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Sailor-scholar: Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond, 1871-1946
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Sailor-scholar: Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond, 1871-1946 (Hardback)

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Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond was "a unique phenomenon in the Victorian-Edwardian navy--a professionally competent and successful officer who was also an intellectual," writes the author. "This was enough to ensure that his progress would be stormy.'' This thoroughly documented biographical study of Richmond's professional career reveals a fully experienced, clear-thinking officer with a profound understanding of naval history, "a restless and uncompromising personality," and a passionate concern with naval strategy, the art of war, and the most effective training programme for officers. Richmond persistently challenged the accepted practices and prejudices of the naval profession. He and his small group of disciples, the "Young Turks," found themselves in the thick of the most crucial controversies in the British Navy. In spite of frequent official displeasure, however, Richmond became an influential naval historian and educator, responsible for the creation of the modern naval staff and the Imperial Defence College. The volume rests on extensive research in the official records and the private papers of Richmond and his close associates. It will interest not only naval historians, but also those with a general interest in the impact of one man's thought and actions on Britain's defence policy and the outcome of two World Wars.

BiographyBiography: generalAutobiography: generalBiographyBiography: generalBiography: historical, political & militaryHistory & PoliticsMilitary HistoryHistory & PoliticsMilitary StudiesNaval forces & warfare Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier University Press Publication Date: 01/05/1982 ISBN-13: 9780889201040  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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