Maritime supremacy being essential for the general protection of the British Empire and its commerce, to what extent, if any, should our naval force be supplemented by fixed defences at home and abroad, and to whom should they be confided?

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Journal of the Royal United Service Institution
Vol. 36 ( 1892), p. 391-415

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Naval Prize Essay