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Nelson's Navy in 100 Objects

Nelson's Navy in 100 Objects

by Gareth Glover
Hardback
Publication Date: 15/07/2021
  $66.75
The Royal Navy of Nelson's time was such a huge organisation, that it is sometimes hard to comprehend its full scope. Indeed, during the Napoleonic Wars it was by far the largest employer in the entire world. Not only did the Royal Navy maintain a fleet of close on 1,000 ships, including over 100 line of battle ships, but it was also responsible for the entire organisation of maintaining them at sea. From the recruitment of crews, the maintenance and protection of bases throughout the world, the production and delivery of food supplies to feed this vast fleet and the procurement of naval supplies to keep the ships at sea, it was all the responsibility of this vast organisation. The Royal Navy was often Britain's last line of defence and many of its most successful officers became superstars, although none eclipsed Admiral Lord Nelson, who became the personification of the Navy. The whole country revelled in their successes and 'Jolly Jack Tar' became a source of national pride and a huge number of naval terms were taken into normal life and many are often still used to this very day. Nelson's Navy in 100 Objects investigates all aspects of this incredible organisation and the lives of the men who served within it, including Nelson himself, using historical artefacts and naval terms that are now part of everyday language to illustrate them. AUTHOR: Gareth Glover is a 59-year-old, ex Royal Navy officer, who has made a study of the Napoleonic Wars for over forty years. In the last two decades, Gareth has made it his mission to uncover unknown or rare memoirs and correspondence from participants in these wars and his discoveries have changed our understanding of many aspects of the history of the period. To date he has produced over eighty books or monographs and has plans to publish many more in the next decade. Among these works, are the critically acclaimed eight volume Waterloo Archive series, which has become a 'must' for any serious student of the Waterloo campaign and four further volumes are planned. He is now regarded as the foremost expert on the archival records of the British military in the Napoleonic wars. 100 colour illustrations
ISBN:
9781526731326
9781526731326
Category:
Napoleonic Wars
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
15-07-2021
Publisher:
Pen & Sword Books Ltd
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
248
Dimensions (mm):
246x172mm
Gareth Glover

Gareth Glover is a 59-year-old, ex Royal Navy officer, who has made a study of the Napoleonic Wars for over forty years. In the last two decades, Gareth has made it his mission to uncover unknown or rare memoirs and correspondence from participants in these wars and his discoveries have changed our understanding of many aspects of the history of the period. To date he has produced over eighty books or monographs and has plans to publish many more in the next decade.

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