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The Battle Of Trafalgar
The Battle Of Trafalgar


 
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Item #:  D7028
Our Price: $19.99
Region: 1 (US & Canada Only)
Running Time: 55 minutes
Color: Color
UPC: 032031702899
ISBN: 0-7697-8312-0


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"We shall have a pell-mell battle...and that is all I want."
  - Admiral Nelson, Before Trafalgar

THE BATTLE
”England expects every man will do his duty.” Nelson’s celebrated signal opened the Battle of Trafalgar, the most famous engagement of the age of sail. Tragically, he would not live to enjoy his crowning glory. Cut down by a French sniper at the very moment of triumph, his greatest victory was also destined to be his memorial, for his fleet ended forever the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s dream of an invasion of England.

THE PROGRAM
The Battle of Trafalgar draws extensively on two of the most accurate reconstructions of the age of sail ever filmed. Also featuring dramatized “eye-witness” accounts shot aboard Nelson’s famous flagship, the program includes special 3D graphic images and superb contemporary images to tell the story of a momentous day in naval history.

Titles in The Campaigns of Napoleon series Volume 2 include:
D7028 The Battle of Trafalgar
D7029 1812 The Battle of Borodino
D7030 The Napoleonic Wars

 

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Narrated by Robert Powell. Featuring commentary and analysis by Dr. David Chandler, the world’s foremost Napoleonic authority and author of "The Campaigns of Napoleon."


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