In 1688 Britain was successfully invaded, its army and navy unable to prevent the overthrow of the government. By 1815 she was the strongest power in the world, with the most successful navy and the largest empire. This fascinating study assesses the military aspects of this shift, concentrating on the multifaceted nature of the British military effort.
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