The making of the modern Admiralty: British naval policy-making, 1805–1927

@article{Lambert2011TheMO,
  title={The making of the modern Admiralty: British naval policy-making, 1805–1927},
  author={A. Lambert},
  journal={Journal for Maritime Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={13},
  pages={165 - 167}
}
  • A. Lambert
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science, Engineering
  • Journal for Maritime Research
Danes with their superior guns. As there were just a few Danes in Tranquebar, Fort Dansborg was generally manned by only a score of Europeans. An unavoidable consequence was a good deal of friction between them. Willem Leyel was accused of private trading which, although strongly forbidden by the company, was very common. He was dismissed from his post as governor in 1648 and sent home for trial. Documents found in his office in the fort and in his home in town were sent as evidence to… Expand
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