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e-Book Deeds that Won the Empire (Historic Battle Scenes) (Historic Battle Scenes Series) epub download

Author: W. H. Fitchett
ISBN: 1428053107
Pages: 208 pages
Publisher: IndyPublish (January 5, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Dramas & Plays
Size ePUB: 1293 kb
Size Fb2: 1734 kb
Size DJVU: 1300 kb
Rating: 4.6
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e-Book Deeds that Won the Empire (Historic Battle Scenes) (Historic Battle Scenes Series) epub download

by W. H. Fitchett



Deeds that won the empire : historic battle scenes. by. Fitchett, William Henry, 1845-1928.

Deeds that won the empire : historic battle scenes.

Includes 15 portraits and 11 maps IT is with great pleasure that we welcome this admirable little book, and its short, clear sketches of some of the great deeds which made the Empire.

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A fundamental lack of understanding is reflected in the Battle of Trafalger where their is repeated reference to "stern" instead of "stem" as the bow of the . One person found this helpful.

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Series: by, Narrated by. .The history of the Empire of which we are subjects-the story of the struggles and sufferings by which it has been built up-is the best legacy which the past has bequeathed to us. But it is a treasure strangely neglected. The State makes primary education its anxious care, yet it does not make its own history a vital part of that education. There is real danger that for the average youth the great names of British story may become meaningless sounds, that his imagination will take no colour from the rich and deep tints of history. More by William Henry Fitchett.

The tales here told are written, not to glorify war, but to nourish patriotism. They represent an effort to renew in popular memory the great traditions of the Imperial race to which we belong

The tales here told are written, not to glorify war, but to nourish patriotism. They represent an effort to renew in popular memory the great traditions of the Imperial race to which we belong. The tales here told are written, not to glorify war, but to nourish patriotism.

Historic battle scenes. The battle off cape st. vincent. The siege of badajos. The battle of the nile. The battle of albuera. The siege of ciudad rodrigo. The combat of roncesvalles. The battle of st. pierre. The battle of the baltic. The battle of waterloo. The attack of trafalgar. The heights of abraham. Illustration: Siege of Quebec, 1759.

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This was somewhat trite, with a brief summary of major battles that have already been published in depth. A fundamental lack of understanding is reflected in the Battle of Trafalger where their is repeated reference to "stern" instead of "stem" as the bow of the H.M.S. Victory.
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Books like this are good for geneology support and information. The more we know about how our ancestors lived, the more we know about why we are who we are.