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    Royal Navy Battles

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    Two ships are steaming in the same direction. The British vessel is a Royal Navy destroyer and it is 51,000 yards distance from the mysterious vessel. The RN Destroyer is chasing the mysterious vessel. The RN Destroyer is steaming at 25 knots. The mysterious vessel is steaming at 21 knots. The RN Destroyer must reach the distance of 17,000 yards from the mysterious vessel to be able to fire its warning gun, to put a shot across the mysterious vessel’s bow. This shot will probably cause the mysterious

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    responsible for many great victories and great the great shift of the system of the Navy. The British Navy has been always been considered to be the strongest navy through the world history, and it has been successful since it was established. The Royal Navy was considered to have that position due to its advanced weapons, good machinery, powerful men, and most importantly the Admirals who led the fleet. The Royal Navy has seen many British Admirals, but Sir John Fisher was the person responsible for

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    crime was punished in the Royal Navy, during the Georgian period, has often been the subject to great controversy and debate. When answering this question, it is important to consider contemporary sources so as to develop an accurate analysis. After examining various sources, it seems clear that the use of physical punishment was indeed necessary so as to constitute power over the seamen, particularly with limited alternatives available. It also becomes apparent that the Royal Navy’s reputation for flogging

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    defeat—this, however, would not have been as easy without the assistance of Winston Churchill. A writer, politician, naval officer, and amateur scientist, Winston Churchill greatly influenced the outcome of the war through his time as the head of the British navy, assistance in creating the tank, and involvement with the British government. Throughout World War I, Winston Churchill was an indispensable member of

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    Revolutionary War with Great Britain, U.S. trade ships enjoyed the safety that the British Royal Navy provided. When the new nation won their independence however, the British wasted no time with informing the Barbary Pirates that the US ships were open for attack again. The Barbary pirates, who had been marauding off the coast of Africa for centuries, encountered a new enemy in the early 19th century: the young United States Navy (McNamara, 2016). The North African pirates had been a menace for so long that

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    The Battle of Trafalgar was a sea battle fought off the coast of Spain between the Royal Navy and Napoleon’s forces, consisting of French and Spanish ships. Although Britain lost a hero who played a significant role in the battle, the Royal Navy was victorious. The outcome of this battle diminished the chances of the French invading England and greatly decreased Napoleon’s power on the sea. The Treaty of Amiens was signed in 1802 between the French and British creating peace between the two countries

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    The War of 1812

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    The War of 1812 was the last war that America fought with Great Britain. It was a war won by the Americans, after a long period of time they was able to gain their entire land back to themselves. It showed the United States the independent sovereignty they had after the win in the American Revolution. It also help shaped the foreign policy of America. After the American Revolutionary War, it was a lot tension between the United States and Great Britain. When the France had fought the war with great

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    Together they play classical music and discuss their personal lives. Even when they are not at sea they and their wives are of... ... middle of paper ... ...earance in the later part of the book. He was a flag officer famous service in the Royal Navy, most particularly during the Napoleonic War. He was known for his inspirational leadership incredible grasp of naval strategy and unconventional tactics (by 19th century standards), which would result in a number of decisive naval victories against

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    The War of 1812

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    Louisiana Territory was sold to United States of America and France was kicked out of North America. Also British threatened France to establish any colony outside Europe. Britain had the greatest industrial capacity in Europe and it has developed navy to build up considerable economic strength through trade. The British’s goal was to defeat France. It would require commercial blockade. According to a historian named Reginald Horsman from “The Causes of The War of 1812”, He said that it was necessary

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    the rights o American citizens.”(The war of 1812, Paragraph 2) Not respecting America citizens was one of many causes of this war. Impressment was the major maritime cause of the war. Britain was strapped for seamen in its wars against France, and Royal Navy warships were soon halting American ships and taking off those seamen it judged to be British citizens. Britain did not recognize expatriation, so naturalization was no protection for the seamen. Because so many seamen on British warships had been

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