The Battle Of Trafalgar – Geoffrey Bennett

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Captain Bennett was, for many years, a serving officer in the Royal Navy as well as being one of the most highly regarded naval historians of his time. He sets the battle in the context of the world-wide struggle against Napoleon, describes the Ships, their Crews and the ‘Fighting Sail’ and Tactics of the action. In his scholarly but immensely readable account of the battle he discusses the preparatory manoeuvres and the mechanics of naval warfare, as well as the specific action of the Battle of Trafalgar, in the age of sail.

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Captain Bennett was, for many years, a serving officer in the Royal Navy as well as being one of the most highly regarded naval historians of his time. He sets the battle in the context of the world-wide struggle against Napoleon, describes the Ships, their Crews and the ‘Fighting Sail’ and Tactics of the action. In his scholarly but immensely readable account of the battle he discusses the preparatory manoeuvres and the mechanics of naval warfare, as well as the specific action of the Battle of Trafalgar, in the age of sail.

author=Geoffrey Bennett
pages=256
Published=1977
Book Condtion=Ex public library book.library plate and stamp.generally excellent condition

Weight 620 g

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