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Plan of the Battle of Copenhagen
Admiral Sir Hyde Parker handed over control of a squadron of ships no larger than of 74 guns to Nelson on 29 March 1801. This map shows them in a line on the right, beside Parker's larger ships, before moving down the east side of the Middle Ground Shoal to anchor at its south (left) end on the night of 1 April. On the morning of the 2nd they moved up the west side to engage the Danish fleet at anchor between them and Copenhagen.
Original size: 551 mm x 705 mm
- Image reference: PY7985
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London