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HMS Victory is the Royal Navy's most famous warship. Best known for her role as Nelson's flagship in the Battle of Trafalgar, the Victory currently has a dual role as the Flagship of the First Sea Lord and as a living museum to the Georgian Navy.

HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England by JC Richardson, via Flickr

HMS Victory my favourite ship of the line, Portsmouth, England by JC Richardson

HMS Victory by Geoff Hunt. Get your miniature www.shipmodelsuperstore.com

Geoff Hunt is one of the five-star artists of age of sail subjects, in this case HMS Victory

The Nelson Touch Painting by Tim Johnson

Tim Johnson "The Nelson Touch" (HMS Victory) - could i paint this onto a stone for Trafalgar night table setting?

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One of the gun decks of HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England.

HMS Victory is the Royal Navy's most famous warship. She is the world's oldest commissioned ship and a proud memorial to Vice Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson, Britain's greatest Naval hero. Standing proud in her home of No. 2 dry dock, HMS Victory is one of the most famous warships ever built. Built between 1759-1765, Victory was a first-rate, ship-of-the-line.

HMS Victory, Admiral Horatio Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar. Launched in this 104 gun first-rate "ship 'o the line" is still on active duty as a warship in the Royal Navy. She is berthed at Portsmouth, England.

Baker's Dozen of the Napoleonic Era - Page 18 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson's flagship HMS Victory dating from Famous flag signal sent at Battle of Trafalgar "England expects every man to do his duty". Nelson fatally wounded at the battle.

Yet another Victory by Bernd - HMS Victory Build Diaries - ModelSpace

Yet another Victory by Bernd - HMS Victory Build Diaries - ModelSpace

The painting shows the moment when, unable to return fire on her approach, the battered and bloodied HMS Victory finally breaks through the enemy line with a thunderous broadside, splintering the stern of the French flagship Bucentaure into a thousand pieces. The Victory then rammed the French Redoubtable, the two ships exchanging broadsides at point blank range.

Favourite Nap Pic - Armchair General and HistoryNet The Best Forums in History

This one is a Triple-Decker Man-O-War. Ships of the Line were commonly Men-O-War

HMS Victory is a first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, laid down in launched in and shown here in She is most famous as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in She is the only surviving example of a ship of the line.

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