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"An Engagement Between the Spanish and the Dutch, circa 1630" by Cornelisz Verbeecq (1630s) at the National Maritime Museum, London

An Engagement Between the Spanish and the Dutch, circa 1630 - National Maritime Museum

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Danish floating battery and ship of the line under fire at the Battle of Copenhagen on April 1801 in the Napoleonic Wars

The British Fleet off Kronborg Castle, Elsinore, 28 March 1801 [before the Battle of Copenhagen] - National Maritime Museum Pocock, Nicholas 1810

The British Fleet off Kronborg Castle, Elsinore, 28 March 1801 [before the Battle of Copenhagen] - National Maritime Museum Pocock, Nicholas 1810

Ludolf Bakhuizen - The Battle of the Texel was fought between the Dutch and an Anglo-French fleet near Texel Island, off the Dutch coast.

The 'Gouden Leeuw' at the Battle of the Texel, 21 August 1673 - National Maritime Museum

23 September 1779 - John Paul Jones, aboard the Bonhomme Richard, captures British man-of-war Serapis near English coast

Bonhomme Richard and HMS Serapis. A painting by St Ives Artist Donald MacLeod Maritime Art

Willem van de Velde the Younger (1633–1707)   The Battle of the Texel, 11 August 1673

Ship Battle canon water coastal Willem van de Velde the Younger The Battle of the Texel, 11 August 1673

Dutch warships and Danish sailors during the Scanian War

Danish Painting at National History Museum at Frederiksborg Palace Denmark

The Battle Of Trafalgar Painting - The Battle Of Trafalgar Fine Art Print

Alifye A to Z Encyclopedia Entertainment History Articles & News Presents the information of Battles in World about Battle of Trafalgar

'Action between HMS ''Shannon'' and USS ''Chesapeake'', 1 June 1813'. The painting has been signed by the artist, although the signature is indistinguishable. The painting is dated '1813'.

Poem Grandfather's Rhyme - a brief historical narrative poem on Captain James Lawrence and his famous call, “Don’t give up the ship!” The phrase became a rallying cry during the War of 1812

Over a period of 34 years, between 1778 and 1812, HMS Victory took part in five naval battles. Trafalgar is not only the most famous of these but also the last. Commissioned for service in the American War of Independence, Victory fought in the First and Second Battles of Ushant and the Battle of Cape Spartel, whilst during the French revolutionary War she was Admiral Jervis’ flagship at the Battle of Cape St Vincent.

Over a period of 34 years, between 1778 and HMS Victory took part in five…

'Pursuit of the French Squadron after the Surrender of La Hoche 84 and Coquille 44, with The Action of the Ethalion and Bellone and the Anson, bearing down upon the Van Ships of the Enemy, (Oct. 12th 1778)' by Nicholas Pocock National Museums Northern Ireland Date painted: 1799

'Pursuit of the French Squadron after the Surrender of La Hoche 84 and Coquille with The Action of the Ethalion and Bellone and the Anson, bearing down upon the Van Ships of the Enemy, (Oct.

HMS _Victory_ engaging the French battleship Redoubtable at Trafalgar, 1805.

HMS Victory_ engaging the French battleship Redoubtable at Trafalgar,

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