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Cresset Press London 1954 1st edition. The author is a well known historian and Professor at the Royal Naval College Greenwich. A brief social history of the Royal Navy as a profession, and to show how it was used in the past as an instrument of national policy. With chapters of naval life in Tudor, Stuart, Georgian and Victorian times and attempts to answer the question, 'What was life at sea like then?' In these the reader will find some account of the emergence of a professional navy and the seaman's way of life: how the sea service was manned, the types of ship used, how they were navigated and how armed. No dust jacket. Blue cloth covered end boards. Nice clean condition. 288pp. 220 x 135 mm