Naval Battle of the Saintes

Hagerman, George
April 2002
Military History;Apr2002, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p26
Describes the Battle of the Saintes in April 1782 in the West Indies. Details on the engagement between the British and French fleets; Result of the battle.


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