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Nelson's Ships - A History of the Vessels in Which He Served 1771-1805

Year: 2002
Language: english
Author: Goodwin P.
Genre: History
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 0811710076
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 336
Description: This exciting new volume presents every ship in which Nelson served, in full detail, for the first time. Following a comprehensive background of each vessel, including the actions in which it participated, each ship's construction details and costs will be explored alongside any modifications that were made. The incidents that occurred while Nelson was on board each ship reveal an abridged version of his career and offer both the enthusiast and general reader an insight into the man himself. Fully researched and developed by one of the most well-known and respected Nelson historians, and heavily illustrated in part by Geoff Hunt, jacket artist for the popular Patrick O'Brien series, this will be an invaluable work for both the academic and enthusiast alike.
Additional info: About the Author
Peter Goodwin, curator of HMS Victory, is a renowned maritime historian and prolific author. His previous works include The Sailing Man of War and The Naval Cutter Alert.



Rating: 4.8 / 5 (Votes: 12)

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