English/British naval history to 1815 : a guide to the literature
The English/British have always been known as the sailor race with hearts of oak: the Royal Navy as the Senior Service and First Line of Defense.
Print Book, English, 2004
London : Praeger, Westport, Conn. ;, 2004
xx, 875 p. ; 24 cm.
Acknowledgments Abbreviations Historiographical Narrative Introduction Purpose, Scope, Format, and Features General References Resource Centers Naval Writers and Historians Histories of the English/British Navy Chronological Periods: Naval Wars and Prominent Battles Special Emphasis Other Personalities: Officers Human Resources: The Lower Deck Warships Piracy, Plunder, and Privateering The Navy, State Building, and the Military Revolution Administration, Logistics, Victualling, Shipbuilding, Dockyards, and Naval Ports The Law of the Sea, Admiralty Courts, and the Prize Process Strategy, Tactics, Communications, Intelligence, and Amphibious Operations Exploration, Discovery, Navigation, Cartography, and Science Nautical Archaeology Nautical Dictionaries Nautical Fiction Art and the Media Gaps and Research Needed Descriptive Lists Journals and Periodicals Associations and Societies Museums Publishers and Publication Series Replicas Monuments and Memorials Lectures and Awards Fictional Heroes of the Nelson Era Annotated Bibliography Appendix I: List of Pertinent Masters' Theses Appendix II: List of Publications of the Navy Records Society Author: Person Index Subject Index