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Little Belt Affair: Navy, Chesapeake-Leopard Affair, HMS Leopard (1790), USS Chesapeake (1799), USS President (1800), HMS Little Belt (1807), Battle of Copenhagen (1807) [Copertina flessibile]

Frederic P. Miller , Agnes F. Vandome , John McBrewster


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9 dicembre 2010
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Little Belt Affair was a naval battle on the night of May 16, 1811. It involved the United States frigate USS President and the British sixth-rate HMS Little Belt, a sloop-of-war, which had originally been the Danish ship Lillebælt, before being captured by the British in the 1807 Battle of Copenhagen. The incident took place off the North Carolina coast. The Little Belt Affair was one of many incidents and events that led to the War of 1812. President sustained only one human injury; Little Belt took nine deaths during the battle and 23 injuries, and the sloop was badly damaged in the attack. Two of the wounded Britons died the following day. On the morning of 17 May, American Lieutenant John Creighton went to Little Belt to lament the unfortunate affair" and to offer space at any of the "Ports of the United States", which Bingham declined. When the captain asked why President had attacked his much smaller ship, Creighton claimed that it was because Little Belt had provoked the action. Bingham staunchly denied the account."

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