The Warship Anne: An illustrated historyDe (autor) Richard Endsor
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 23 Feb 2017
Beautifully written and illustrated with detailed plans and reconstructions of the ship as she would have been when afloat.
Richard Endsor is an engineer by profession, but has devoted considerable time to researching seventeenth-century ships, the Lenox project (the subject of his previous work, The Restoration Warship) taking twelve years to complete. Richard is a trustee of the Nautical Museum Trust and is a member of the Society for Nautical Research. He has had numerous articles published in Mariner's Mirror and is also an accomplished artist, having exhibited at the RSMA exhibition. He also lectures widely on maritime topics.
1 The end of the Dutch Wars and the need for new ships: Pepys and Parliament the Act for 30 ships passed.2 Admiralty Commission and planning: Phineas Pett and building Anne, Popish Plot3 New commission and ships' rot: Anne repaired and made ready for German Princess and Mediterranean.4 The Anne's Voyage to Mediterranean.5 Glorious Revolution: 1690 Battle of Beachy Head6 The Anne's guns, their recovery. Gun at Winchelsea.7 The Anne today, environment, future plans. Historic England