Armed Forces

  • Chris Cook
  • Brendan Keith
Part of the Palgrave Historical and Political Facts book series (PHPF)


Naval Architecture General Staff Military Campaign British Army British Troop 
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General Military

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  7. Woodham-Smith, Cecil The Reason Why (London, 1953)Google Scholar

Army Administration

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  3. ‘Prelude to the Cardwell Reforms, 1856–1868’, Journal of the Royal United Services Institution (May 1961)Google Scholar
  4. Dunlop, Colonel J. K., The Development of the British Army, 1899–1914 (London, 1938 )Google Scholar
  5. Hamer, W. S., The British Army: Civil-Military Relations, 1885–1905 (Oxford U.P., 1970 )Google Scholar
  6. Omond, Lieut-Col. J. S., Parliament and the Army, 1642–1904 (Cambridge U.P., 1933 )Google Scholar


  1. Bartlett, C. J., Great Britain and Sea Power, 1815–1853 (Oxford U.P., 1963 )Google Scholar
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  • Brendan Keith

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