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New Hard cover. Shipping and handling. The seller has not specified a shipping method to Germany. Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request shipping to your location. Shipping cost cannot be calculated. Please enter a valid ZIP Code. Shipping to: United States. No additional import charges at delivery! I now have the full set. Rob, Could you consult if there are enough images of Russian ships? Amazing as always.
How did the Russian fleets compare to the British in this period? At the moment I am trying to balance my life between my immediate families needs, here on Sails, The Drome, and my 90 year old Aunt with onset dementia, who is starting to consume a disproportionate amount of my time, until we can get all the support she needs in place.
Give me a day or so,I won't forget. Ok Rob, do not worry. First of all the family. Originally Posted by Hjl.
Looks as if we have the rep tie problem sorted out then shipmates. It should now be easier to spread the love around a bit more freely. What a lovely looking fleet of ships, what avpity Ares have not got round to some Russians yet, but for now superb work.
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Originally Posted by Capn Duff. Not very well. On the other hand none did. The Russians had two fleets, one in the Baltic and one in the Black sea. The one in the Baltic was comparable with the Swedish fleet and the other with the Turkish fleet, even though I would say the russians came out on top in both these cases.
That makes me wonder what books are available in English about the Northern aspect of the Napoleonic wars? I do not know any books in English. This battle is explained in a book I have in Spanish. And later I searched for wikipedia to contrast. Published in An excellent reference. Got me the real SP again Dave.