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Recruiting a naval reserve: the Royal Naval Coast Volunteers in Britain and Ireland, 1854–6

Online

21 Oct laughtonmain Part of King’s Maritime History Seminars, 2021 - Autumn Term

Title: Recruiting a naval reserve: the Royal Naval Coast Volunteers in Britain and Ireland, 1854–6

Speaker: Paul Huddie, University College Dublin

 

The King’s Maritime History Seminars for 2021-22 will begin with four, fully-online events in the autumn term. Rest assured that the expectation is that we will return to face-to-face meetings from January 2022 whilst maintaining some form of online presence, and a full programme for the Spring will be distributed in due course. In the meantime, we look forward to welcoming you back online for our usual experience of maritime and naval historical discussion and debate.

As always, attendance is free and open to all. To take part, you must register here. Shortly before the event, you will receive instructions, by email, about how to join by Zoom. Papers will begin, as usual, at 17:15 GMT.

The King’s Maritime History Seminar is hosted by the ‘Laughton Naval History Unit’ and the ‘Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War’ in the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. It is organised by the British Commission for Maritime History in association with the Society for Nautical Research. For further information contact Dr Alan James, War Studies, KCL, WC2R 2LS (alan.2.james@kcl.ac.uk).


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