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The Naval Chronicle - Volume 4 (Paperback)

Contemporary Views of the War at Sea, 1807-1809

Chatham: Maritime Chatham Books

By Nicholas Tracy
Chatham Publishing
Pages: 384
ISBN: 9781861760944
Published: 1st July 2003
Last Released: 8th January 2010

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From 1799 to 1819, over 1000 pages of naval news and views were published every year in "The Naval Chronicle". It included action reports, foreign naval matters, biographies of officers, anecdotes, stories and poetry and the publication was quickly recognised as the most reliable and comprehensive record of naval events This new consolidated edition will apear in five volumes, and contains all the most significant material from the originals.

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 Nicholas Tracy

About Nicholas Tracy

NICHOLAS TRACY, having served in the Royal Canadian Navy and undertaken research for the Canadian Directorate of Strategic Analysis, was a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies and Adjunct Professor of History at the University of New Brunswick for over 25 years. His many works on naval history include: Who’s Who in Nelson’s Navy (Chatham, 2006), Britannia’s Palette:  The Arts of Naval Victory, (McGill-Queens UP, 2007), Nelson’s Battles, The Triumph of British Seapower (Seaforth, 2008), and A Two-Edged Sword, the Navy as an Instrument of Canadian Foreign Policy, (Winner of the John Lyman Book Award. McGill-Queens UP, 2012). He lives in Canada.

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