NELSON'S REFUGE: Gibraltar in the Age of Napoleon
Examines Gibraltar's growth during the two-decade struggle with Napoleonic France, and describes how Gibraltar served as the base of secret negotiations that brought Spain to the British side during the Peninsular War and further served as the most forward operations base for the British in that war.
Publisher: Naval Institute
Item #: 3695174
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