well in French ships. Part of the problem turned out to be that, in building these Belleville boilers, British licensees had not followed all the...

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