French Warship Crews 1789-1805
French Warship Crews 1789 1805 From the French Revolution to Trafalgar (Warrior 97)
Author: Terry Crowdy Illustrator: Steve Noon
Paperback; May 8 2005; 64 pages
This book gives a detailed and authentic account of the life and experiences of French warship crews from the Revolution up to Trafalgar. It describes the recruitment and composition of crews, the different duties performed and the living conditions they had to endure at sea. Their experiences of fighting the British are covered in depth; from preparing the ship for action, to the violent discharges of heavy calibre guns, the often gruesome realities of sea warfare are revealed through pictures and contemporary testimonies.
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