The Pen and Ink Sailor: Charles Middleton and the King's Navy, 1778-1813
Routledge, 13. sep. 2013 - 192 sider
Examiner of the Navy and the First Lord of the Admiralty during the Trafalgar Campaign, Sir Charles Middleton was responsible for creating vital links between the naval shore establishment, policy makers in Whitehall and commanders at sea.
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