Published January 28, 1988
by Scolar Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||44|
Add tags for "A history of the administration of the Royal Navy and of merchant shipping in relation to the Navy from to with an introduction treating of the preceding period". Be the first. Full text of "A history of the administration of the royal navy and of merchant shipping in relation to the navy, from MDIX to MDCLX, with an introduction treating of the preceding period" See other formats. After the major part of this volume had been put in type, the appearance of Mr. M. Oppenheim's invaluable 'History of the Administration of the Royal Navy, ' (John Lane), and of the same learned author's, 'Naval Accounts and Inventories of the Reign of Henry VII.' (Navy Records Society), called attention to several neglected sources of information. Oppenheim, M, A History of the Administration of the Royal Navy – (Hamden Conn., ). Pool, Bernard, Navy Board Contracts –, (London, .
A History of the Administration of the Royal Navy and of Merchant Shipping in Relation to the Navy, – (London, ). Parkes, O., British Battleships ‘Warrior’ to ‘Vanguard’ What makes this book stand out?: The book tells exactly how was the life of navy people which might give you goose bumps while reading. This book is definitely a must read on this 10 best-selling books on royal naval history list. Royal Navy History. The history of the United Kingdom is the history of the Royal Navy. We are an island nation and sea has always been a vital factor. It is the means of people arriving from overseas, a barrier to invaders, a highway for trade and the basis for a once-global empire. ;The Royal Navy: A History From The Earliest Times To Vol.I КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:William Laird Clowes Название: The Royal Navy: A History From The Earliest Times To Vol.I Издательство: London: S. Low, Marston, Co. Год: Формат: Djvu Размер: mbЯзык: English Sir William Clowes's superb seven-volume study.
This book is a very lightweight history of the Royal Navy. The book is very brief and doesn't really go into any detail about anything. If the reader is under 13 this may be a good start. To be honest if you want a good concise History of the Royal Navy, try Empire Of The Deep - Ben s: 8. 14 Richards, R. D., ‘ The exchequer in Cromwellian Times ’, Economic History, Jan. , pp. –23; PRO E/–96, only £5, came from fines and the sale of state property in the period after In spite of the clear evidence available in the navy treasurers' accounts, the fact that well over 80 per cent of the money provided to the navy came from taxation is generally not known. The book opens with the establishment of the Commonwealth in ; for its duration there were two British navies, the Commonwealth Navy (which laid the foundations for a professional officer corps and fought the First Dutch War of –) and a semipiratical Royalist s: Lesser warships ("below the line") are taken from A History of the Administration on the Royal Navy (sic!) –, by Michael Oppenheim, published by the Bodley Head, , as well as from Winfield's book. The frigates listed here are not the type of vessel known as frigates in the 18th and 19th centuries.