2 edition of naval history of Great Britain found in the catalog.
naval history of Great Britain
|Statement||by William James|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 v. :|
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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.
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In the long series of wars during which the British naval tradition had grown up, there was none that presented the same problems as those with which we were confronted in July Quite apart from changes in material – changes which in certain vital elements were still in a state of restless development – the fundamental factor was one of which there had bee.