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About the Author: Sam Willis

Dr Sam Willis is a maritime historian and archaeologist and is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society He is the author of the best selling Hearts of Oak Trilogy and the Fighting Ships Series He has consulted on maritime history for many clients including the BBC, Channel 4, NBC America and Christie s Sam s work is coloured by his knowledge and experience of seamanship Sam s unique approach t



10 thoughts on “The Fighting Temeraire

  1. says:

    I was first exposed to The Fighting Temeraire as a schoolboy in the 60 s, via Sir Henry Newbolt s poem, just before the dramatic curriculum revisions of the late 60 s and 70 s.Now the sunset s breezes shiver,And she s fading down the river,But in England s song for everShe s the Fighting Temeraire.H


  2. says:

    Wonderful account of the ship that captured two French ships at Trafalgar and was much later the subject of Turner s painting, voted the favorite of the English public The painting, in turn, inspired Newbolt s poem Now th...


  3. says:

    In a recent poll, J M W Turner s The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her last berth to be broken up, 1838, depicting an aging warship being towed up the Thames to a breaking yard, was voted the British public s favourite painting It s easy to see why The Fighting Temeraire is a remarkable work, created at the


  4. says:

    Willis is clearly interested in naval history than art history His take on the former is detailed, and has an interesting focus on the Seven Years War known in these parts as the French and Indian War , where the original French ship of this name was captured by the British As with David Cordingly s The Billy Ruffian T


  5. says:

    While mostly a biography in a loosely termed way of one of the most famous ships of the Royal Navy, an historical subsection that didn t really exist until a few years ago, this book is even unique for the element of art history contained in its final chapters The majority of the book is devoted to the Temeraire s years in se


  6. says:

    The HMS Temeraire was a 98 gun ship of the line at Trafalgar and played a crucial part in that battle This ship has a long and illustrious history in the days of fighting sail Thanks to the iconic painting The Fighting Temeraire by JMW Turner we have a nostalgic connection to the story of this great ship.This book is well written, it


  7. says:

    This book is essentially a history of two ships and a painting all three connected by the single word Temeraire , which makes for an interesting and somewhat novel angle for a historical enquiry Sam Willis is an engaging writer and the book flows nicely, even though the history itself can tend a little toward the military patriotic bombast


  8. says:

    I read a lot of history intended for the lay public as opposed to professional historians, You could call this big picture or macro history This book is micro history covering in detail the story of two ships and a painting, starting in the year 1759.For the general reader this micro history would be deadly boring, but for denizens of the gunroom


  9. says:

    I first noticed The Fighting Temeraire because of the Temeraire fantasy series by Naomi Novik This book covers the history of the two British ships that shared the name Temeraire the first was a French prize Spanning much of the Age of Sail and featuring many of the most famous battles of the era, The Fighting Temeraire was a real effort to wade through


  10. says:

    A famous ship provides the launch pad for entertaining explorations of British history Actually, there were two ships The first Temeraire took part in what we Americans call the French and Indian War, but was actually the first world war The second won fame at Trafalgar, but also took part in less known activities in the Baltic and elsewhere The painting became


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