Tudor Diplomacy and The Translation of Power
In a comparative analysis of translations and adaptations which Sir Thomas Wyatt composed when he was in embassy or on other diplomatic missions in Italy, France, Spain and Jerusalem, Rossiter explores how far Reformation politics and diplomacy informed his work.
Power, Politics & County Government in Wales
This study of public administration at the county level in Wales during the ‘long’ 19th century couples a detailed examination of what happened in one county – Anglesey – with overviews of events in other parts of Wales. Griffith explores the social and cultural contexts of county government in Wales, and assesses the shifts in the character and efficacy of local government, initially under a landed magistracy and later under a democratically elected council.
Maritime Power and the Struggle for Freedom
Naval Campaigns that Shaped the Modern World 1788–1851
In this follow-up to his much-acclaimed Maritime Supremacy, Padfield continues to trace the role of naval power in world history, here analysing the factors that led Britain to global dominance in the 19th century.