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International Naval Research Organization

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The International Naval Research Organization was founded in 1964 and incorporated in the US state of Massachusetts.[1]

The organization is the publisher of the quarterly magazine, Warship International; the journal is mainly about warships in the era of iron and steel (about 1860 to date). The International Naval Research Organization is a non-profit organization.

Warship International

Warship International
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CategoriesMilitary history, warships
PublisherInternational Naval Research Organization
Year founded1964
CountryUnited States
Based inToledo, Ohio

Warship International is a quarterly magazine published by the International Naval Research Organization[2] that was established in 1964.[3] It publishes articles about various type of warships, especially since the advent of ironclad warships (1860–onwards), with a focus on ship designs (armor, armaments, etc.) and careers, but does not cover mercantile vessels or naval battle descriptions. There is also a section for current warship-related news as well as a review section for naval books.

The headquarters of Warship International is in Toledo, Ohio.[4]


  1. ^ "International Naval Research Organization - Rutland, Massachusetts (MA) | Company Profile". Manta. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  2. ^ "International Naval Research Organization. Publishers of Warship International". INRO. June 2016. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Publications". INRO. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  4. ^ Admiralty Ships lost between 1939 and 1946. Premal. p. 307. GGKEY:1UE4DEA6ZC6. Retrieved 7 July 2016.

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