On the centenary of the First World War, this conference seeks to promote an international and interdisciplinary dialogue among naval and maritime historians. Drawing upon the latest scholarship from a variety of disciplines, the conference aims to highlight a wide range of topics such as naval and maritime communications, logistics, international relations, regional studies, economic aspects, the role of ports and internal transport, the weather, morale and grand strategy. Additional First and Second World War themes pertaining to naval and maritime history are equally encouraged: naval warfare, maritime strategies, amphibious operations, air power, operational history, intelligence, command, convoy operations, shipbuilding, interwar history, weapons technology, neutral states, civilians. This event will be held in the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London on 11-12 April 2014.
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