By David Johnson
David Johnson graduated from the college of Hull with a BA (hons) in financial and Social heritage in 1981 and an MA in historic study in 2000. he's at the moment on the collage of York investigating the origins and explanations of the Parliamentarian army main issue of 1643. David is married and lives in York.
By John Langdon
By David James Gill
By Howard Douglas,Christopher Valin
Years of controversy resulted in a disagreement among supporters of John Clerk of Eldin, Admiral Lord Rodney, and Rodney's captain-of-the fleet, Sir Charles Douglas. In 1832, the latter's son, Sir Howard Douglas, set forth the arguments on behalf of his father in his publication Naval Evolutions: A Memoir. He assumed it'd be the last word at the subject. It used to be now not.
Full of reliable proof, together with eyewitness testimony, the publication must have laid the issue to relaxation. as an alternative, it was largely neglected or dismissed as biased a result of courting of the writer to his topic. yet, pushed aside or now not, the publication is still, and the arguments are overwhelming.
Fireship Press is proud to revisit this controversy with the discharge of a brand new version of the publication, with an advent by way of Christopher Valin, maybe the world’s top specialist at the lifetime of Sir Charles Douglas.
It’s a e-book that any critical pupil of naval heritage should want to learn.
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By Peter Scriver,Vikramaditya Prakash
A rigorously crafted choice of essays from overseas specialists, this book explores the impression of colonial structure and area at the societies concerned – either the colonizer and the colonized.
Focusing on British India and Ceylon, the essays discover the discursive tensions among a number of the various scales and dimensions of such 'empire-building' practices and buildings. supplying a radical exploration of those tensions, Colonial Modernities demanding situations the conventional literature at the structure and infrastructure of the previous eu empires, no longer least that of the British Indian 'Raj'.
Illustrated with seventy-five halftone photographs, it is a desirable and punctiliously grounded exposition of the societal influence of colonial structure and engineering.
By Oliver Berck
By Ayumi Miura
Miura concludes diversity of things - corresponding to causation, transitivity, animacy of the objective of emotion, and period of the emotion - encouraged the alternative of impersonal buildings with center English verbs of emotion. we will consequently make average generalizations approximately whilst impersonal utilization was once approved in those verbs. This cautious research of the correlation among center English verbs of emotion and use or non-use in impersonal structures represents a brand new empirical and theoretical contribution to the busy study region of impersonal structures within the heritage of English.
By Ssandra Cavallo,Tessa Storey
By James D. Campbell
By V. Richter