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By Owen, Daniel Spence

ISBN-10: 1780765436

ISBN-13: 9781780765433

The Seven Years struggle (1756-1763) used to be the 1st international clash and have become the most important think about developing the British Empire. What began as a tussle among Britain and France over their North American territories escalated into a global maritime struggle which engulfed the realm. This e-book appears to be like at Britain’s maritime strategic, operational and tactical good fortune (and failures), via a wide-ranging historical past of the Royal Navy’s position within the battle.

By the time the struggle resulted in 1763 Britain used to be not at all a hegemonic strength, however it was once the single nation in a position to sustained worldwide energy projection on a world scale. during the Treaty of Paris, Britain won a lot territory, together with lots of France’s colonies in North the United States (including Canada), Spanish Florida, components of the Caribbean, Senegal in West Africa and plenty of of France’s buying and selling posts in South Asia.

Key to Britain’s luck was once political and strategic course from London, in the course of the warfare making plans of Pitt the Elder and the winning implementation of his guidelines by way of a stellar forged of naval and armed forces leaders at an operational and tactical point. Martin Robson highlights the paintings of a few of the main protagonists within the Royal military, males comparable to Admiral Sir Edward Hawke whose ethical braveness and appreciation of the broader strategic context at Quiberon Bay in 1759 determined the destiny of North the United States and shaped the most decisive victories in naval background. besides the fact that he additionally explores dwelling stipulations within the decrease decks, delivering insights into what existence used to be like for usual sailors at present.

Using numerous resources, files, pictures and artefacts, Robson finally indicates that the construction, containment and growth of the British Empire was once made attainable through the workout of maritime energy during the Royal Navy.

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