"Treason's Harbours" is the complaints of the Naval Dockyards' Society's convention on 'Dockyards in paintings, Literature and Film', to be had to readers all over the world for the 1st time. The absolutely illustrated and referenced quantity comprises 5 articles and booklet reviews.
J. D. Davies, ‘The puppy within the Night-time: Dockyards within the style of Naval ancient Fiction’, which examines the level of the forget and destructive portrayal of dockyards inside of naval old fiction, and indicates a few attainable purposes for it, with regards to C. S. Forester's Hornblower, Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey, Dickens, and others
Justin Reay, ‘All A-Sparkle with Gunflashes’: The Bay of Rosas in Naval Literature’, tells the tale of Rosas, utilized by Jervis, Nelson, Collingwood and Pellew as a fleet rendezvous and victualing station, and pointed out by means of Napoleon as very important to his plans in the course of the Peninsular warfare, and its position in naval literature because it encouraged Frederick Marryat, C. S. Forester and Patrick O’Brian
Celia Clark, ‘Dockyards in visible paintings, artwork in Dockyards: Celebrated as websites of nationwide delight expressing the ‘beauty of utility’, delight in craft abilities and foci of recent creative task’ examines why dockyards (naval shipyards in US parlance and arsenals in eu languages) are depicted in visible artwork and why inventive task arises in dockyards
Duncan Hawkins with Caroline Butler and Andrew Skelton, ‘The Iron Slip hide Roofs of the Royal Dockyards 1844–1857’, examines the main major iron constructions built within the Royal Dockyards 1844–1848, the slip disguise roofs, considers the origins of these equipped by means of Fox Henderson and by means of George Baker and Sons, and information the regime of centralised making plans, venture administration and development layout rising lower than Godfrey Greene and his patronage of favoured contractors, particularly Fox Henderson (to 1856) and Grissell’s
Peter G. Goodwin, ‘The software and Scheme of Paintworks in British Men-of-War throughout the past due Eighteenth and early 19th Centuries’ is an appreciation of ancient facts and technical research of paint samples to attract conclusions concerning the inner and exterior visual appeal of ships of the British military through the interval 1780 to 1820 by way of the previous Keeper and Curator of HMS Victory
Book stories: Roger Knight Britain opposed to Napoleon: The corporation of Victory, 1793–1815 via Philip MacDougall; Jonathan Coad help for the Fleet. structure and engineering of the Royal Navy’s Bases 1700–1914 by way of Ann Coats