These sites concentrate on the naval aspect of the wars of Napoleon. Some sites deal with "Nelsonic Fiction", a popular genre ever since C.S. Forester wrote the "Hornblower" books
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Battle of Aboukir Bay
Article describing the Battle of the Nile and the events that led up to it.
The Battle of the Saintes
Not strictly a Napoleonic battle, but one that set the style of naval warfare for Nelson and others to follow.
Describes life in Royal Navy in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.
Historical Maritime Society
Royal Navy reenactment and research group. Includes historical articles about Nelson and the navy of 1793-1815, research resources, discussion forum, and news and information about society events.
List of Ships of War, which were lying in the Tagus, 1806.
The Portuguese fleet, as observed by Lord St Vincent.
The Minotaur at the Battle of Trafalgar
Presents details of battle, ship's log, and names of officers and crew.
Naval History: Great Britain.
Collection of on-line documents written between 1801 and 1820.
The Russian Navy in the Coalition Wars
Page that describes Russian naval activity during the period, part of an on-line history of the Russian navy.
The Trafalgar Roll
Part of a genealogy site, this page lists British ships and seamen (some 1,640 of them) who fought at Trafalgar. There's also lists of killed and wounded and brief descriptions of some other naval actions.
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