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Trafalgar And The Spanish Navy

Author : John D. Harbron
ISBN : 0851779638
Genre : Spain
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Contrary to public opinion, the defeat of the Armada was not the end of the Spanish Navy as a major maritime power. Indeed, it underwent a massive renaissance in the eighteenth century, and at the start of the Napoleonic Wars was the third largest navy in the world. Its ships were well-designed and superbly built, and were commanded by brave and dedicated professionals who were nowhere near as ineffective in combat as often represented. This fascinating book, now updated in this new edition, provides a detailed reassessment of the aims and achievements of the Spanish navy. Examining the development of the naval infrastructure and the main maritime events, John Harbron looks in detail at Spanish warship design and construction and the much-maligned officer corps, concluding with sections on the battle of Trafalgar and its significance to Spain. Illustrated throughout with contemporary plans, paintings and ship models, this is an important and stimulating contribution to the study of European sea power and Spanish history.

The Ships Of Trafalgar

Author : Peter Goodwin
ISBN : 1844860159
Genre : France
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The Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805, remains one of the defining moments in naval history. The decisive nature of the engagement, the death of Nelson and the outpouring of national grief in the aftermath have inspired a wealth of literature on the battle and many narratives have retold this famous action. However, until now no work has attempted to provide an in-depth history of each of the British, French and Spanish vessels that were at the engagement. Dividing the fleets into the relevant classes by their rating, this keystone work then proceeds to provide a service history of each individual vessel, including specifications tables, list of commanders, casualty lists and refit histories. Each class of vessel is illustrated by original plans drawn specially by the author alongside contemporary and modern images of the ships. Vital contextual information is included, on design and construction, styles, relative merits between the British and Combined fleets, trends and developments in armament and fighting techniques, and a comparison of the pound-for-pound effectiveness of the rival fleets. This book is a complete, standard-setting guide to the essence of the greatest naval battle, the ships at Trafalgar.

Trafalgar 200 Through The Lens Queen Elizabeth Ii 80th Birthday Edition

Author : DP Kilfeather
ISBN : 9780955300400
Genre : Trafalgar 200 (Anniversary celebration)
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DP Kilfeather documents Admiral Lord Nelson’s Battle of Trafalgar 200 year celebrations. 400 stunning, unique and sometimes controversial photographs of participating Royalty, Admirals, sailors, people, ships, tall-ships, warships and submarines of the world.

Nelson S Trafalgar

Author : Roy Adkins
ISBN : 9781440627293
Genre : History
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An explosive chronicle of history's greatest sea battle In the tradition of Antony Beevor's Stalingrad, Nelson's Trafalgar presents the definitive blow-by-blow account of the world's most famous naval battle, when the British Royal Navy under Lord Horatio Nelson dealt a decisive blow to the forces of Napoleon. The Battle of Trafalgar comes boldly to life in this definitive work that re-creates those five momentous, earsplitting hours with unrivaled detail and intensity.

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A Selection From The Letters And Despatches Of The First Napoleon

Author : Napoleon Bonaparte
ISBN : 9781108023412
Genre : History
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Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) is best remembered for establishing the First French Empire, declaring himself Emperor of the French in 1804. His military campaigns across Europe sparked the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815) and profoundly shaped European political and economic activities during the early nineteenth century. These volumes, edited by military officer and historian Denis Arthur Bingham and first published in 1884, contain translations of a selection of Bonaparte's letters. Bonaparte was a prolific letter writer, and the translations in these volumes describe a variety of domestic and international situations, including his early military career, his reports on the invasion of Egypt, and his criticism of his relatives who he had installed on the thrones of various conquered countries. Arranged by year with concise explanatory notes, these volumes provide a valuable and fascinating resource for the study of Bonaparte's career and character. Volume 2 covers the years 1803-1809.

Nelson S Trafalgar

Author : Roy Adkins
ISBN : 9781440627293
Genre : History
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An explosive chronicle of history's greatest sea battle In the tradition of Antony Beevor's Stalingrad, Nelson's Trafalgar presents the definitive blow-by-blow account of the world's most famous naval battle, when the British Royal Navy under Lord Horatio Nelson dealt a decisive blow to the forces of Napoleon. The Battle of Trafalgar comes boldly to life in this definitive work that re-creates those five momentous, earsplitting hours with unrivaled detail and intensity.

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