The Battle of Trafalgar was part of which conflict?

Answer The Battle of Trafalgar, which occurred in 1805, took place during the War of the Third Coalition, one of the Napoleonic Wars. It was the defining naval engagement of the wars, ending any chance Fr... Read More »

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In which year was the Battle of Trafalgar?

The decisive naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars, the Battle of Trafalgar, was fought between the a British fleet under Admiral Sir Horatio Nelson and a combined Franco-Spanish fleet under Admiral ... Read More »

Who won the Battle of Trafalgar?

Admiral Lord Nelson won the Battle of Trafalgar, a key battle of the Napoleonic Wars of the early 1800s. He devised a daring battle plan that allowed the British to decisively defeat the French and... Read More »

Ships of the Battle of Trafalgar?

On Oct. 21, 1805, the British Royal Navy defeated a combined force of French and Spanish ships off the coast of Cape Trafalgar, Spain. The decisive naval battle of the Napoleonic war, Trafalgar mar... Read More »

Where was the Battle of Trafalgar fought?

The British Navy engaged a fleet of Spanish and French ships at the Battle of Trafalgar in the Atlantic Ocean west of Cape Trafalgar, Spain, and north of the Strait of Gibraltar on October 21, 1805... Read More »