The Naval History Blog

Welcome to The Naval History Blog!

steven_new-profile-picI am Dr Steven Gray, Lecturer in the History of the Royal Navy. This thread was inspired by the interesting debates taking place as part of the University of Portsmouth’s MA in Naval History course.

The MA was established in 2016 and offers a unique opportunity to study the history of the Royal Navy at postgraduate level. It is an online course which offers flexible distance learning. However, as it is located at the home of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, and we have established a strong partnership with the National Museum of the Royal Navy, we are able to provide students with unparalleled behind the scenes access to museum experts, archives and historic ships.

Follow the link to view the posts: The Naval History Blog archive

We welcome your comments, and if you wish, you may also want to add your own blog.  See our ‘Contact us’ page for details, or email ptuc@port.ac.uk

The MA in Naval History is currently accepting admissions. Find out about the course, and your eligibility

 

Hear our ‘Why does maritime and naval history matter?’  debate between experts at the University which was the initial inspiration for these blogs:

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