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Study with us! MA in Naval History

Our new promo video for MA Naval History at the University of Portsmouth is live! 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 […]

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Example of the NMRN's Interactive Map showing a portion of the south coast of England.

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On the 11th November Britain will be commemorating Remembrance Day. To mark the event Brad Beaven and Mel Bassett will be talking about their research project ‘Mapping Jutland casualties’ at a ‘Gateways to the First World War’ Conference at the University of Kent. See the programme here:  11th-november-programme This project investigates the impact of the Battle […]

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Hampshire and Gallipoli Study Day 25th April

On 25 April 2015 – Anzac Day – the University of Southampton and the National Museum of the Royal Navy will mark precisely one hundred years since Allied forces landed on the Gallipoli peninsula. This audacious attempt to seize Turkish fortifications and secure control of the Dardanelles proved a costly failure.  The losses sustained at […]

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PhD Bursary Opportunity – Royal Naval Pursery in the Development of Accounting

Studentship title: ‘Nipcheese’ the Bean Counter: The Implications of Royal Naval Pursery in the Development of Accounting Closing date: Tuesday 21st April 2015 Preliminary explorations of maritime and accounting archives and historical literature in the Royal Navy [RN] Dockyard Library, Portsmouth, have considered the role and significance of pursers on RN ships (1600 to 1850) […]

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Come and work with us ! Lecturer/Research Fellows in Naval History

The University of Portsmouth and the National Museum of the Royal Navy wish to appoint two  new Lecturer/Research Fellows in order to expand their existing successful range of research collaborations. The successful appointees will assist in the development of new museum galleries and work with others to develop and launch a new Masters degree programme in Naval […]

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