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.
A Maritime Archaeology of Ships
Innovation and Social Change in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Jonathan Adams evaluates key episodes of technical change in the ways that watercraft were produced, used and disposed of, arguing that ‘the material culture of water transport offers one of the best means of interrogating changes within past societies’.