Containing the proceedings of the inaugural Helion & Company Naval Conference, new and experienced scholars alike share their research into a variety of aspects of 18th Century Naval History. This volume covers aspects of naval recruitment, great sea battles, and the naval administration that made that all possible.
Mauro difranceso, Albert Parker, and Olivier Aranda explore how the Venetians, Spanish, and French utilized seapower during the Long Eighteenth Century. Thomas Golding-Lee, Nicholas J. Kaizer, and Robin Thomas examine naval operations in North American waters in times of war and peace.
Paul Leyland, Andrew Young, Joseph Krulder, and Andrew Johnston tackle questions of grand strategy and naval administration. Finally, Jim Tildesley, Andrew Lyter, and Callum Easton examine the social and cultural history of the Royal Navy.