The Trafalgar Chronicle, New Series 4, Dedicated To Naval History In The Nelson Era

This is a valuable new source of research for the historian, enthusiast and all wishing to extend their knowledge of the subject. The chronicle provides information on the ships and important individuals centred on Trafalgar but covering a wider period and with contributions from a wide range of sources including the former US Navy Secretary John Lehman. – Very Highly Recommended.

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NAME: The Trafalgar Chronicle, New Series 4, Dedicated To Naval History In The 
Nelson Era
FILE: R3105
AUTHOR: Edited by Peter Hore
PUBLISHER: Seaforth Publishing
BINDING: soft back
PRICE: £20.00                                                               
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: Napoleonic Wars, Royal Navy, Nelson, Trafalgar, Georgian Navy, 
Nelson's Navy,notable personalities source material research source, Battle of 
Trafalgar, 1805, French Navy, Spanish Navy

ISBN: 978-1-5267-5950-4

PAGES: 239
IMAGE: B3105.jpg
BUYNOW: tinyurl.com/t9nyxmq
DESCRIPTION: This is a valuable new source of research for the historian, 
enthusiast and all wishing to extend their knowledge of the subject. The chronicle 
provides information on the ships and important individuals centred on 
Trafalgar but covering a wider period and with contributions from a wide range 
of sources including the former US Navy Secretary John Lehman. – Very Highly 
Recommended.

There is so much published material covering virtually every aspect of the war at sea 
during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars that it can be very difficult to know 
where to start in building a library and what to then add as it expands. This new book 
is a must for every professional, historian and enthusiast and a very useful early book 
for the aspiring novice.

The book comprises a unique collection of contributions from an impressive list of 
contributors including people who knew and/or served with Nelson. The fascinating
 collection of thoughts and observations is supported by images through the body of 
text, some in full colour.