ROYAL TARS: The Lower Deck of the Royal Navy, 875-1850
Presents the authentic voice, life and social history of seamen of the lower deck. It explores the seaman's skills and daily routine, his living conditions and dress, his attitudes to those set over him and the regulations they made, and the experience of battle as seen from the gundeck or the fighting top. 32 pages of photos, many in color.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 1957805
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