The transformation of British naval strategy : seapower and supply in Northern Europe, 1808-1812 /
After the Battle of Trafalgar, the navy continued to be the major arm of British strategy. Decades of practice and refinement had rendered it adept at executing operations - fighting battles, blockading and convoying - across the globe. And yet, as late as 1807, fleets were forced from their station...
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|Imprint:||Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY : Boydell Press, 2012.|
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