News tagged with: history-blog
The Royal Citadel: The Grey Guardian of Plymouth
History student, Archie Peters, talks about the history of the Royal Citadel
Stonehouse Creek: Gone but certainly not forgotten
MA History student, Vivien Dean, gives us a history of Stonehouse Creek
Berry Head, Torbay and the Napoleonic Wars: a base for battle
History student Thomas Cooper tells us about Torbay's defences during the Napoleonic Wars
The struggle with gout: the letters of Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick in Cornwall
University of Plymouth BA (Hons) History blog. The struggle with gout: the letters of Francis Ggregor of Trewarthenick in Cornwall.
Research in the time of Covid – Devon connections
University of Plymouth, BA (hons) History blog. Research in the time of Covid – some Devon connections
Naval figureheads – a short history
BA (Hons) History blog: naval figureheads – a short history by Dr Elaine Murphy
Sea Power Theory and the First World War
BA (Hons) History blog: Sea Power Theory and the First World War by Dr Louis Halewood
Signal for victory: the development of naval communication technology in Plymouth command
BA (Hons) History blog, Signal for Victory: The Development of Naval Communication Technology in Plymouth Command by James Bartle
Escapists, cocovores and the search for utopia
BA (Hons) History blog: escapists, cocovores and the search for utopia by Dr Sandra Barkhof
Elizabeth I’s near fatal illness of 1562
Elizabeth I’s near fatal illness of 1562. BA (Hons) History blog by Dr Rebecca Emmett
Soap and the Victorians 'Cleanliness is next to Godliness'
'Cleanliness is next to Godliness' Soap and the Victorians. BA (Hons) History blog by Dr James Gregory.
History research blog
University of Plymouth history research blog: In our latest research bulletin Dr James Gregory, Associate Professor of Modern British History, tells us about Queen Victoria and the Hangman.