The Transformation of British Naval Strategy, James Davey.
A serious academic study of the major British fleet that operated in
the Baltic from 1808-1812 protecting a vital British trade route, the
complex supply system that allowed it to stay on station for so long
and the impact such a sizable effort had on the organisation of the
British state. A valuable contribution to our understanding of the
roots of Britain's naval dominance during the Napoleonic period.
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