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Sam Willis

British historian, archaeologist, and broadcaster

1977   -  

country of citizenship: United Kingdom
educated at: University of Exeter, University of Bristol
occupation: military historian, podcaster
award received: Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries

Samuel Bruce Adlam Willis (born 24 April 1977) is a British historian, television presenter and writer. He studied History and Archaeology at the University of Exeter, graduating in 2000. Willis went on to earn a PhD in Naval History from the same university, studying under Professor Nicholas Rodger. He also went on to research for an MA in Maritime Archaeology from the University of Bristol where he studied under Professor Mark Horton. He is a visiting Fellow in Maritime and Naval History at the University of Plymouth, and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. He is the editor of Navy Records Online, the online-publishing branch of the Navy Records Society.
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Fleet Performance and Capability in the Eighteenth-Century Royal Navy ( 2004 )

scientific article published in October 2004

author: Sam Willis

The Battle of Lagos, 1759 ( 2009 )

scientific article published in 2009

author: Sam Willis

The High Life: Topmen in the Eighteenth-Century Navy ( 2004 )

wetenschappelijk artikel

author: Sam Willis

The Capability of Sailing Warships Part 1: Windward Performance ( 2003 )

article published in 2003

author: Sam Willis

The Capability of Sailing Warships: Manoeuvrability ( 2004 )

article published in 2004

author: Sam Willis

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