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Victory of the West

The Story of the Battle of Lepanto



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Victory of the West: The Story of the Battle of Lepanto by Niccolo Capponi
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On 7 October 1571, on the gulf between mainland Greece and the Peloponnese, the fleets of the Ottoman Empire and the Christian Holy League met in a battle that would prove the crux of that century's war between Christianity and Islam. No naval battle until Jutland in 1916 - not even Trafalgar - involved such numerous forces, and in no previous encounter with the Ottomans had the Christians met with success. In this compelling piece of narrative history, Niccolo Capponi takes a fresh look at the last great, bloody, and crucial showdown between oared fighting galleys, which - like the legendary battles of Salamis, Waterloo and Stalingrad - halted the progress of a force that had hitherto seemed unstoppable.

Author Biography

Niccolo Capponi is a fellow at the Medici Archive Project in Florence and an eminent Italian historian. He has published a number of articles and several books. This is his first book for the UK trade.
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July 21st, 2006
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
16 black & white halftones
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