As I posted about three months ago, I attended a conference held by the New York Military Affairs Symposium, commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812. There, I presented a paper on British Strategy toward the northeast of the United States, also putting it into the context of the larger war against Napoleon.
Since then, there has been a fair amount of interest among history people to see it published on the web. Today, that came to fruition, and for it I have to thank NYMAS webmaster Bob Rowen for his work. Now, please feel free to read "Defense, Reaction and Passivity: British Strategy Toward New York and New England" by clicking here.
Please feel free to respond to let me know what you think.