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Professor Andrew Lambert

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CurrentFormer

  1. Brenden Bliss First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    The Limits of Influence: British Policy, Naval Power and the Sandwich Islands, 1815-1855

    1/10/2013 → …

  2. Grahame Aldous First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    The Law Relating to the Distribution of Prize Money in the Royal Navy and its Relationship to the Use of Naval Power in War, 1793-1815

    4/01/2016 → …

  3. James Ulry First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Decisive Battle at Sea: A History of English Naval Strategic Thought, 1867 – 1914.

    1/10/2015 → …

  4. Kelsey Power

    War Studies

    The Influence of Honour on the Social Conduct of British Naval Prisoners of War Incarcerated During the Napoleonic Wars

    1/10/2016 → …

  5. Rob Granger

    War Studies

    "To what extent did 3 Commando Brigade's role on NATO's northern flank contribute to its success in the Falklands Conflict."

    1/10/2016 → …

  6. Rachel Blackman-Rogers First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Facing Unlimited War: Strategic Evolution and Cultural Transformation, 1796-1798

    1/10/2016 → …

  7. Sean Barrett

    War Studies

    This thesis explores the impact of organizational culture on military innovation through the lens of the U.S. Marine Corps' development of the advance base force.

    25/10/2019 → …

  8. Steve Phillips First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    A Historical Case Study of Operation Earnest Will

    1/10/2016 → …

  9. Timothy Moots First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    This project will investigate how the Royal Navy maintained access to dry-docks across the British Empire during the interwar period.

    9/01/2017 → …

  10. Mark Barton First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Why was the City of London endeavouring to influence the behaviour of particularly the Royal Navy but also the Army in the Napoleonic War (1803-1815) by giving awards through the Patriotic Fund (PF) at Lloyds and why did it stop doing this in 1809?

    5/01/2015 → …

  11. James W E Smith First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    British and American Defence Unification and its Relationship with the Development of Strategic Theory and Thought 1945-1964.

    4/01/2016 → …

  12. Matthew Zembo

    Defence Studies

    War From the Side of Canada: British Military Operations on the Northern Frontier During the American War of Independence 1775-1783.

    9/01/2015 → …

  13. Donald MacKinnon

    Defence Studies

    A critical re-assessment of the evolution, enduring applicability, and continued relevance of Corbett's Principles of Maritime Strategy as applied between its publication in 1911 and the present day.

    1/10/2013 → …

  14. Guy Birks

    War Studies

    An assessment of the impact of Japanese imperialism in the Korean Peninsula on the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1902-1923

    7/01/2014 → …

  15. Jen Drieves First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Propelling the Royal Navy Forward: The Patents and Engineering of Propulsion

    1/10/2019 → …

  16. David Parry

    War Studies

    "Perisher: its history and efficacy in shaping the submarine commanding officer":

    19/12/2018 → …

  17. Bryan Leese First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Cheek to Jowl: Navy Shipboard Operational Intelligence in the Cold War

    1/10/2018 → …

  18. Alex Pickering

    War Studies

    'A Naval Entente? Anglo-French Naval Relations, 1914-1918'.

    16/03/2020 → …

  19. Kunika Kakuta First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    Navy, Democracy, and Imperialism in a Comparative Perspective: Athenian archê (478-404 BCE) and Imperial Japan (1868-1941)

    22/04/2017 → …

  20. Tim Dougall First/primary/lead supervisor

    War Studies

    The significance of Royal Navy cruiser procurement for British naval policy, 1904-1914

    9/01/2017 → …

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