Some Forgotten Chapters in Naval History

By Gregory Robinson, published May 1925


As the title of the article above indicates, this is a rather whimsical and “tongue in check” historical account of the affairs of man in early Naval history. It can also be taken as a parody on early English vs. continent naval events as well as a “dig” at naval historians. The article is a delight to read but not for the serious minded.

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Filed under: Antiquity | English Channel | North Sea | Other (location)
Subjects include: Manpower & Life at Sea | Miscellaneous | Navies | Science & Exploration | Weapons

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