Brief History of British Sea Power: How Britain became Sovereign of the Seas. 1st pbk.

By: HOWARTH, David RULE, Margaret (postscript)

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HOWARTH, David. A Brief History of British Sea Power : How Britain became Sovereign of the Seas. With a postscript by Margaret Rule. London: Robinson,(2003). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),v-viii,1-464,(8), + 8 p. of plat es. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. David Armine Howarth (b. July 28, 1912, London - d. July 2, 1991, Chichester, West Sussex) British naval officer, historian and author. "David Howarth charts the development of British sea power from the 5th-century boats of skin sailed by Irish monks to the battleships of World War II. He reconstructs the expanion of trad routes and the great 18th-century days of the line-of-battle ships." - from the rear cover. Vg. 12.50

Title: Brief History of British Sea Power: How Britain became Sovereign of the Seas. 1st pbk.

Author Name: HOWARTH, David RULE, Margaret (postscript)

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Robinson, London, 2003, ISBN:1841197920:

Seller ID: 75349

Keywords: NAUTICAL NAVAL UNITED KINGDOM SEAFARING HISTORY BRITISH ENGLISH ROYAL NAVY,