In March 1800 Lord Charles Oakshott, commanding the 32 gun frigate Javelin, is serving in the squadron of Commodore Sir James Freakley off the coast of Denmark. In a storm Javelin and and the flagship ground but are saved by a Danish 84 gun ship Odense. During a subsequent mission to Russia he is imprisoned but escapes in time to rejoin the fleet and serve under William Bligh aboard Glatton at the Battle of Copenhagen.

Into Battle

Author: Robert Challoner

Title: Into Battle

Series: Commander Lord Charles Oakshott

First Published by: Century


Format: HC

Date: June 1987

ISBN-10: 0-712614-66-4

ISBN-13: 978-0712614665

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