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" ... business decisive, I have, therefore, made up my mind to keep the fleet in that position of sailing (with the exception of the first and second in command) that the order of sailing is to be the order of battle, placing the fleet in two lines of... "
Batailles navales de la France - Seite 354
von O. Troude - 1868
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"Constitution" and Guerriere." Lake Erie. "Monitor" and "Merrimac ...

Edward Kirk Rawson - 1899
...command) that the order of sailing is to be the order of battle, placing the fleet in two lines of sixteen ships each, with an advanced squadron of eight of...sailing two-decked ships, which will always make, if wanted, a line of twenty-four sail, on whichever line the commander-in-chief may direct. The second...
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The Connoisseur, Band 15

James Thomas Herbert Baily - 1906
...command) that the order of sailing is to be the order of battle, placing the fleet in two lines of 16 ships each, with an advanced squadron of eight...sailing two-decked ships [which] will always make if wanted a line of 24 sail, on whichever line the Commander-in-Chief may direct. The second in command...
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War on the Sea, Strategy and Tactics

Gabriel Darrieus - 1908 - 321 Seiten
...is to be the order of battle, placing the fleet in two lines of sixteen ships each, with an advance squadron of eight of the fastest sailing two-decked ships, which will always make, if wanted, a line of twenty-four sail, on whichever line the commander-in-chief may direct. " The second...
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Nelson and Other Naval Studies

James Richard Thursfield - 1909 - 384 Seiten
...be the Order of Battle, 1 The Times, September 19, 1905. placing the fleet in two Lines of Sixteen Ships each, with an Advanced Squadron of eight of...sailing Two-decked Ships, [which] will always make, if wanted, a Line of twenty-four Sail, on whichever Line the Commander-in-Ch1ef may direct. The Second...
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Mahan on Naval Warfare: Selections from the Writing of Rear Admiral Alfred T ...

Alfred Thayer Mahan - 1918 - 372 Seiten
...Command) that the Order of Sailing is to be the Order of Battle, placing the Fleet in two Lines of sixteen Ships each, with an Advanced Squadron of eight of...sailing Two-decked Ships, which will always make, if wanted, a Line of twenty-four Sail, on whichever Line the Commander-in-Chief may direct. The Second...
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Mahan on Naval Warfare: Selections from the Writing of Rear Admiral Alfred T ...

Alfred Thayer Mahan - 1918 - 372 Seiten
...Command) that the Order of Sailing is to be the Order of Battle, placing the Fleet in two Lines of sixteen Ships each, with an Advanced Squadron of eight of...sailing Two-decked Ships, which will always make, if wanted, a Line of twenty-four Sail, on whichever Line the Commander-in-Chief may direct. The Second...
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The Campaign of Trafalgar, Band 2

Sir Julian Stafford Corbett - 1919
...command) that the order of sailing is to be the order of battle, placing the fleet in two lines of sixteen ships each with an advanced squadron of eight of the fastest sailing two-decked ships which2 will always make if wanted a line of twenty-four sail, on whichever line the commander-in-chief...
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Nelson and Other Naval Studies

James Richard Thursfield - 1920 - 373 Seiten
...Assuming that his fleet would consist of forty ships, he proposed to place it " in two Lines of Sixteen Ships each, with an Advanced Squadron of eight of...sailing Two-decked Ships, which will always make, if wanted, a Line of twenty-four Sail, on whichever Line the Commander-in-Chief may direct." I shall consider...
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Anthologie Mondiale de la Stratégie. Anglais

Gérard Chaliand - 1994 - 1072 Seiten
...Command that the order of sailing is to be the Order of Battle, placing the fleet in two Lines of Sixteen ships each with an advanced Squadron of Eight of the fastest sailing Two decked ships which will always make if wanted a Line of Twenty Four Sail, on which ever Line the...
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The Nelson Encyclopedia

Colin White - 2002 - 288 Seiten
...Command) that the Order of Sailing is to be the Order of Battle, placing the Fleet in two Lines of sixteen Ships each, with an Advanced Squadron of eight of...sailing Two-decked Ships, which will always make, if wanted, a Line of twenty-four Sail, on whichever Line the Commander-in-Chief may direct. The Second...
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