by Alan Buck
1805 and England, alone and facing the armed night of Imperial France, is threatened with invasion annihilation. For it is known Napoleon will show no mercy.
But William Pitt the Younger, again the King's First Minister, though already a dying man, is determined the country shall cringe no longer before the ruthless Corsican. Henceforth, he will carry the fight to the enemy by the only means possible for a maritime nation by sea.
So begins the fascinating seven month campaign, masterminded by a man in his eightieth year, and ranging over half the world to its climax - the greatest and most decisive naval battle of all time... TRAFALGAR.
- PJ Buck, November 2012
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