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carojon25 Nov 2020 1:35 a.m. PST

The Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 marked a significant move in British assertion of its naval dominance following the victories at Cape St Vincent, Camperdown and Aboukir Bay and its determination to control mercantile commerce with its enemies.

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Professor Ole Feldbaek's book, first published in Danish in 1985 and then in English in 2001 for the bicentenary commemoration of the battle, is a fascinating read, documenting the events around the naval battle outside the Danish capital from a Danish perspective, using British, Danish, Swedish, Russian French and Prussian sources.

I have put together my thoughts about this book and if you would like to know more then just follow the link to JJ's.

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