Trafalgar and the Spanish Navy

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Naval Institute Press, 1988 - History - 178 pages
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Harbron attempts to disprove many beliefs about the ineptness of the commanders and the poor quality of equipment attributed to the Spanish at Trafalgar. While the author describes the history of Spanish ship building and design, the case that would prove the ships were well led is not made.

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