What are the ships called at the battle of Trafalgar?
Wooden sailing ships.
No British Ships were lost in the Battle of Trafalgar while 21 Franco-Spanish Ships were captured and one destroyed. The Battle of Trafalgar was quite possibly the single most decisive Naval Victory in the history of Maritime Warfare.
Nelson's fleet lost no ship at the battle of Trafalgar.
33 wooden ships.
Trafalgar Square didn't exist before the battle. It was built to commemorate Nelson's victory.
Trafalgar was a naval battle during theNapoleonicera along the strait of the same name. The Spanish built the largest ship with 65 guns on it. It was a combined force of Spanish and french ships versus the English ships under admiral Nelson. Nelson was killed but he won the battle.
Battle of Trafalgar fought by wooden ships in 1805; Battle of Tsushima fought by steel battleships in 1905.
Only one vessel was sunk. The rest were captured. In those days, sailors were paid by the ships captured (called prizes) and then sold at auction. Sinking them in battle was lost monies. When ships became steel instead of wood, they no longer could be captured and sold at auction for prize money; with the exception of the Battle of Tsushima in 1905; that was the last time in history in which a battleship FLEET… Read More
Order of battle at the Battle of Trafalgar happened in 1805.
The column for Lord Admiral Nelson was erected there in commemoration of his famous victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Battle of Trafalgar On 21 October 1805.
Battle of Trafalgar happened on 1805-10-21.
The engagement took place of Cape Trafalgar (or in Spanish, Cabo Trafalgar) a headland in the province of Cadiz. The battle took place on October 21, 1805. This battle woul d have massive affects on France & the future of the British empire. British Admiral Nelson was the victor.
Wooden sailing ships of Great Britain engaged, defeated, and captured the wooden sailing ships of France and Spain off the southwest coast of Spain in 1805.
Nelson's ship at the Battle of Trafalgar was the Victory. It was the HMS Bristol.
Because he got stuck and strugled to get through admiral Nelson's crew of Ships. And soon he lost most of his ships and then he set off back home to France.
There was no French Army destroyed at Trafalgar, it was a naval battle.
No, the battle of Trafalgar was in 1805, 200 years after the last Tudor monarch.
1,700 British died in the battle of Trafalgar and maybe even more.
Nelson had 33 ships including 27 ships of the line.
The UK had 27 ships of the line engaged.
The Battle of Trafalgar - 1911 was released on: USA: 22 September 1911
No. 1815 was Waterloo; Trafalgar was 21 October 1805
After the Battle of Trafalgar, which took place in October of 1805, it is what did not happen that may be most significant. With the loss of his battle-fleet to the British off the Cape of Trafalgar, Napoleon did not (and could not) engage in any invasion of Great Britain, since British ships still controlled the seas. However that may be, the victory cemented the reputation of the British navy as foremost among modern nations… Read More
Battle of Trafalgar
Trafalgar Square is in London England and commemorates the naval victory over the French fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Trafalgar Square was built to celebrate Nelson's victory over Napoleon's fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar in October 1805.
The Battle of Trafalgar.
No, but nelson won both
The Battle of Trafalgar.
Battle of Copenhagen Battle of Trafalgar Battle of the Nile
He was not personally at Trafalgar; but his navy lost the engagement on 21 October 1805.
A total of 2,700 were in service under Nelson at Trafalgar.
It's named after the battle of Trafalgar - a prominent event in UK history.
A British victory.
The age of sail.
he ... didn't?
Which among the battles was not fought by napoleon battle of Leipzig battle of Trafalgar battle of Jutland?
The Battle of Jutland
Lord Nelson's ship was called Bucentaure at the Battle of Trafalger during the time of the Napoleonic Wars on October twenty-first in the bloody year of 1805.
The British won the battle of Trafalgar thanks to the innovative tactic of fighting, which allowed the British men of war to break through the long battle line of the allied French and Spanish fleets, splitting them into two part and defeating them piecemeal. A pivotal role was also played by the employment of the "carronades", a type of gun particularly destructive at short distances of which only the British ships were equipped with.
The Battle of the Nile. The Battle of Trafalgar. The Battle of Waterloo.
The Battle of Trafalgar was fought on 21 October 1805.
He was an army commander, and was not present at the naval battle.
Prussia had a very good army, but no navy that I am aware of, at least none present at the Battle of Trafalgar. It was a sea battle between the warships of Great Britain and the warships of France and Spain.
Battle of Trafalgar. IMPROVEMENT At the battle of Trafalgar Lord Nelson didn't defeat Napoleon but the Allied French-Spanish Fleets under French Admiral Villeneuve.
Admiral Lord Nelson's victory over a Napoleonic fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson (born 1758 - died at Trafalgar, 1805).
The French Navy that supported him in Egypt was destroyed at Aboukir Bay in the Battle of the Nile during August of 1798. Two ships of the line and two frigates were destroyed and 9 ships of the line were captured. It took time, but the fleet was rebuilt and merged with the Spanish allied fleet. It was destroyed in 1805 in the Battle of Trafalgar.