NELSON: BRITAIN’S GREATEST NAVAL COMMANDER
192pp., 20 illus., P.B. 2019. This slightly built, battle-scarred, often vain man, of dubious private life and few known accomplishments beyond his profession, became a legendary figure in British history. When Admiral Horatio Nelson died, people who had never seen him wept because they felt they had lost someone special and irreplaceable. How that came about, this book describes.