Published 1968 by William Blackwood & Sons Ltd., Edinburgh and London

CONDITION: A navy cloth bound book with gilt lettering and decoration to the spine. Minimum wear ; spine ends a little bumped, corners reasonably sharp, remains of erased ink inscription just discernable on front free endpaper. Twenty black and white photographs and an excellent index. Page block tight and all pages very clean and bright. VERY GOOD condition.

418 pages 150 mm. x 220. x 30 mm. Weight wrapped <750 grams.
Price £6.00 plus postage

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THE BRITISH ADMIRALTY by Leslie Gardiner: Naval Administration has been a rather neglected branch of naval studies, but the Admiralty evolved to manage the Royal Navy, which enforced Britain’s foreign policy and created an Empire. Gardiner explains the political machinations and the resultant, mostly successful, outcomes of a navy, which until recent years, was the most formidable in the world.