Hornblower At Toulon

Bryce Military posted on Feb 22, 2022
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His 74 gun ship the Southerland, a Dutch ship, captured by French, and then Britain A five on one engagement in 1805

Comments (8)


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starship64 Online Now! 1:28AM | Tue, 22 February 2022

Nicely done!

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CoolDimension 5:28AM | Tue, 22 February 2022

Beautiful scene! Excellent composition!

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uncollared 6:56AM | Tue, 22 February 2022

Very cool scene. Water looks amazing

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BryceHoro 10:46AM | Tue, 22 February 2022

Well done.

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UteBigSmile Online Now! 3:04PM | Tue, 22 February 2022

This is a very nicely done new image, just love it a lot!

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VDH 2:58PM | Wed, 23 February 2022

Stunning creation !!

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daggerwilldo 9:40PM | Sun, 27 March 2022

A 74 Gun broadside would be a harrowing and maybe short experience.

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jdwtrxk 7:47PM | Tue, 31 May 2022

I remember this scene from both the books and the 1950's movie....Hornblower's Deathride, though he did survive it :).

Dutch ships were by necessity shallow drafted, which further supported her being chosen to go in close to shore.

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