Mindeblad om Danmarks Haedersdag d.2.April 1801
370 Danes were killed and 665 wounded at the Battle of Copenhagen. 253 of the British fleet were killed and 658 wounded; these figures rose in the period after the battle. Nelson used his previously unnoticed diplomatic skills to secure a 14 week truce, during which the Armed Neutrality he had been sent to break up did so, thanks to his victory and the assassination of the pact
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Original size: 633 mm x 480 mm
- Image reference: PY5659
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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