Nicholas_TracyDr Nicholas Tracy is a member of the History Department of the University of New Brunswick, and an associate of the Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society. He has written extensively on naval strategy, tactics in the age of sail, art history, and biography, and is now engaged in a study of Canada's use of naval forces following the end of the Cold War. He is an experienced yachtsman and brings his understanding of the sea to bear on his descriptions of naval warfare.

AOS Naval Non Fiction

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1759 The Battle of Quiberon Bay 1759: Britain's Other Trafalgar The story of the British fleet under Admiral Hawke that fell upon the French ships of the line under Admiral Conflans
  Nelson's Battles: The Triumph of British Seapower Horatio Nelson was a hero from the time when his dramatic initiative won the battle of St Vincent
  The Age of Sail: The International Annual of the Historic Sailing Ship From the eclipse of the galley in the sixteenth century until the widespread introduction of steam propulsion
  Who's Who in Nelson's Navy: Two Hundred Heroes Short biographies of 200 officers who fought at sea through the wars against the French.
  Master and Madman The Surprising Rise and Disastrous Fall of the Hon Anthony Lockwood RN

AOS Other Non Fiction

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Year  Book  Comment
  The Miracle of the Kent A Tale of Courage, Fire, and Faith

Modern Era Naval Non Fiction

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  A Two-Edged Sword The Navy as an Instrument of Canadian Foreign Policy

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