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The Years of Endurance: 1793-1802

By Arthur Bryant

Britain’s first global war…as told by Britain’s first great popular historian.

The Years of Endurance: 1793-1802 is one of the master-works of British narrative history. In his own peerless style, Bryant tells the compelling story of the conflict with revolutionary France, which began in 1793 and was to culminate with the battle of Waterloo. Thought of by many as the first world war, fought over four continents and two oceans, this war shaped the world for the next century.

For 22 years, Britain was at war with France. The early years were harsh ones for Britain, with the collapse of her allies, the Irish in rebellion, her fleets in mutiny and her finances in ruin. Yet Bryant shows how strong leadership helped turn Britain’s fortunes around — and how the nation rallied to defeat the French. The Years of Endurance is the story of how the foundations of Britain’s future victory were established.

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