Administrative history

Results
The development of British strategic air power doctrine and policy in the period of rearmament preceding the Second World War, c.1934-1939.
Smith, M.S., Ph.D. (1975), Lancaster (Gooch, J.)
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The influence of new weapons systems upon British imperial defence policy 1935-41, with special reference to the Mediterranean theatre.
Turner, N.R., D.Phil. (1976), Oxford (Howard, M.E.)
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The origins and development of the Chiefs of Staff Sub-Committee of the Committee of Imperial Defence, 1923-39.
Welch, H.G., Ph.D. (1974), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The impact of airpower on the Royal Navy in the 1920s.
Till, G., Ph.D. (1976), London
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The controversy over tanks in the British army, 1919-33.
Armstrong, G.P., Ph.D. (1976), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The military defence of the British Empire, 1918-22.
Jeffery, K.J., Ph.D. (1978), Cambridge (Gallagher, J.A.)
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British naval policy and the Pacific and Far East: from Paris to Washington, 1919-22.
McDonald, J.K., D.Phil. (1975), Oxford (Gibbs, N.H.)
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Relations between the Army and the Royal Air Force, 1918-39.
Waldie, D.J.P., Ph.D. (1980), London (Bond, B.J.)
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British submarine development and policy, 1918-39.
Henry, D., Ph.D. (1976), London (Martin, L.W.)
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Aspects of the social history of chemical warfare in World War I.
Hewitt, S.G., M.Sc. (1972), Sussex
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The capture of Mametz Wood: a study of Lloyd George's 'Welsh army' at the battle of the Somme, 1916.
Hughes, A.C., M.Phil. (1975), Open University (Marwick, A.J.B.)
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The Dardanelles and Gallipoli experience, August 1914 - January 1916: the service of junior officers and men in the Allied Eastern Mediterranean Expeditionary Force.
Liddle, P.H., M.Litt. (1975), Newcastle (Taylor, Joan M.)
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The exploitation of courage: psychiatric care in the British army, 1914-18.
Lynch, P.J., M.Phil. (1977), London (Bynum, W.F.)
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The Royal Naval Lower Deck Reform Movement, 1900-39.
Carew, A.B., D.Phil. (1980), Sussex (Middlemas, R.K.)
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The influence of the Russo-Japanese War on British military and naval thought, 1904-14.
Towle, P.A., Ph.D. (1973), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The navy estimates, 1906-9.
Willmott, H.P., M.A. (1971), Liverpool (Ryan, A.N.)
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The national service issue, 1899-1914.
Allison, M.J., Ph.D. (1975), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The influence of continental examples and colonial warfare upon the reform of the late Victorian army.
Bailes, H.H.R., Ph.D. (1980), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The nation and the Navy: methods and organization of British navalist propaganda, 1889-1914.
Hamilton, W.M., Ph.D. (1977), London (Joll, J.B.)
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The reform of the front line forces of the regular army in the United Kingdom, 1895-1914.
Spiers, E.M., Ph.D. (1974), Edinburgh (Erickson, J.; Cornford, J.F.)
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The resettlement of the solider into civilian life, 1870-1914.
Reese, P.H.L., M.Phil. (1980), London (Cowie, Evelyn E.)
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Studies in British naval intelligence, 1880-1945.
Wells, A.R., Ph.D. (1972), London (Martin, L.W.)
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The English rifle volunteer movement, 1859-1908.
Beckett, I.F.W., Ph.D. (1974), London (Bond, B.J.)
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Underwater weapons and the Royal Navy, 1869-1918.
Cowpe, A., Ph.D. (1980), London (Ranft, B. McL.; Bond, B.J.)
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The Admiralty: reforms and reorganization, 1868-92.
Logan, Karen D., D.Phil. (1976), Oxford (Madden, A.F.)
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Naval policy and cruiser design, 1865-90.
Rodger, N.A.M., D.Phil. (1974), Oxford (Gibbs, N.H.)
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British naval policy in the eastern Mediterranean, 1868-89.
Seymour, C.L., Ph.D. (1973), Hull (Major, J.S.H.)
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The terms and conditions of service and recruitment of the rank and file of the British regular home army, 1856-99.
Skelley, A.R., Ph.D. (1975), Edinburgh (Brown, J.; Morris, R.J.)
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The pre-Crimean origins of reform in the British army.
Strachan, H.F.A., Ph.D. (1977), Cambridge (Trebilcock, R.C.)
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The effect of the Crimean War upon the administration of the British army, 1852-6.
Sweetman, J., Ph.D. (1972), London (Bond, B.J.)
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