Trafalgar The Nelson Touch

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The Battle of Trafalgar put an end for ever to Napoleons hope of invading England, and established a British supremacy at sea which lasted until the age of air power. Englands answer to the invasion threat had been to blockade Napoleons fleets in the ports of Europe, and in the autumn of 1805 the key had been the harbour of Cadiz. Within lay the French and Spanish; offshore the English
The Battle of Trafalgar put an end for ever to Napoleons hope of invading England, and established a British supremacy at sea which lasted until the age of air power. Englands answer to the invasion threat had been to blockade Napoleons fleets in the ports of Europe, and in the autumn of 1805 the key had been the harbour of Cadiz. Within lay the French and Spanish; offshore the English
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Author David Howarth
Published 1969
Book Condition Ex Library Naval Collection , library plate and stamp, generally excellent condition
Dimensions (cm) 15x24
Pages 254
Weight (g) 730.0000
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