After the setbacks of the American Revolutionary War, the Royal Navy had been renewed and revitalised, so in 1793 a well prepared fleet embarked on the new conflict with France and was rewarded with a series of almost uninterrupted victories....
|Title||:||Fleet Battle and Blockade: The French Revolutionary War 1793-1797|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
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Fleet Battle and Blockade: The French Revolutionary War 1793-1797 Reviews
Essential reading for an understanding of how the British Navy kept its fleets at sea and blockaded its enemies. Based mainly on the vast resources of the National Maritime Museum.
the first of a series of books starting in 1793 and ending in 1815 with England as the ruler of the high seas.Each book deals with a specific period ,with chapters on incidents within that period.There are also chapters on different types of ships and their function.With extensive access to archives from the national maritime museum there are countless contempory drawings by artists and seamen who actually served on the ships depicted.