This is the 3rd book in an Alternative History which explores what might have happened in World War 2 if the Royal Navys Air Arm hadn't been crippled by the RAF
In the first 2 books the pre-war and first years of the war are described, concluding with the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor.
But this time, although not fully prepared, the British have sent a fleet to Singapore and are better prepared
Continuing on from Vol 1-Rebirth
In Vol 2, the war continues in the Mediterranean in the Autumn of 1940. The RN attacks the Italian fleet, and the war spreads through Africa, Greece and the Mediterranean. The German navy,led by Bismark, attempt to break into the Atlantic. Finally in the East a war looms with Imperial Japan.
The earlier changes are now causing the war to diverge from our History
This is an Alternative History (a book in which the consequences of certain changed in history are explored). The premise (what is often called the Point of Departure) is that in 1932 the British Royal Navy recovered control of its air arm (the Fleet Air Arm) from the grip of the Royal Air Force. As a result, by the start of WW2 the Royal Navy has a different Air Arm from that of history.