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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
International Congress of Historical Sciences (1913 : London).
Naval and military essays.
Cambridge, University Press, 1914
|Material Type:||Biography, Conference publication|
|Description:||viii, 243 pages 23 cm.|
|Contents:||A. Naval: Historians and naval history, by Sir J.K. Laughton. Staff histories, by J.S. Corbett. Naval history from the naval officer's point of view, by Captain H.W. Richmond. Samuel Pepys as a naval official, by J.R. Tanner. Naval history and the necessity of a catalogue of sources, by Lieutenant A. Dewar. Appendix: Rough guide to British sources of naval history in the seventeenth century (p. 95-114)--B. Military: The difficulties encountered in compiling military history, by Colonel Sir L. Hale. The value of the study of military history as training for command in war, by Lieutenant-Colonel F.B. Maurice. The practical application of military history, by Lieutenant-Colonel N. Malcolm. Précis of the plans of Napoleon for the autumn campaign of 1813, by J.H. Rose. The influence of tactical ideas on warfare, by L.S. Amery. Field-Marshal Prince Schwarzenberg: a character sketch, by Dr. J.F. Novák. A defence of military history; synopsis of paper read by Professor C.W.C. Oman. Foreign regiments in the British service, 1793-1815; synopsis of paper read by C.T. Atkinson.--Index.|
|Series Title:||Cambridge naval and military series|