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naval-history.net Although this is particularly strong on 20th century and wartime naval research, it still has an invaluable ‘Pax Britannica’ section, focusing on naval history during this period of relative peace in Europe between 1815 and the outbreak of the First World War. It has all sorts of specialist material and articles. Recent additions include ‘Queen Victoria’s Fleet on Her Accession: the Strength and Distribution of the Royal Navy 1837’, ‘At the Advent of the Ironclad: the Strength and Distribution of the Royal Navy 1861’ and ‘Development of the Royal Navy 1857-1900’. “An invaluable resource is ‘Ships of the Old Navy’ at
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