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Book Club Associates, London. 1976. Between 1793 and 1805 a series of battles against the New French Republic gained for Britain what later historians were to call 'The Empire of the Seas'. Nelson dominated the period, truly a legend in his own time, but relied on British seamen's heroism and stamina for his success. Although putting down minor insurrection by discordant sailors the Royal Navy - under Nelson - saw victories at Camperdown, Nile, Copenhagen and Trafalgar. The author sheds new light on these actions in this enthralling book. Illustrated dust jacket over blue cloth covered end boards. Good clean tight condition. 200pp. 253 x 170 mm