happy Trafalgar day everyone
i forgotten to put it on facebook
Trafalgar day is to celebrate
Lords Nelsons finest victory in 1805 on the 21st of oct he manged to stop Napoleon invading and nelson and his fleet of ships and loyal royal men totally destroyed the Spanish and french fleet at Trafalgar of the African cost. but sadly he was wounded and sadly lost his life. he manged to not lose a single ship and mannaged to captured many enemy ships but would lose most in the storms. but his sailors and marines and officers and noble seaman fought hard and well and saved the UK and the common wealth and her allies to fight Napoleon and beat him finely in less than ten years later and Waterloo under Duke Of Wellington and her noble Allies in now known as today now known as Belgium. but for me as a re-enactor of this period i like to say a pray for all all involved and for the armed forces that hold this important date in history. is very special and close to my hear, there for i like to pray and say thank you to all that do celebrate, this very special day which. they gave there lives so we could be free and live our life's from French rule,
for the French Empire was stretched far and wide over much of Europe as Napoleon's Empire was very close to coming to claim what would be the last stand for Europe. which was Britain of course there where others but under French rule or under peace treaty's until 1808 when Spain and Portugal Russian Germany and Prussian and Hanover would start there own wars on Napoleon's Empire which would be known as the Napoleonic wars. 1808-1814 and what stopped Napoleon invading Britain WAS not for Lord Nelson we would never managed to get to help out Europe if we did not destroy Napoleon's feet of ships and there his allies ships and fleets. they would be unable for them not to be able to land the invasion forces to begin and start the end of Royal rule of Britannia. we do take her granted for everyday today for what she stands for as we live today, with out the the defeat at Trafalgar to end the invasion to begin with.
There for Trafalgar is a very important day and makes this date a terrible decision between Europe being free or under French imperial rule under Napoleon noise and eyes. sadly with the lose of poor Lord Nelson. who did what he beloved and believed in and what he thought was right and for what he died for freedom duty and to his beloved UK and is loyalty to his King and did his Royal duty as leader husband sailor a warrior a hero a savour in our greatest needed hour and brave man and noble honest man to what i believe others would disagree but for what is left of him he had a good sense of humor. placing a telescope to his blind eye saying he dose not see our side waving a flag in 1801 in Denmark at the siege of Copenhagen and continued the siege of cannon and shell fire over there poor castle and city's walls of defenses.
in my eyes a true naval hero and in my eyes he lived and died by the sword and he died for his beloved UK.and the crown and for the naval services which he so loved and cared for and stood for. he stood for himself the UK the forces and family and was a father to all ranks from sailors to officers from the poor to noble birth you stood with me and for our country for you stood own as my enemy. fear god and fear the lash. follow me or you break on the rocks that his ships glides over underneath the waves, He was considered a figure head, some say he was England its self fail me and you fail our home and family's and our native lands.
there for i drink to Trafalgar. to the past present and future, good health to all. and for this i am proud to drink for that they died and saved us so the next generation can be ever thankful and be ever save and free from troubles across the seas and skies. and this glorious nation be ever in bloom and fruitful and to this i drink and celebrate this fine British victory today i drink to all those who join me to say god bless you all on 21st of Oct 2018 we celebrate it and his victory would make way for the common wealth to rules the worlds seas for
over hundred years thanks for reading. God Save King George III and God Bless Her Royal Majesty Elizabeth II and her Royal Forces and her close Friends and Allies,
to fellow reeanctors i hope your all well. i hope to see you all in the not to far future, when of course i am better. i look forward in joining you all on the sea and field in 2019 when my injuries and health have improved thanks again, Thanks for reading. have a nice day and evening. best wishes and regards Daniel Hudson Royal Gunner.