Napoleonic And Naval History is a blog about the age of sail and the age of revolutions, and the occasional post that bends those topics quite a bit.
Some great books that are frequently used as sources include:
- Naval Miscellany by Angus Konstam
- To War With Wellington by Peter Snow
- The entire Richard Sharpe series by Bernard Cornwell; these books sparked my interest in the Napoleonic Wars and I find myself constantly referencing historical information from these books.
- Master and Commander (and its accompanying series) by Patrick O’Brian; which sparked my interest in the naval side of the spectrum.
- Vienna 1814 by David King
- History’s Greatest Hits by Joseph Cummins
- The Mental Floss History of the World by Eric Sass and Steve Wiegand with Will Pearson and Mangesh Hattikudor
- Great Battles General Editor: Christer Jorgensen
- Horatio Nelson and His Victory by Philip Reeve
- Battle At Sea by R.G Grant
- The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Warfare by R.G Grant
- Breverton’s Nautical Curiosities by Terry Breverton
- Manual of Seamanship for Boys and Seaman of the Royal Navy, 1904 by Lieutenant Cecil H. Fox, R.N.
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