Found in: Maritime History Books
Naval: Wooden Walls
Published: 16 July 2009
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The battle was an event of such overwhelming complexity that for centuries it defied description and deterred study but this superbly researched book is now recognised as the definitive account. Published in a limited edition in 1996, it provides the first clear exposition of the opposing forces, fills many holes in the narrative and answers most of the questions raised by the actions of the English commanders.
It makes for a thoroughly engrossing story, and one worthy of the greatest battle of the age of sail.
David Clement- South West Maritime History Society
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