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The Campaign of Trafalgar

With the hindsight of a century, Julian S Corbett argues that the 1805 Trafalgar campaign was ‘the crowning chapter in the history of naval warfare’. The battle reinvigorated the British navy and gave them confidence in their superiority, yet Napoleon became ‘dictator’ of Europe in spite of the destruction of his own naval power. Above all, the discipline and daring of the campaign is evident in a masterful history of a conflict that is a key moment in European history,

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