BRITISH CAMPAIGNS IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC 1805-1807
A detailed survey of the British campaigns in the South Atlantic, with successes and blunders that led to two commanders being court-martialed. The author highlights the strong Scottish connection, and reveals the long-term consequences for Scottish history, British control of South Africa, and the development of Apartheid.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2783495
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