Categories

Military history

Sort By:
Show:
Display: List Grid
Our Iron-Clad Ships
..
₦ 11,684
The Navy of the Restoration from the Death of Cromwell to the Treaty of Breda
Arthur Tedder's 1916 study of the Royal Navy during the seventeenth century describes the Navy's cautious support for the restoration of the monarchy, its position as protector of commerce in the Mediterranean and its role in the Anglo-Dutch wars. It chronicles the constant struggle to staff, feed a..
₦ 10,409
The Direction of War
Major General Sir Wilkinson Dent Bird (1869–1943) saw active service in campaigns from the Niger Campaign in 1897 to the opening of the First World War, when he served in France. In 1923 he was appointed head of a committee to analyse wartime experiences and propose changes intended to modernise the..
₦ 12,003
English Seamen in the Sixteenth Century
..
₦ 12,959
The Influence of Sea Power upon History, 1660–1783
Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840–1914) was an American naval officer, considered one of the most important naval strategists of the nineteenth century. In 1885 he was appointed Lecturer in Naval History and Tactics at the US Naval War College, and became President of the institution between 1886–1889. This..
₦ 14,234
The Influence of Sea Power upon the French Revolution and Empire, 1793–1812
Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840–1914) was an American naval officer, considered one of the most important naval strategists of the nineteenth century. In 1885 he was appointed Lecturer in Naval History and Tactics at the US Naval War College, and became President of the institution between 1886–1889. Thes..
₦ 12,322
The British Navy
Sir Thomas Brassey (1836–1918), later Earl Brassey, was a politician with a particular interest in maritime affairs. He was a keen sailor, and his wife's accounts of their many voyages (also reissued in this series) were bestsellers. He subsequently became a Lord of the Admiralty and Lord Warden of ..
₦ 12,322
The Influence of Sea Power upon the French Revolution and Empire, 1793–1812 2 Volume Set
Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840–1914) was an American naval officer, considered one of the most important naval strategists of the nineteenth century. In 1885 he was appointed Lecturer in Naval History and Tactics at the US Naval War College, and became President of the institution between 1886–1889. Thes..
₦ 19,019
..
₦ 10,409
Douglas Haig and the First World War
From December 1915 until the armistice of November 1918, Sir Douglas Haig was commander-in-chief of the largest army his country had ever put into the field. He has been portrayed as both an incompetent 'butcher and bungler' and a clear-sighted, imperturbable 'architect of victory'. However, in this..
₦ 10,409
Sea Power in its Relations to the War of 1812
Alfred Thayer Mahan (1840–1914) was an American naval officer and lecturer. In this two-volume study of the Anglo-American war of 1812, first published in 1905, Mahan shows that the conflict had deep roots, and was inevitable in the context of the French revolutionary wars...
₦ 16,784
Australian Battalion Commanders in the Second World War
In Australian Battalion Commanders in the Second World War, Garth Pratten explores, for the first time, the background, role and conduct of the commanding officers of Australian infantry battalions in World War II. Despite their vital role as the lynchpins of the battlefield, uniting the senior offi..
₦ 15,513