Quintin ColvilleQuintin Colville is Curator of Naval History at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. His work focuses on the social and cultural identity of the Royal Navy during the late 19th and 20th centuries, and explores notions of class, masculinity and gender within the service. This research has contributed to wider debates in modern British history relating to masculinity and gender, class, domesticity, consumption and institutional cultures. His article on naval uniform and identity was awarded the Royal Historical Society's Alexander Prize in 2002.

AOS Naval Non Fiction

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  Navy, Nation and Nelson The Rise of British Sea Power 1688-1815

Modern Era Naval Non Fiction

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  The British Sailor of the First World War An authoritative and vivid account of lives lived in quite extraordinary circumstances

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