This title is an exploration of a life at sea in the time of Captain Cook and Admiral Nelson, covering topics as wide-ranging as science, exploration, mutiny, and discipline.
Bruno Pappalardo is the Principal Naval Records Specialist at The National Archives. He is the author of Tracing Your Naval Ancestors (2002) and The National Archives' online resource Nelson, Trafalgar and Those Who Served (2005). He also contributed to and was the naval records consultant for Tales from the Captain's Log (2017). The National Archives is one of the world's most valuable resources for research and home to more than 1,000 years of history.
Packed with great facts and a multitude of figures this is a very
engaging little book and wherever you dip into, you will find it
very hard to put it down. * Model Boats *
A jolly good read for history buffs and is full of useful, interesting and distracting information about the Royal Navy during the Georgian period. * Warship World *