James Davey

James Davey completed a BA at King's College London and an M.St at the University of Oxford. Between 2006 and 2009 he was Research Assistant at the University of Greenwich on the project 'Sustaining the Empire: War, the Navy, and the Contractor State', where he also completed a PhD.

He has also held a Research Fellowship at the National Maritime Museum where his job is to research the the unrivalled naval collections, and in doing so illustrate the importance of the Royal Navy to the broader sweep of British history.

AOS Naval Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  Broadsides Caricatures and the Navy 1756-1815
  The Transformation of British Naval Strategy Seapower and Supply in Northern Europe, 1808-1812
  Navy, Nation and Nelson Explores the Royal Navy's relationship with Britain
  In Nelson's Wake The Navy and the Napoleonic Wars
  Tempest The Royal Navy and the Age of Revolutions

AOS Other Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  Tudor and Stuart Seafarers The Emergence of a Maritime Nation, 1485-1707

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