The naval mutinies of 1797

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University press , Manchester
Spithead Mutiny, 1797., Nore Mutiny,
Statementby Conrad Gill.
SeriesHalf-title: Publications of the Victoria University of Manchester. Historical series, no. xix
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LC ClassificationsDA87.7 .G5
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Paginationxix, [1], 412 p.
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Open LibraryOL176785M
LC Control Numbera 14000636
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Not all mutinies in ended well for the sailors like in Spithead. In Maythere was a mutiny at the Nore. The sailors wanted more shore leave, fairer distribution of.

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He is the author and editor of several books on maritime history, including The Naval Mutinies of (Boydell, ) and Naval Resistance to Britain's Growing Power in India, (Boydell, ). An e-book version of this title is available () to libraries through a number of trusted suppliers.

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The naval mutinies of by Gill, Conrad, b. Publication date Topics Spithead Mutiny,Nore Mutiny, Publisher Manchester: University pressPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gill, Conrad, b.

Naval mutinies of Manchester: University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. In the Royal Navy lived through its deepest political crisis with fleet mutinies at the anchorages of Spithead and the Nore. Although. Conrad Gill is the author of The Naval Mutinies of ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Government and People ( avg rating, 0 4/5(1).

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The expert authors separate fact from myth in major case studies, showing why mutinies occurred, and how and why they sometimes escalated in dangerous and unexpected ways. The most extensive approach since Conrad Gill's seminal and eponymous volume ofThe Naval Mutinies of focuses on new research, re-evaluating the causes, events, interpretations, discipline, relationships between officers and men, political inputs and affiliations and crucially, the rôle of the Irish and quota men.

It poses new. Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp The Naval Mutinies of av Conrad Gill på   This explains why mutinies in the armed forces are of such concern to them. In April and May of the British ruling class was horrified when two naval mutinies broke out; the first was at Spithead, close to Portsmouth; the second at the Nore which marks the seaward approach to the Thames Estuary.

London: Frank Cass and Co Limited, The naval mutiny ofis the most astonishing recorded in ours, or perhaps any history; astonishing by its management rather than for its results, for other mutinies have been successful. Though a thoroughgoi. He examines such famous mutinies as the uprisings aboard the Bounty and the Potemkin, the racial disturbances on the Constellation, the rebellion at the Nore, and the hijacking of the Storozhevoy, along with some not-so-famous insurrections that fill his book with suspense and colorful characters to bring the dramatic events to life.

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An International Perspective. Edited By Christopher Bell, Bruce Elleman. In February seamen at Spithead sent eleven petitions seeking a pay increase, by April that year their demands now included, pension increases, raising of provisions, full pay for sick and injured sailors, and removal of certain officers, see Coats and MacDougall, The Naval Mutinies, pp.