Fear God and Dread Nought; The Correspondence of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher of Kilverstone, Volume I (The Making of an Admiral, 1854-1904)

By: Marder, Arthur J. (Ed.)

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Maroon cloth on boards. First free endpaper missing. Gift notes on copyright page. Captain John Fisher coined the motto, "Fear God and Dread Naught !" for HMS Dreadnought, the first battleship to carry all heavy cannon, in 1906. It was at least the eighth ship to have been so named. Fisher is credited by some for re-organizing the British Navy, which only increased his wide popularity. 377 pp. plus attached news clipping.

Title: Fear God and Dread Nought; The Correspondence of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Fisher of Kilverstone, Volume I (The Making of an Admiral, 1854-1904)

Author Name: Marder, Arthur J. (Ed.)

Illustrator: Photos

Categories: Biography,

Edition: First - First Published 1952

Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape: 1952

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good Plus to Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 009533

Keywords: NOISBN Biography. British. Navy.