Current affiliation: Dalhousie UniversitySubject speciality: HistoryPrimary location: Canada
Published in:The International History ReviewPublication date:2014-06-09
This article examines British naval policy towards imperial defence and the development of autonomous Dominion navies in 1911–14. It shows that the...
Published in:War in HistoryPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:War in HistoryPublication date:2013-07-01
This article examines Nicholas Lambert’s criticisms of the article ‘Sir John Fisher’s Naval Revolution Reconsidered: Winston Churchill at the Admir...
Published in:War in HistoryPublication date:2011-07-01
This article challenges claims by revisionist historians that in July 1914 the Royal Navy was on the verge of instituting a ‘naval revolution’ base...
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2015-03-06
Revisionist historians have argued that in July 1914 Britain’s First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, was preparing to implement a ‘Naval ...
Published in:Naval Mutinies of the Twentieth CenturyPublication date:2003-07-01
Published in:The International History ReviewPublication date:1997-12-01
Published in:Journal of British StudiesPublication date:2009-07-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2000-01-01
Published in:The Journal of Military HistoryPublication date:1996-01-01
Published in:The English Historical ReviewPublication date:2001-06-01
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:1997-09-01
Published in:War in HistoryPublication date:2005-01-01
This article examines the Royal Navy’s efforts to understand the underlying causes of the Invergordon mutiny. Previous studies of this event have t...