Andrew Lambert

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Andrew Lambert

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Personlig information
Født 31. december 1956 Rediger på Wikidata
Norfolk Rediger på Wikidata
Uddannelse og virke
Uddannelses­sted King's College London Rediger på Wikidata
Medlem af Royal Historical Society Rediger på Wikidata
Beskæftigelse Militærhistoriker, forfatter Rediger på Wikidata
Arbejdsgiver King's College London Rediger på Wikidata
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Andrew Lambert FRHistS (født 31. december 1956) er en britisk søfartshistoriker, der siden 2001 har været Laughton Professor of Naval History i Department of War Studies, King's College London.[1]

Han læste moderne international historie på Bristol Polytechnic fra 1983-1987. Han har skrevet adskillige bøger og flere videnskabelige artikler.

Bibliografi[redigér | redigér wikikode]

  • Battleships in transition: the creation of the steam battlefleet, 1815–1860, Conway Maritime Press (1984) ISBN 978-0-85177-315-5
  • Warrior: the world's first ironclad, then and now, Conway Maritime Press (1987) ISBN 978-0-87021-986-3
  • The Crimean War: British Grand Strategy against Russia, 1853 – 1856, Manchester University Press (1990) ISBN 978-0-7190-2978-3
  • The Last Sailing Battlefleet: Maintaining Naval Mastery 1815 – 1850, Conway Maritime Press (1991) ISBN 978-0-85177-591-3
  • Steam, steel and shellfire: the steam warship 1815–1906, edited by Andrew Lambert, Conway Maritime Press (1991) ISBN 978-0-85177-608-8
  • The Crimean War: the war correspondents, edited by Andrew Lambert and Stephen Badsey (1994)
  • The Foundations of Naval History: Sir John Laughton, the Royal Navy and the Historical Profession, Chatham Publishing (1998) ISBN 978-1-86176-086-9
  • War at Sea in the Age of Sail, Weidenfeld & Nicolson (2000) ISBN 978-0-304-35246-3
  • Laughton's legacy : naval history at King's College London Inaugural Lecture (2002)
  • Trincomalee: the last of Nelson's frigates (2002)
  • Letters and papers of Professor Sir John Knox Laughton, 1830–1915 Navy Records Society (2002)
  • The naval history of Great Britain during the French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars by William James with a new introductions by Andrew Lambert. (2002)
  • Nelson: Britannia's God of War, Faber and Faber (2004) ISBN 978-0-571-21222-4
  • Admirals: The Naval Commanders who made Britain Great, Faber and Faber (2008) ISBN 978-0-571-23156-0
  • Ship: A History in Art & Photography, Conway Publishing (2010) ISBN 978-1-84486-076-0
  • Franklin: Tragic Hero of Polar Navigation, Faber and Faber (2010) ISBN 978-0-571-23161-4
  • The Challenge: Britain Against America in the Naval War of 1812, Faber and Faber (2012) ISBN 978-0-571-27319-5
  • "Preparing for the Russian War: British Strategy; March 1853 – March 1854.", War & Society (1989)
  • "The Naval War" in Pimlott, J.L. & Badsey, S. Eds. The Gulf War Assessed (London, 1992)
  • "Aland, Bomarsund and Anglo-Russian Relations 1815–1854" in Ericsson, K. & Montin, K. eds. I Vedlast Over Skiftet Och Alands Hav (Abo, 1993)
  • "Seapower 1939–40: Churchill and the Strategic Origins of the Battle of the Atlantic", Journal of Strategic Studies (March 1994)
  • "Part of a Long Line of Circumvallation to Confine the Future Expansion of Russia: Great Britain and the Baltic 1809 – 1895", in Rystad, Bohme & Carlgren Eds. In Quest of Trade and Security: The Baltic in Power Politics, 1500- 1990 (Lund University, Sweden, 1994)
  • "The Shield of Empire (1815–1895)" in J. R. Hill. Ed. The Oxford Illustrated History of the Royal Navy (Oxford, 1995)
  • "The Royal Navy 1856–1914: Deterrence and the Strategy of World Power" in Neilson, K. & Errington, J. Navies and Global Defense: Theories and Strategies (London, 1996)
  • "Empire and Seapower: Shipbuilding by the East India Company at Bombay for the Royal Navy 1805–1850" in Les Flottes Des Compagnes des Indes 1600–1857 (Paris, 1996)
  • "Politics, Technology and Policy-Making, 1859–1865: Palmerston, Gladstone and the Management of the Ironclad Naval Race" in The Northern Mariner vol. VIII (July 1998) pp. 9–38
  • "Responding to the Nineteenth Century: the Royal Navy and the Introduction of the Screw Propeller", History of Technology (1999)
  • "Admiral Sir William Cornwallis" in Le Fevre & Harding, eds., The Precursors of Nelson (London, 2000)
  • "Under the heel of Britannia, the Bombardment of Sweaborg 8–10 August 1855" and "The Syrian Campaign, 1814" in Capt. P. Hore RN ed. Seapower Ashore: 200 Years of Royal Navy Operations on Land (London, 2001)
  • "The Principal Source of Understanding: Navies and the Educational Role of the Past" in Capt. P. Hore, RN, ed., The Hudson Papers Volume 1. (London: Ministry of Defence, 2001)
  • "Australia, the Trent Crisis of 1861 and the strategy of imperial defence" in Stevens, D. & Reeve, J., eds. Southern Trident: Strategy, History and the rise of Australian Naval Power (Sydney, Allen & Unwin, 2001)
  • "Introduction" and "The Slide into War" in Gardiner, Robert, ed. The Naval War of 1812 (London, Caxton Editions, 2001)
  • "General Introduction" and "Introduction Part 2" in James, W. M., The Naval History of Great Britain, During the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: Volume 2, 1797–1799 (London, Conway Maritime Press, 2002)
  • "Winning without Fighting: British Grand Strategy and its Application to the United States, 1815–65" in Lee, Bradford A. & Walling, Karl F., eds. Strategic Logic and Political Rationality (London, Frank Cass, 2003)
  • "Introduction" in James, William, Naval Occurrences of The War of 1812 (London, Conway Maritime Press, 2004)

Referencer[redigér | redigér wikikode]

  1. ^ "Professor Andrew Lambert". Navy Records Society. Arkiveret fra originalen 27. december 2013. Hentet 14. maj 2014. 
  2. ^ "Andrew David Lambert: Publications". King's College London. Hentet 14. maj 2014.