War Stories
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War Stories

The Cinematic Naval Engagement That Took Place At The Mouth of The Nile

Forgotten battles

The Battle of the Nile, 1 August 1798, Pocock (Public domain)

In the waning years of the 18th century, the revolutionary French Republic, found themselves at war with the bulk of Europe. Alarmed by an outbreak of American-esque fervor and popular uprising in the heart of the continent, established European monarchies sought to crush the upstart rebellion in France from the…

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Wars are often portrayed as large singular events in history but every conflict is a menagerie of thousands of small stories that make up one superior narrative. These are those stories.

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