Nineteenth-century Torpedoes and Their Inventors

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Naval Institute Press, 2004 - History - 248 pages
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A British writer of fiction and nonfiction on naval themes, Gray traces the development of torpedoes from Robert Fulton's pioneering work in the early 1800s to 1900 when, he says, the weapons become too complex for an account that explicitly avoids technicalities inaccessible to general readers. Ann

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Gray was born in London and educated at the Cooper's Company School, the royal Grammar School, High Wycombe and London University. His writing career began with short stories and articles, often with naval themes, for leading British, American and Australian magazines. He has earned a worldwide reputation as a naval historian. He currently works as a naval consultant for both the British and American media.

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