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Images Dated 7th March 2007

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The San Nicolas and San Josef, carried by boarding, Battle of Cape St Vincent, 1797.Artist: R Golding Featured 7 Mar 2007 Print

The San Nicolas and San Josef, carried by boarding, Battle of Cape St Vincent, 1797.Artist: R Golding

The San Nicolas and San Josef, carried by boarding, Battle of Cape St Vincent, 1797. At the Battle of Cape St Vincent, the British fleet under Admiral Sir John Jervis defeated the numerically superior Spanish. Commanding HMS Captain, Nelson distinguished himself in the battle, personally leading boarding parties that captured two Spanish ships, the San Josef and the San Nicolas'. After a painting by Richard Westall

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Rear Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799.Artist: Lemuel Francis Abbott Featured 7 Mar 2007 Print

Rear Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799.Artist: Lemuel Francis Abbott

Rear Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson, 1798-1799. Probably the most famous portrait of Nelson, painted after his victory at the Battle of the Nile, from an earlier sketch. One of Britain's greatest military figures, Admiral Nelson (1758-1805) was the victor at a number of naval battles in the Napoleonic Wars, including the Battle of the Nile (1798), Copenhagen (1801) and most famously, Trafalgar (1805) where he was fatally wounded

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Frederick V, King of Bohemia from 1619-1620 Featured 7 Mar 2007 Print

Frederick V, King of Bohemia from 1619-1620

Frederick V, King of Bohemia from 1619-1620. Frederick, Elector Palatine (1610-1623) was offered the crown of Bohemia when the kingdom's Protestant Diet deposed the Catholic King Ferdinand II, the Holy Roman Emperor. Frederick accepted, and was crowned in Prague in November 1619. Unfortunately for Frederick, he did not receive the support he expected from King James I of England and the Protestant League, an alliance of German states, and he was defeated and overthrown at the Battle of White Mountain in 1620. The brevity of his reign earned him the derisive title of the Winter King

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