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" I should pass to leeward or windward of him. In that situation, I would make the signal to engage the Enemy to leeward, and to cut through their Fleet about the sixth Ship from the Van, passing very close ; they being on a wind, and you going large, could... "
The naval history of Great Britain, from the declaration of war by France in ... - Pagina 371
door William James, Frederick Chamier - 1837
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Fighting Instructions, 1530-1816, Volume 29

Sir Julian Stafford Corbett - 1905 - 366 pagina’s
...ship, so as to prevent the enemy from knowing whether I should pass to leeward or to windward of him. In that situation I would make the signal to engage the enemy to leeward, and cut through their fleet about the sixth ship from the van, passing very close. They being on a wind...
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War on the Sea, Strategy and Tactics

Gabriel Darrieus - 1908 - 321 pagina’s
...ship, so as to prevent the enemy from knowing whether I should pass to leeward or windward of him. In that situation I would make the signal to engage...the van, passing very close; they being on a wind and you going large, could cut their line when you please. The van-ships of the enemy would, by the...
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