Research – various ...

While our main research focus concerns multiple aspects – from regional to wordwide – of nautical and aeronautical matters, there are some areas that overlap multiple subjects, for example: biographies; economics; political considerations; oceanography and cartography. Our subject matter and catalogued subjects reflect this diversity.

Military, including intelligence :

The most overarching subject, or topic, is military which not only covers army matters, but also the interaction between the various branches of our armed forces – navies, airforces and armies; we have also regrouped all "intelligence" matters, whether military, naval or airforce into this group.

Military and armies – including Canadian Forces and intelligence research
Tidal study, Somme Estuary, 24 August 1346 - Battle of Crécy

Other - including 1812:

The War of 1812 – a more detailed index on this subect.
Schooner NANCY from the Letters of John Richardson, by Col. E. Cruikshank
The Story of the Schooner NANCY An episode of the War of 1812 by Lieut.-Col. E. Cruikshank

Anecdotes and "faits divers":

Captain Paul Boyton's Channel Crossing – swimming? or what?.


Index to environmental papers

To be classified:

A plea for archival support
Book Search [commercial/used]
Drake's Lost Harbor - perhaps controversial
The Bengal famine
Films of the Sea
Le Havre - French port (history, etc)
Semple William Semple - Scottish painter
Ship names - editorial guidelines.

This is currently (February 2021) a work in progess, to rationalise, facilitate and expand our exiting page at the Naval Marine Archive. Some pages are very recent, some date back twenty years and may or may not have been reviewed and/or edited recently; we appreciate any suggestions for improvements.