Admiral Nelson


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Noun1.Admiral Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)Admiral Nelson - English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805)
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Admiral Nelson, also, on a capstan of gun-metal, stands his mast-head in Trafalgar Square; and ever when most obscured by that London smoke, token is yet given that a hidden hero is there; for where there is smoke, must be fire.
During the elections, Emmanuel Joseph was re-elected to the post of President; Ryan Broome, Vice President; Rachel Agard, General Secretary; Marlon Madden, Treasurer; Deanzer Roberts, Public Relations Officer; and Christina Smith, Admiral Nelson and Trevor Thorpe, Floor Members.
We're here underneath the statue of Admiral Nelson. What would Nelson make of a British ship being seized by pirates?
Despite being more than 200 years old, Admiral Nelson's note has only recently come to light.
1797: Admiral Nelson was wounded in the right arm by grapeshot.
In which 1805 battle was Admiral Nelson mortally wounded?
In 2015 it cost PS2,000-plus to swap one picture of Admiral Nelson with another one at the Strasbourg home of the UK's Council of Europe representative.
A Admiral Kelly B Admiral Kitchener C Admiral Jellicoe D Admiral Nelson
Shortly after it was finished Admiral Nelson dealt a blow by defeating Napoleon at the Battle of the Nile and the work acquired the nickname of Lord Nelson Mass.
The Admiral Nelson is a free house locatedon the banks ofthe Grand Union Canal in Braunston, Daventry.
1797: Admiral Nelson (below) was wounded in the right arm by grapeshot.
It is therefore extremely important that the Royal Navy continues to mark the occasion, and remember Admiral Nelson along with the sailors who fought with him.