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British naval policy, 1880-1905
Arthur J. Marder
This book examines British naval policy during the mid-Victorian period, with an emphasis on the political, economic, and foreign relations contexts within which naval policy was formulated. This period has sometimes been characterized as the "dark age of modern British naval history, reflecting not only the comparative lack of research on the period, but also the marginal role played by the. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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InArthur J Marder published this study of the development of British seapower from to He later continued a further series of books ending at the surrender of the High Seas fleet at Scapa Flow in In British naval policy volume Marder established 5/5(1). The anatomy of British sea power;: A history of British naval policy in the pre-dreadnought era,[Marder, Arthur Jacob] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The Anatomy of British Sea Power: A History of British Naval Policy in the Pre-dreadnought Era, Arthur Jacob Marder.
British Naval Policy - Inthe Conservative administration of the Marquess of Salisbury was in power, and Lord George Hamilton was First Lord of the Admiralty. links from New links are always being added. If any links do not work or sites go offline, perhaps you could let me know at [email protected] The Influence of Sea Power Upon History: – is a history of naval warfare published in by Alfred Thayer Mahan.
It details the role of sea power during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and discussed the various factors needed to support and achieve sea power, Author: Alfred Thayer Mahan.
At the end of the First World War Britain had the largest navy in the world. InLloyd George's cabinet placed stringent limits on defence expenditure on the planning assumptions that a major war involving UK forces would not occur within ten years.
The Naval Defence Act was an Act of the Parliament of the United received the Royal Assent on 31 May and formally adopted "two-power standard" and increased the United Kingdom's naval strength. The standard called for the Royal Navy to maintain a number of battleships at least equal to the combined strength of the next two largest navies in the world, which then were.
British Naval Policy ; The Anatomy of British Sea Power Marder, Arthur J. [Arthur Jacob Marder (8 March - 25 December ) was an American historian specializing in British naval history in the period - ].
Edited documents in this Naval Miscellany include the 14th-century repair of Bayonne Galleys, Armada correspondence, the building of Plymouth dockyard, letters of Admiral Collingwood, Nelson’s Public Order Book during his blockade of Boulogne, Louis Parsons’ journalCaptain Clayton’s letters from the Australia StationDudley Pound’s Grand Fleet diary This book examines British naval policy during the mid-Victorian period, with an emphasis on the political, economic, and foreign relations contexts within which naval policy was formulated.
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Books shelved as wwi-naval-history: Naval Battles of the First World War by Geoffrey Bennett, Jutland Clash of the Dreadnoughts by Charles London. History of British naval policy in the pre-dreadnought era, Responsibility: by Arthur J. Marder. British Naval History A website for historical discussions surrounding naval and maritime history, broadly conceived.
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