Trafalgar - John Terraine

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An illustrated book describing the most famous battles of all time, which shattered Napoleons dreams of invading England. Amplifying the accounts of the battle is a lengthy selection of contemporary eye-witness accounts. It is not just the story of the morning and afternoon in which Nelson and Collingwood smashed the combined fleets of France and Spain, but also that of a complex campaign of which Trafalgar was the climax. It shows that the protagonists were not Admirals Villeneuve and Nelson, but Napoleon and the British naval tradition.
An illustrated book describing the most famous battles of all time, which shattered Napoleons dreams of invading England. Amplifying the accounts of the battle is a lengthy selection of contemporary eye-witness accounts. It is not just the story of the morning and afternoon in which Nelson and Collingwood smashed the combined fleets of France and Spain, but also that of a complex campaign of which Trafalgar was the climax. It shows that the protagonists were not Admirals Villeneuve and Nelson, but Napoleon and the British naval tradition.
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Author John Terraine
Published 1976
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 20x26
Pages 166
Weight (g) 1000.0000
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