By Gregory Fremont-Barnes
Past due within the morning on October 21, 1805, warships from the British and mixed French and Spanish fleets clashed off Cape Trafalgar at the Spanish coast. After a six month video game of cat and mouse around the Atlantic, 27 British ships of the road engaged the Allied strength of 33 ships of the road. This was once a duel of ability, tenacity and bravado as captains and crews battled for mastery of the seas. This publication is a chance to relive the motion at Trafalgar - learn the bills of sailors who have been there, and who skilled the sound of scraping cutlasses and bombarding cannons at the most vital naval engagements of historical past. know the way the weapons have been operated, know about the learning of crews and learn the layout and improvement of the wonderful ships which ruled naval conflict of the interval, as Gregory Fremont-Barnes finds the progressive strategies utilized by Nelson to safe a victory that kept Britain from the specter of invasion and ensured British naval dominance for over a century.