Nelson - The Immortal Memory

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All agree there is but one Nelson. He was the most brilliant and most honoured naval leader Britain has ever known, a great seaman and a great tactician; but more even than this, he possessed such an extraordinary ability to inspire respect and devotion that, when he died at Trafalgar, his fleet forgot its triumph in an astonishing spontaneous outburst of personal grief. David Howarth and Stephen Howarth, two of the countrys leading naval historians, create here an immensely human portrait of the man
All agree there is but one Nelson. He was the most brilliant and most honoured naval leader Britain has ever known, a great seaman and a great tactician; but more even than this, he possessed such an extraordinary ability to inspire respect and devotion that, when he died at Trafalgar, his fleet forgot its triumph in an astonishing spontaneous outburst of personal grief. David Howarth and Stephen Howarth, two of the countrys leading naval historians, create here an immensely human portrait of the man
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Author David Howarth
Published 1988
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 17x25
Pages 390
Weight (g) 880.0000
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