Administrative history

Results
The Admiralty: reforms and reorganization, 1868-92.
Logan, Karen D., D.Phil. (1976), Oxford (Madden, A.F.)
Thesis
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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The Royal Navy, seapower and the screw ship of the line, 1845-60.
Hamilton, C.I., Ph.D. (1974), Cambridge (Hinsley, F.H.)
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The architecture of insecurity: fortifications in England, 1840-1900.
Kent, P.R.J., M.A. (1975), Kent (Cunningham, H.St.C.)
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Money or merit? The early development of a modern officer promotion process in the British army, 1815-30.
Morse, R.E., Ph.D. (1978), London (Bond, B.J.)
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The British army as a riot-control force in Great Britain, 1811-48.
Rizzi, R.A., B.Litt. (1975), Oxford (Howard, M.E.)
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The Walcheran expedition of 1809.
Christie, C.A., Ph.D. (1975), Dundee (Bartlett, C.J.)
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The development of instruction in naval architecture in 19th-century England.
Dyson, G., M.A. (1979), Kent (Crosland, M.P.)
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Making life possible: a study of military aid to the civil power in regency England.
Fox, K.O., M.Phil. (1978), Essex (Woolf, S.J.; Lubasz, H.M.)
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The development of the education of soldiers and soldiers' children during the early and mid 19th century, with particular reference to the influence of the Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea.
Moren, J.E., Ph.D. (1979), Wales (Swansea) (Pritchard, D.G.)
Thesis
The administration of the royal dockyards in England during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, with special reference to the period 1801-5.
Morriss, R.A., Ph.D. (1978), London (Christie, I.R.)
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Wellingtons' logostical arrangements in the Peninsular War, 1809-14.
Redgrave, T.M.O., Ph.D. (1979), London (Bond, B.J.)
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Admiral Sir William Cornwallis and the blockade of Brest, 1801-6.
Schaber, J.R., B.litt. (1977), Oxford (Gibbs, N.H.)
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British privateering during the French Revolutionary Wars, 1793-1800.
Barton, R., M.A. (1980), Exeter
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The navy in the Yorktown campaign: the battle of the Chesapeake, 1781.
Breen, K.C., M.Phil. (1971), London (Gibbs, G.C.)
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A study of the process of bureaucratization: the Royal Navy, state and society, 1780-1916.
Dandekar, C., Ph.D. (1977), Leicester
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The evangelical administrator: Sir Charles Middleton, at the Navy Board, 1778-90.
Phillips, I.L., D.Phil. (1975), Oxford (Mackesy, P.G.)
Thesis
The administration of the British army, 1783-93.
Pimlott, J.L., Ph.D. (1975), Leicester (Newman, A.N.)
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The blockade of Brest by the Royal Navy, 1793-1805.
Steer, D.M., M.A. (1971), Liverpool (Ryan, A.N.)
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The navy and British diplomacy, 1783-93.
Webb, P.L.C., M.Litt. (1972), Cambridge (Rich, E.E.)
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Aspects of religion in the Royal Navy, c.1770-c.1870.
Blake, R.C., M.Phil. (1980), Southampton (Bromley, J.S.; Mather, F.C.)
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British privateering during the Seven Years' War, 1756-63.
Brown, J.W., M.A. (1978), Exeter
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The personal fortune of Admiral Sir Peter Warren.
Gwyn, J.R.J., D.Phil. (1971), Oxford (Dickinson, P.G.M.)
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The army and the mob in England in the generation before the Gordon Riots.
Hayter, A.J., Ph.D. (1973), London (Carter, Alice M.C.)
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The royal dockyards in England at the time of the American War of Independence.
Knight, R.J.B., Ph.D. (1972), London (Christie, I.R.)
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The construction of the military road from Newcastle to Carlisle, 1751-8.
Lawson, W., M.Litt. (1971), Durham (Birley, E.B.)
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