Wooden World: the 18th Century Royal Navy – Philip K Allen

Old Ship

12th October 2022 @ 8:00 PM 10:00 PM BST

Doors Open 7:30pm

Description

In his many novels about Naval History set in the period from the 18th century to WWII, Philip uses authentic nautical detail. Here he creates a vivid picture of 18th Century life in the Royal Navy, the discipline, munitions, mutinies and the great sailing pioneers and vessels of that era.

A longstanding member of the Society for Nautical Research, he also enjoys sailing and writes for the US Naval Institute’s magazine Naval History. He is the author of the nine book Alexander Clay series of naval fiction set in the age of sail and he has recently turned his attention to the Second World War, with Sea of Wolves set during the Battle of the Atlantic and a sequel called The Wolves in Winter.

Venue

Colston Hall

The Memorial Centre, 8 East Common,
Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire SL9 7AD United Kingdom
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Speaker

Philip K Allen
Philip K Allen author

GXSA Host

Bernie Smallman

Price

£5 Visitors, (Members Free)

Links

Philip K Allen’s Website

Books

Books on Amazon

Books on Waterstones

Philip’s books are widely available from other retailers

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