Margaret Cameron-Ash reveals Cook's strategic goals and accomplishments through a re-examination of Cook's original journals and charts.
Author: Margaret Cameron-Ash
Throughout the voyage of the Endeavour 1768-1771, Captain James Cook hid his important strategic discoveries, including Bass Strait and Sydney Harbour, in order to deny their existence to the French who at the same time also wanted to colonize the lands of the Pacific Ocean and Eastern Australia. Margaret Cameron-Ash reveals Cook's strategic goals and accomplishments through a re-examination of Cook's original journals and charts.
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Author: Great Britain. High Court of AdmiraltyPublish On: 1828
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Admiralty House, lying back from the main road, was built in the late 1780s by the Admiralty's surveyor, Samuel Pepys Cockerell (grandson of the diarist's nephew and heir), to provide separate accommodation for the First Lord of the ...
Author: Robert Shepherd
Publisher: A&C Black
This is the remarkable story of Westminster, a royal capital that became the birthplace of parliamentary government and the centre of a world power. It is about the place, its people and their close relationship. They have made and shaped one another. The ancient heart of Westminster is only the size of a village, yet it boasts world famous buildings: the Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Number 10 Downing Street. As befits a village, Westminster is rich in folklore and gossip, yet its story is central to Britain's history and anywhere that has parliamentary government. This biography of Westminster traces the extraordinary transformation of a secluded island on the banks of the Thames into a spiritual centre, a royal ceremonial stage and a political capital. It brings to life the monarchs and prime ministers for whom Westminster has been home, the architects and writers whom it inspired, and the protestors and rebels whom it provoked. It is a tale of inspiration, intrigue, power, protest and terror.
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