|Statement||by William James|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 v. :|
William James' six volume set is now in the public domain and available in Ebook form: James, William (). The naval history of Great Britain from the declaration of war by France in February to the accession of George IV in January with an account of the origin and progressive increase of the British Navy. 1. “This superb book will undoubtedly become the definitive volume on British Aircraft carriers and naval aviation magnificent.”—Marine News This book is a meticulously detailed history of British aircraft-carrying ships from the earliest experimental. James' Naval History covers the years to This volume 4 deals with , and There are some issues with this scan - page 1 is missing, and most of the even page numbers have a smeared brown background, but are readable. The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Declaration of War by France in to the Accession of George IV, Volume 6 William James R. Bentley, - Great Britain.
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Heligoland aptly illustrates the naval history between Great Britain and Germany and shows that it was not always or necessarily one of conflict. The book also provides a useful and important reminder to historians of the need to consider a "long view" rather than to become fixated on a short timeframe. First edition. The third volume of James's great naval history had been published in Lord William Fitzroy, outraged at James's account of his actions as commander of HMS Aeolus in , and at James's condemnation of Fitzroy's decision not to engage with the French frigate Didon, published a bitter rebuttal. The main title of Robert K. Massie’s Dreadnought – Britain, Germany, and the Coming of the Great War is a bit deceptive, the subtitle is what the book is truly about. Dreadnought tells the story of the end of the British Empire’s “Splendid Isolation” and the roots of World War I/5(). Compiled and organized by Andrew Lavoie, MLitt University of St Andrews, Intern Jan. Introduction: The Royal Navy. Perhaps the greatest navy in world history, the Royal Navy has been a symbol of the might of Great Britain for over two hundred years. The Royal Navy itself has a history and naval tradition that stretches back over six centuries, making it one of the oldest .