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The Northern Mariner - Contents of Volume XXIII - 2013

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Rohit T. Aggarwala, "One such place in North America": New York, Boston, and Halifax as British Naval Bases, 1743-1783 / 339

Joe Calnan, The Pilot of La Salle's Griffon / 213

Rodney Carlisle, Danzig: The Missing Link in the History of Flags of Convenience / 135

Robert M. Dienesch, Midway to Understanding: Seventy Years of History? / 35

Julian Gwyn, Shipping to the Caribbean in the 1820s – 1840s: William Roche, Halifax Merchant / 99

David Head, Independence on the Quarterdeck: Three Baltimore Seafarers, Spanish America, and the Lives of Captains in the Early American Republic / 1

Mohamed Haji Ingiriis, The History of Somali Piracy: From Classical Piracy to Contemporary Piracy, c. 1801-2011 / 239

Olaf U. Janzen, The Logic of English Saltcod: An Historiographical Revision / 123

Captain Norman Jolin, RCN Retired, The restoration of a Canadian naval ensign / 267

William L. Welch, Moses Perley and the Fisheries / 21

Michael Whitby, Boomers, Draggers and Black Boxes: The Operational Legacy of Canada's Oberon Class Submarines, 1983-1998 / 367


J.L. Granatstein, Four Admirals and the Navy: Unification, Trudeau, NDHQ, and NATO / 151

Louis Arthur Norton, The Native American Canoe-wright and Mariner / 399


Stephen R. Bown, The Last Viking. The Life of Roald Amundsen by William Barr / 161

Barry Gough, Juan de Fuca's Strait: Voyages in the Waterway of Forgotten Dreams by James Dean / 51

Kwasi Kwarteng, Ghosts of Empire: Britain's Legacies in the Modern World; John Darwin, Unfinished Empire: The Global Expansion of Britain; Pankaj Mishra, From the Ruins of Empire: The Revolt Against the West and the Remaking of Asia by Ian Yeates / 287

Derek Morris, Mile End Old Town, 1740-1780: A Social History of an Early Modern London Suburb; Derek Morris and Ken Cozens, Wapping, 1600-1800: A Social History of an Early Modern London Maritime Suburb; Derek Morris, Whitechapel 1600-1800: A Social History of an Early Modern London Inner Suburb by Barry Gough / 413


Book Reviews Vol. XXIII, No. 1,
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Peter Andreas, Smuggler Nation: How Illicit Trade Made America by Joshua Smith / 419

Julia Angster, Erdbeeren und Piraten: Die Royal Navy und die Ordnung der Welt 1770–1860 by Nicholas Rodger / 420

John Asmussen and Eric Leon, German Naval Camouflage, Vol. 1, 1939-1941 by Christopher Kretzschmar / 165

Hugh Bicheno, Elizabeth's Sea Dogs by Michael Clark / 297

H. V. Bowen, Elizabeth Mancke and John G. Reid (eds.), Britain's Oceanic Empire: Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds, c.1550–1850 by Cheryl Fury / 422

Maurizio Brescia, Mussolini's Navy. A Reference Guide to the Regia Marina, 1930-1945 by Fraser McKee / 298

Siegfried Breyer and MirosLaw Skwiot, German Capital Ships of the Second World War: The Ultimate Photograph Album by Jacob Bart Hak / 166

Charles F. Brower, Defeating Japan: The Joint Chiefs of Staff and Strategy in the Pacific War, 1943-1945 by John Francis / 424

Kevin Brown, Passage to the New World. The Emigrant Experience 1807-1940 by Louis A. Norton / 300

Christian Buchet, The British Navy, Economy and Society in the Seven Years' War by Julian Gwyn / 301

Craig Cabell, Graham A. Thomas and Allan Richards, Blackbeard: The Hunt for the World's Most Notorious Pirate by Cynthia Catellier / 167

Francis M. Carroll, Athenia Torpedoed. The U-Boat Attack that Ignited the Battle of the Atlantic by Kevin Smith / 303

S.A. Cavell, Midshipmen and Quarterdeck Boys in the British Navy, 1771-1831 by Owen Cooke / 169

David Childs, Invading America. The English Assault on the New World, 1497-1630 by John Ratcliffe / 55

A.E. Christensen and W. Steusloff, Das Ebersdorfer Schiffsmodell von 1400. The Ebersdorf Ship Model of 1400 by Roeland Paardekooper / 426

Andrew Clark, Pleasures of the Firth. Two Hundred Years of the Clyde Steamers 1812-2012 by Michael Clark / 171

Stephen Cobb, Preparing for Blockade 1885-1914: Naval Contingency for Economic Warfare, by N.A.M. Rodger / 427

Ray Costello, Black Salt. Seafarers of Africa Descent on British Ships by Thomas Malcomson / 173

James Davey. The Transformation of British Naval Strategy: Seapower and Supply in Northern Europe, 1808-1812 by Tom Malcomson / 304

James Seay Dean, Tropics Bound: Elizabeth's Seadogs on the Spanish Main by Wayne Abrahamson / 174

James P. Delgado, Misadventures of a Civil War Submarine – Iron, Guns, and Pearls by Norman H. Jolin / 307

N. Harry Dickinson, Wisdom and War. The Royal Naval College Greenwich, 1873-1998 by Chris Madsen / 308

Peter Dutton, Robert Ross and Oystein Tunsjo (eds), Twenty-First Century Seapower: cooperation and conflict at sea by Andrew Forbes / 56

Cynthia Jones Eiseman and Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway, The Porticello Shipwreck: A Mediterranean Merchant Vessel of 415-385 B.C. by Wayne Abrahamson / 429

George W. Emery, In their own Words. The Navy Fights the War of 1812. Selected Documents from a Sailor's Collection by Faye Kert / 310

Nicole Eustace, 1812. War and the Passions of Patriotism by Thomas Malcomson / 58

Brian Fagan, Beyond the Blue Horizon: How the Earliest Mariners Unlocked the Secrets of the Oceans by Louis A. Norton / 312

Marcus Faulkner, War at Sea: A Naval Atlas 1939-1945 by Joshua M. Smith / 176

Larrie D. Ferreiro, Measure of the Earth: The Enlightenment Expedition that Reshaped our World by James Risk / 61

Edda Frankot, "Of Laws of Ships and Shipmen". Medieval Maritime Law and its Practice in Urban Northern Europe by Romney Smith / 430

Robert Gardiner, The Sailing Frigate. A History in Ship Models by Roger Cole / 432

Catherine Marie Gilbert, Yorke Island and the Uncertain War. Defending Canada's western coast during WWII by Chris Madsen / 178

Paul A. Gilje, Free Trade and Sailors' Rights in the War of 1812 by Samuel Negus / 313

Myra C. Glenn, Jack Tar's Story: The Autobiographies and Memoirs of Sailors in Antebellum America by Gene Smith / 62

James Goldrick and Jack McCaffrie, Navies of South-East Asia. A comparative study by Andrew Forbes / 64

Timothy S. Good (ed.), American Privateers in the War of 1812. The Vessels and Their Prizes Recorded in Niles Weekly Register by Faye Kert / 180

Robert M. Grogans, To Aukland by the Ganges by Michael Clark / 66

Jon Guttman, Osprey Aircraft of the Aces #97: Naval Aces of World War 1 Part 1 and Osprey Aircraft of the Aces #104: Naval Aces of World War 1 Part 2 by Robert L. Shoop / 67

David Hancock, Oceans of Wine: Madeira and the Emergence of American Trade and Taste by Warren Reiss / 315

Robert Haywood and Roberta Spivak, Maritime Piracy by Edward M. Furgol / 433

Nicole Hegener and Lars U. Scholl (Hrsg), Vom Anker zum Krähennest/From the anchor to the Crow's Nest. Naval Imagery from the Renaissance to the Age of Photography. (German Maritime Studies, vol. 17) by Kelsey McGuire / 69

Stephen Howarth, To Shining Sea. A History of the United States Navy 1775-1998 by Robert Dienesch / 70

Alan G. Jamieson, Lords of the Sea: A History of the Barbary Corsairs by Louis Arthur Norton / 181

Robert Erwin Johnson, Far China Station. The U.S. Navy in Asian Waters, 1800-1898 by Lou Norton / 435

Ian Johnston and Ian Buxton, The Battleship Builders. Constructing and Arming British Capital by Rob Dienesch / 437

Ben Jones, The Fleet Air Arm in the Second World War; Volume I, 1939-1941. Norway, the Mediterranean and the Bismarck by Fraser McKee / 183

John Jordan, Warships After Washington. The Development of the Five Major Fleets 1922-1930 by John Francis / 72

John Jordan and Jean Moulin, French Cruisers 1922-1956 by N. Roger Cole / 316

Ralph Kauz (ed.), Aspects of the Maritime Silk Road: From the Persian Gulf to the East China Sea by Lincoln Paine / 438

Klaus-Peter Kiedel, Schiffe, Helgen, Docks und Kaijen. Mit dem Fotografen Karl Schemkes in der Bremerhaven Häfen 1950-1965 by Jacob Bart Hak / 318

Jonathan Kinghorn, The Atlantic Transport Line, 1881-1931. A History with Details on All Ships by Michael Clark / 185

Richard P. Klobuchar. The USS Ward: An Operational History of the Ship that Fired the First American Shot of World War II by Ambjorn L. Adomeit / 187

Mark Lardas, Bonhomme Richard vs Serapis, Flamborough Head 1779 by Allen Wilson / 73

Mark Lardas, CSS Alabama vs USS Kearsage, Cherbourg, 1864 by Louis A. Norton / 74

Mark Lardas, Decatur's Bold And Daring Act. The Philadelphia in Tripoli, 1804 by Edward Martin / 319

Robin Law (ed.), Dahomey and the Ending of the Transatlantic Slave Trade - British Vice-Consul to the Kingdom of Dahomey, West Africa 1851-1852 by Michael Clark / 320

Don Leggett and Richard Dunn, Re-inventing the Ship: Science, Technology and the Maritime World, 1800-1918 by Michael Dove / 76

Jerry Lokett, The Discovery of Weather: Stephen Saxby and the tumultuous birth of weather forecasting and Saxby's Gale of 1899 by C. Douglas Maginley / 188

John Mack, The Sea. A Cultural History by Michael Clark / 78

Rod Macdonald, Great British Shipwrecks. A Personal Adventure by Martha Tye / 190

Edward J. Marolda, Ready Seapower. A History of the U.S. Seventh Fleet by Timothy A. Martin / 79

Donald A. Maxton and Rolf E. Du Rietz (eds.), Innocent on the Bounty. The Court-Martial and Pardon of Midshipman Peter Heywood in Letters. Peter Heywood & Nessy Heywood by Tom Malcomson / 440

Sam McBride, The Bravest Canadan. Fritz Peters, VC. The Making of a Hero in Two World Wars by Jan Drent / 191

Matthew McCarthy, Privateering, Piracy and British Policy in Spanish America 1810-1830 by Fred Hopkins / 442

Gerald A. Meehl, One Marine's War: A Combat Interpreter's Quest for Humanity in the Pacific by Ambjorn L. Adomeit / 322

Andrea Mehrländer, Mit Kurs auf Charleston, S.C. Kapitän Heinrich Wieting und die Auswanderung nach South Carolina im 19. Jahrhundert by Jacob Bart Hak / 444

David Miller, Langsdorff and the Battle of the River Plate by Jay Knarr / 446

Michael B. Miller, Europe and the Maritime World: A Twentieth-Century by Louis A. Norton / 448

Robert W. H. Miller, One Firm Anchor: The Church and the Merchant Seafarer by Timothy Demy / 449

Edward Monroe-Jones and Michael Green (eds.), The Silent Service in World War II: The Story of the U.S. Navy Submarine Force in the Words of the Men Who Lived It by Robert Dienesch / 324

R.J. Moore and J.A. Rodgaard, A Hard Fought Ship: The Story of HMS Venomous by Malcolm Butler / 325

Rob Mundle, Bligh, Master Mariner by Sam McLean / 194

Mark Nicholls and Penry Williams, Sir Walter Raleigh in Life & Legend by Cheryl Fury / 81

Ryan Nopper, Austro-Hungarian Battleships 1914-18 by Robert L. Shoop / 82

Robert W. Passfield, Phip's Amphibious Assault on Canada – 1690 by Sam McLean / 195

Cdr. Edward C. Raymer, USN (Ret.), Descent into Darkness. Pearl Harbor, 1941: A Navy Diver's Memoir by John Ratcliffe / 196

Chipp Reid, Intrepid Sailors. The Legacy of Preble's Boys and the Tripoli Campaign by Andrew Forney / 198

Shannon Ryan, A History of Newfoundland in the North Atlantic to 1818 by Olaf Janzen / 199

Judith Samuel, The 'City of Ottawa': The Story of a Sailing Ship by Isabelle Jeaurond / 201

Hermann Sandmann, Lebenserinnerungen eines alten Seefahrers by Jacob Bart Hak / 203

Roger Sarty, War in the St. Lawrence. The Forgotten U-Boat Battles on Canada's Shores by Isabel Campbell / 84

Albrecht Sauer, Zeit auf See/Time at Sea. Chronometers and their Creators: Three Centuries of Cutting Edge Chronometers by Louis A. Norton / 85

Robert J. Schneller Jr., Anchor of Resolve. A History of the U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Fifth Fleet by Timothy A. Martin / 79

Gene Smith, The Slaves' Gamble. Choosing Sides in the War of 1812 by Tom Malcomson / 451

Gene Allen Smith and Sylvia L. Hilton (eds), Nexus of Empire: Negotiating Loyalty and Identity in the Revolutionary Borderlands, 1760s–1820s by Cindie Catalier / 86

Peter C. Smith, Offshore Ferry Services of England & Scotland by Michael Clark / 327

Gary Staff, Battle on the Seven Seas: German Cruiser Battles 1914-1918 by Christopher Kretzschmar / 204

Robert C. Stern, The U.S. Navy and the War in Europe by Corbin Williamson / 88

Mark Stille, Santa Cruz 1942: Carrier duel in the South Pacific by Robert Shoop / 454

Craig L. Symonds, The Battle of Midway by Corbin Williamson / 89

Bruce Taylor, The End of Glory: War and Peace in HMS Hood, 1916-1941 by Michael Young / 91

Peter Thomas and Nicholas Tracy, Master & Madman. The Surprising Rise and Disastrous Fall of the Hon Anthony Lockwood RN by Phillip Williams / 205

Ian W. Toll, Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, (1941-1942) by Louis A. Norton / 328

Nicholas Tracy, A Two-edged Sword; The Navy as an Instrument of Canadian Foreign Policy by Nigel Greenwood / 206

Henk H.M. van der Linden, The Live Bait Squadron; Three mass graves off the Dutch coast, 22 September, 1914 by Fraser McKee / 330

Hans van Ham and Joan Rijsenbrij, Development of Containerization. Success through Vision, Drive and Technology by James Pritchard / 331

Michael G. Walling, Forgotten Sacrifice: The Arctic Convoys of World War II by Christopher Pearcy / 332

Peter A. Ward, British Naval Power in the East 1794-1805. The Command of Admiral Peter Rainier by Michael Clark / 455

Conrad Waters (ed.), Seaforth World Naval Review 2012 by Ian Yeates / 92

Paul Watkins, Midget Submarine Commander. The Life of Godfrey Place, VC by Fraser McKee / 457

Nigel Watson, Lloyd's Register. 250 Years of Service by Michael Clark / 208

Melanie Wiggins, Torpedoes in the Gulf: Galveston and the U-Boats, 1942-1943 by Christopher Pearcy / 210

Timothy Wilford, Canada's Road to the Pacific War: Intelligence Strategy and the Far East Crisis by Jan Drent / 94

Adrian K. Wood, Warships of the Ancient World, 3000-500 BC by Roeland Paardekooper / 335

Kathrin Zickermann, Across the German Sea: Early Modern Scottish Connections with the Wider Elbe-Weser Region by Edward M. Furgol / 336

Alan D Zimm, Attack on Pearl Harbor–Strategy, Combat, Myths, Deceptions by John Francis / 97

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