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The execution of Admiral Byng, 14 March 1757
A painting showing the execution of Admiral the Hon. John Byng by firing squad, on the quarterdeck of his former flagship, 'Monarch', at Portsmouth, after he was found guilty by court-martial of failing to do his utmost in preventing the French capture of Minorca in 1756, at the start of the Seven Years War.
- Image reference: BHC0380
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London