NEW INTERPRETATIONS IN NAVAL HISTORY. SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE TWELFTH NAVAL HISTORY SYMPOSIUM HELD AT THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 26-27 OCTOBER 1995.

Cogar, William B. (Ed.)


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Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, 1st.ed., 1997. Xxi + 370 pp., 21 photos, drawings & maps. Black cloth ; gilt. 23 x 16cm. FINE. Renowned international naval historians gather annually in Annapolis in order to reveal their latest research on all aspects of naval history. These are the printed papers of the 12th Symposium held in 1995. Under eight headings, historians provide 25 papers that include : Naval Courts-Martial in 17th Century England. A Radically Different Bureaucracy : Dockyard Administration in the late 17th Century. William Doughty (1773-1859) Naval Constructor. ‘So Far from the Eye of Authority’ : The Embargo of 1807 and the U.S. Navy 1807-9. ‘Britannia Rules’ : Early Years of Modern Royal Naval Officer Training. Education and Training of the Royal Netherlands Navy 1829-1870. History, Strategy, and Doctrine : Sir John Knox Laughton and the Education of the Royal Navy. Black Jack : African-American Sailors in the Civil War Navy. Knights, Huns, and the Case of the EMDEN. Images in British Propaganda during the early Months of the Great War. Darlan & Dakar : The First Attack, July 1940. The Warrior and the Strategist : Cunningham and King, Training for High Command. A Comparative Study. The U.S. Navy and the U-Boat Inshore Offensive. Etc. Speakers include Robert Glass, Ann Coats, Peter Le Fevre, Andrew Lambert, Roger Knight, Roger Morriss, Michael Coles, Doug McLean, etc. [See also No. 144]


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