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Engels | Paperback | 9781846140877
Boek cover Unlocking the World van John Darwin (Paperback)
Port Cities and Globalization in the Age of Steam, 1830-1930
From the acclaimed historian of global empire, the dramatic story of how steam power reshaped our cities and our seas, and forged a new world order Steam power transformed our world, initiating the complex, resource-devouring industrial system the consequences of which we live with today. It revolutionized work and production, but also the ease and cost of movement over land and water. The result was to throw open vast areas of the world to the rampaging expansion of Europeans and Americans on a scale previously unimaginable. Unlocking the World is the captivating history of the great...
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Nederlands | Druk: 2 | Paperback | 9789462490376
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Boek cover Gouden Middeleeuwen van Annemarieke Willemsen (Paperback)
Nederland in de Merovingische wereld, 400-700 na. Chr.
De Vroege Middeleeuwen staan vooral bekend als de 'Dark Ages', wat een beeld geeft van een tijd van achteruitgang, onrust en duisternis na het vertrek van de Romeinen uit onze streken. Het begin van de Middeleeuwen, de Merovingische periode, ontbreekt in de schoolboeken en men denkt dat we er niets van weten. Maar er is uit de vijfde tot en met de zevende eeuw juist heel veel opgegraven in Nederland. Spectaculaire goudschatten en rijke grafvelden vol persoonlijke luxe en statussymbolen als sieraden, glaswerk en wapens laten zien dat dit een voorspoedige tijd was, waarover veel te vertellen...
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Engels | Druk: 1 | Paperback | 9780753553466
Boek cover Madhouse at the End of the Earth van Julian Sancton (Paperback)
The Belgica's Journey into the Dark Antarctic Night
'An epic of survival' -- MICHAEL PALIN 'A grade-A classic ' -- SUNDAY TIMES 'Utterly enthralling' -- GEOFF DYER, GUARDIAN 'Deeply engrossing' -- NEW YORK TIMES ***A TIMES BEST BOOK OF 2021*** The harrowing, survival story of an early polar expedition that went terribly wrong, with the ship frozen in ice and the crew trapped inside for the entire sunless, Antarctic winter August 1897: The Belgica set sail, eager to become the first scientific expedition to reach the white wilderness of the South Pole. But the ship soon became stuck fast in the ice of the Bellinghausen sea,...
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Engels | Hardcover | 9780241400104
Boek cover How to Build an Aircraft Carrier van Chris Terrill (Hardcover)
The Incredible Story of the Men and Women Who Brought Britain's Biggest Warship to Life
65,000 tons. 280 metres long. A flight deck the size of sixty tennis courts. HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest ship in the Royal Navy's history. But it's her ship's company of 700, alongside an air group of 900 air and ground crew that are Big Lizzie's beating heart. From before the first steel of her hull was cut, Chris Terrill has enjoyed unprecedented access to Queen Elizabeth and the men and women who have brought her to life. How to Build an Aircraft Carrier tells the story of Britain at her best: innovative, confident, outward-looking and world beating.
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Engels | Paperback | 9781350183551
Boek cover Independence or Death van Brian Vale (Paperback)
British Sailors and Brazilian Independence, 1822-25
On 7th September 1822, Dom Pedro, Prince Regent of Brazil, declared his country independent and began the war of liberation against Portugal. Based on research from original documents and journals, the book details how independence was secured against all odds by seizing command of the sea, under the leadership of Lord Cochrane, to ensure the integrity of the new Brazilian empire. Set against the background of Brazilian politics and British foreign policy interests, this is a detailed account of the operations of the Brazilian navy during the transition to independence.
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Engels | Hardcover | 9781526786623
Boek cover How Maritime Trade and the Indian Subcontinent Shaped the World van Nick Collins (Hardcover)
Ice Age to Mid-Eighth Century
Worldwide maritime trade has been the driver of wealth-creation, knowledge-collection, social, political and economic progress and although some historians have shown that from the 15th century, Nick Collins shows it predates the end of the Ice Age when the Indian Ocean was the centre of long-haul voyages from east Africa to the Americas. It demonstrates the centrality of the Indian subcontinent. Meaningful trade gradually penetrated the Mediterranean, resulting in more famous civilisations including Phoenicians, Egyptians, Minoans and Greeks. How they and Hittite, Mittani etc are related is...
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Engels | E-book | 9781405942539
Boek cover How to Build an Aircraft Carrier van Chris Terrill (Onbekend)
The Incredible Story of the Men and Women Who Brought Britain’s Biggest Warship to Life
65,000 tons. 280 metres long. A flight deck the size of sixty tennis courts. HMS Queen Elizabeth is the biggest ship in the Royal Navy's history. But it's her ship's company of 700, alongside an air group of 900 air and ground crew that are Big Lizzie's beating heart. From before the first steel of her hull was cut, Chris Terrill has enjoyed unprecedented access to Queen Elizabeth and the men and women who have brought her to life. How to Build an Aircraft Carrier tells the story of Britain at her best: innovative, confident, outward-looking and world beating.
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Engels | Paperback | 9781399085229
Boek cover The History of the Port of London van Peter Stone (Paperback)
A Vast Emporium of All Nations
The River Thames has been integral to the prosperity of London since Roman times. Explorers sailed away on voyages of discovery to distant lands. Colonies were established and a great empire grew. Funding their ships and cargoes helped make the City of London into the world's leading financial centre. In the 19th century a vast network of docks was created for ever-larger ships, behind high, prison-like walls that kept them secret from all those who did not toil within. Sail made way for steam as goods were dispatched to every corner of the world. In the 19th century London was the world's...
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Engels | Druk: Reprint ed. | Paperback | 9781915070913
Boek cover Far Distant Ships van Quintin Barry (Paperback)
The Blockade of Brest 1793-1815
Throughout the long drawn out war at sea during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, it was a cardinal principle of British naval strategy to blockade the port of Brest, the largest and most important of the French naval bases that threatened the security of the British Isles. It was a strategy that had been perfected by Sir Edward Hawke during the Seven Years War of 1756 – 1763, when it culminated in the stunning victory of Quiberon Bay. The American naval historian A.T. Mahan memorably summed up the contribution of the Royal Navy to the ultimate defeat of Napoleon when he wrote:...
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Engels | Paperback | 9781682478363
Boek cover Learning War van Trent Hone (Paperback)
The Evolution of Fighting Doctrine in the U.S. Navy, 1898-1945
Learning War examines the U.S. Navy's doctrinal development from 1898-1945 and explains why the Navy in that era was so successful as an organization at fostering innovation. A revolutionary study of one of history's greatest success stories, this book draws profoundly important conclusions that give new insight, not only into how the Navy succeeded in becoming the best naval force in the world, but also into how modern organizations can exploit today's rapid technological and social changes in their pursuit of success. Trent Hone argues that the Navy created a sophisticated learning...
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