The Line upon a Wind. The intimate history of the last and greatest war fought at sea under sail 1793-1815

By: Mostert, Noel:

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Jonathan Cape London 2007. Hard cover dust wrapper 773pp. A little wear on edges and spine a little slack from weight else gery good-very good+. Chronicle of the first true world war: In February 1793 France declared war on Britain and HOlland and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars that raged for the next 22 years saw European powers manoeuvring for mercantile and political advantage in a complex and ever-changing web of alliances and coalitions. This was to be the longest, hardest and cruellest war ever fought at sea. This tells of the daily lives of sailors on board the fighting ships, the bloddy ferocity of engagement, the struggles of ships' surgeons to repair broken bodies and the daily efforts to keep men fed, watered and free of disease.

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