Hi! I'm interested in the social history of the Royal Navy of the late 19th and early 20th century. So I'm looking for any academic books or articles concerned with themes of its self image (identity), i.e. (off the top of my head) the topics of honour, manhood, heroism, nobility, democracy, order, purpose, marriage, fine arts, its view of society, its relation to the crown, sexuality, drugs (alcohol) etc. And second it's idea of a future naval war, i.e. the strategy and tactics employed, the fears and hopes, the technology and its justification. As of now I'm pretty disappointed with what I've found. There seems no academic work devoted to the mindset of the Royal Navy of the pre-war period except "The Royal Navy - An illustrated Social History" by Captain John Wells (Far Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire u.a. : Sutton, 1994), which I found interesting but just a start for profound analysis. So can anyone please point me to some literature? Any help is much appreciated!