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WARSHIPS OF THE NAPOLEONIC ERA

Robert Gardiner

WARSHIPS OF THE NAPOLEONIC ERA

DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT

by Robert Gardiner

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Published by NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS in Annapolis, Maryland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Warships,
  • Designs and plans,
  • Naval operations,
  • Naval architecture,
  • Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815,
  • Design and construction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementROBERT GARDINER
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsV795 .G37 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination168 pages :
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25222999M
    ISBN 109781591149224
    LC Control Number2011927641

    All Book Search results » About the author () Robert Gardiner is the author of three books on sailing cruisers, including Frigates of the Napoleonic Wars, and Warships of the Napoleonic Era.3/5(1). Get this from a library! Warships of the napoleonic era: design, development and deployment. [Robert Gardiner] -- Collects paintings, drawings, models and plans of various French, Spanish, American, Dutch, Danish, Swedish and British ships in operation from to

    It is a common misconception that the Navies of the Napoleonic Wars used only massive ships, crewed by hundreds of men, which would slowly close and pass their enemy in a line of battle. In truth, every Navy employed a broad range of craft, and many experimented with varying designs, resulting in either astounding success or crushing defeat. Gardiner - Robert Gardiner's Warships of the Napoleonic Era (Chatham Publishing, ) Goodwin - Peter Goodwin's Nelson's Ships: The History of the Vessels In Which He Served, (Stackpole Books.

    Warships of the Napoleonic Era. By Robert Gardiner. warships of the napoleonic eraThis is the first book in the "Blueprint Series", which is designed to use the unrivalled archive of original plans at the National Maritime Museum. Warships of the Napoleonic Era reproduces plans of all the principal types of vessels employed during the period. Books Napoleonic Sea Era Napoleonic Sea Era Warships of the Napoleonic Era. The wars of are widely regarded as the apogee of the sailing man-of-war. Many seapowers became involved in the conflict, and at some point virtually all aligned themselves against Great Britain.


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Excellent review of the Napoleonic Era warships. Explains, the reasons behind the different rates of warship and the uses of those rates. I have other books on this era,this one does the best on the ships.

The other navies get decent space, but the emphasis is on the Royal Navy/5(8). Warships of the Napoleonic Era: Design, Development and Deployment by Robert while the Admiralty ordered accurate draughts to be made of many of these prizes. Consequently, for this era the ships of all navies, not just British, can be illustrated by an unprecedented variety of paintings, drawings, models or is book Author: Robert Gardiner.

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FREE Author: Robert Gardiner. Warships of the Napoleonic Era book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The wars of are widely regarded as the apogee of /5(7). As an aside almost all of the line drawings would allow an experienced boat modeller to WARSHIPS OF THE NAPOLEONIC ERA book precise replicas.

This is a superb book which I cannot recommend too highly. Clash of Steel. Warships of the Napoleonic Era is a very attractive book as well as being absolutely sound in Price: £   Warships of the Napoleonic Era: Design, Development and Deployment - Kindle edition by Gardiner, Robert.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Warships of the Napoleonic Era: Design, Development and Deployment/5(8).

Warships of the Napoleonic Era. Design, Development and Deployment. By Robert Gardiner A large number of enemy warships were captured in battle and the Admiralty ordered accurate drafts to be made of many of these prizes. Robert Gardiner is the author of a number of books, including Frigates of the Napoleonic Wars and resides in England.

Warships of the Napoleonic Era Published on This book reproduces many of the best (and least familiar) images of the ships, chosen.

A ship of the line was a type of naval warship constructed from the 17th century to the midth century. The ship of the line was designed for the naval tactic known as the line of battle, which depended on the two columns of opposing warships maneuvering to fire with the cannons along their conflicts where opposing ships were both able to fire from their broadsides, the.

Warships of the Napoleonic Era by Robert Gardiner It would seem that a great many books on the age of fighting sail have been published during the last two decades. Lavery, Winfield and others may be thought to have covered the subject, but now we have this large and beautifully illustrated volume which can be considered as complementary to the.

But then the book on the 50 gun ship is not that useful to someone interested in the Napoleonic era since that type of ship had all but dissapeared by then.

It is a good one tough to understand the earlier developent of the SOL since the 50 was for a long time more or less the standard SOL (the 74 came later and was more or less a much enlarged. This book provides a good quick summary of ship types of the Napoleonic era, including a brief summary of 'enemy' (i.e.

non-British) warships of the period. While the ships plans shown are valuable in and of themselves, I found the cursory treatment of non-British warships Reviews: 7. Book Review: Warships of the Napoleonic Era - Robert Gardiner A sumptuous coffee-table feast of images and info from the high tide of the age of sail.

This large format hardback is, like the ships it celebrates and describes, a thing of great : Seb Palmer. Best Seller Warships of the Napoleonic Era (Chatham Pictorial Histories) Free Read. Edmar Mayer. [Popular] Warships of the Napoleonic Wars (Blueprint Series) Paperback OnlineCollection.

Collection Book Hidden Warships: Finding World War II s Abandoned, Sunk, and Preserved Warships. MurataHama. This book provides a good quick summary of ship types of the Napoleonic era, including a brief summary of 'enemy' (i.e.

non-British) warships of the period. While the ships plans shown are valuable in and of themselves, I found the cursory treatment of non-British warships to be rather annoying/5. Excellent review of the Napoleonic Era warships. Explains, the reasons behind the different rates of warship and the uses of those rates.

I have other books on this era,this one does the best on the ships. The other navies get decent space, but the emphasis is on the Royal s: 5. Now, however, historian Robert Gardiner is making a Herculean effort to change that situation. Two new books, Warships of the Napoleonic Era and The Naval War ofhave added much to the literature of the period and have given the long neglected naval side of.

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Between and two decades of unrelenting naval warfare raised the sailing man of war to the zenith of its effect Brand: Pen & Sword Books. Get this from a library. Warships of the Napoleonic era. [Robert Gardiner] -- The first title in this new series reproduces original plans of all the principal types of warship employed during the Napoleonic Wars, from the huge three-deckers which fought in the lines of.

Warships of the Napoleonic Era: Design, Development and Deployment: Gardiner, Robert: Books - d: Naval Institute Press. Lee "Warships of the Napoleonic Era Design, Development and Deployment" por Robert Gardiner disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Between and two decades of unrelenting naval warfare raised the sailing man of war to the zenith of its effect Brand: Naval Institute Press.An excellent book on the subject is "Navies of the Napoleonic Era" by Otto von Pivka, which has almost every major ship of every power, when they were built, their total guns, and what happened to them.

The book also covers engagements between and in a brief history along with sections on the different navies of the period.Bloggat om Warships of the Napoleonic Era Övrig information Robert Gardiner is the author of a number of books, including Frigates of the Napoleonic Wars and resides in England.