The Tudor Navy1485-1603 The Ships Men and Organisation

By: Nelson, Arthur

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Faults? the book has a stamp inside sayng damaged stock, the dj has a small closed tear at top rear flap fold, ditto v small closed tear front lower but else seems good as gold to me, maybe they were having a "bad cover day"? 224 crisp white pp & 1.5 kilos of Tudor naval info >>> Bridging the transition from the medieval to the modern worlds, the Tudor dynasty ruled England during a dynamic period of maritime and naval history--the time of the Mary Rose, the Spanish Armada, Sir Francis Drake, and the birth of British sea power. From the pre-Tudor navies dating back to Alfred the Great through the sixteenth-century reigns of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, the author provides a detailed record of naval activities involving English ships, organized by monarch and naval campaigns. In addition, the book portrays the individuals involved and the inner workings of the Tudor navy's organizational structure. review >>> The author proposes a lively and imaginative interpretation of the politics of the time as though he were embroiled.

Title: The Tudor Navy1485-1603 The Ships Men and Organisation

Author Name: Nelson, Arthur

Categories: WEAPONS, FIREARMS, ROYALTY, WAR, MILITARY, HISTORY, THE SEA, MARITIME, SAILING, SHIP TRAVEL,

Publisher: UK, Conway Maritime Press: 2001

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Size: 30cm

Seller ID: 010677

Keywords: Nelson Tudor Henry Navy Britain,