The Making of the Modern Admiralty: British Naval Policy-Making, 1805-1927by C. I. Hamilton
Pub. Date: 02/03/2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
An important new history of decision-making and policy-making in the British Admiralty from Trafalgar to the aftermath of Jutland. See more details below
An important new history of decision-making and policy-making in the British Admiralty from Trafalgar to the aftermath of Jutland.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1. Lord Barham's Admiralty: 1805; 2. Admiralty reform, 1806–1835; 3. Decision-making at the Admiralty, c.1806–1830; 4. Admiralty administration and decision-making, c.1830–1868. The Graham Admiralty; 5. The Admiralty reformed again: context and problems, 1869–1885; 6. Administrative and policy-making responses, c.1882 onwards; 7. Fisher and Churchill, and their successors, 1902–1917; 8. The Naval Staff, planning and policy; 9. Lord Beatty's Admiralty; Conclusion.
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