By Christopher Lloyd
Naval histories frequently cease brief on the loss of life of Nelson. This booklet succinctly fills the space by means of masking the golden age of British sea energy – the interval which observed the defeat of Napoleon, the yankee conflict, the growth of the empire, the creation of the steamship and the defeat of the 1st German threat. not just a galaxy of heroic episodes, this publication additionally highlights the connection among the military in struggle and peace to the kingdom as an entire.
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A Short History of the Royal Navy: 1805-1918: Volume 21 (Routledge Library Editions: Military and Naval History) by Christopher Lloyd