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An extraordinarily gripping narrative of how Britain, seemingly on the ropes after losing control of America and growing internal dissent - built the military and naval might to defeat Napoleon -- and in doing so transformed her destiny
David Andress is Professor of Modern History at the University of Portsmouth, where he has taught since 1994. He is the author of a number of acclaimed studies of the French Revolution and its international context, including The French Revolution and the People (2004), The Terror (2005), and 1789 (2008). As well as broadening his writing interests to embrace the British Isles, he is currently editing the Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution.