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Sir Henry William Bayntun GCB (1766 – 16 December 1840) was a senior officer in the Royal Navy, whose distinguished career in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars was a catalogue of the highest and lowest points of the Navy during the conflict. His record includes extensive operations in the West Indies followed by shipwreck, the battle of Trafalgar and the disastrous expedition to Buenos Aires in 1807.

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  • Henry William Bayntun, né en 1766 à Alger et mort le 16 décembre 1840 à Bath, est un amiral de la Royal Navy. Actif entre 1777 et 1840, il participe à la guerre d'indépendance des États-Unis, aux guerres de la Révolution française et aux guerres napoléoniennes. Il participe à la fois à des victoires prestigieuses comme la bataille de Trafalgar et à des défaites cuisantes comme lors des Invasions britanniques du Río de la Plata. Le HMS Bayntun est nommé en son honneur. * Portail de la Royal Navy Portail de la Royal Navy
  • Sir Henry William Bayntun GCB (1766 – 16 December 1840) was a senior officer in the Royal Navy, whose distinguished career in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars was a catalogue of the highest and lowest points of the Navy during the conflict. His record includes extensive operations in the West Indies followed by shipwreck, the battle of Trafalgar and the disastrous expedition to Buenos Aires in 1807.
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  • Henry William Bayntun, né en 1766 à Alger et mort le 16 décembre 1840 à Bath, est un amiral de la Royal Navy. Actif entre 1777 et 1840, il participe à la guerre d'indépendance des États-Unis, aux guerres de la Révolution française et aux guerres napoléoniennes. Il participe à la fois à des victoires prestigieuses comme la bataille de Trafalgar et à des défaites cuisantes comme lors des Invasions britanniques du Río de la Plata. Le HMS Bayntun est nommé en son honneur. * Portail de la Royal Navy Portail de la Royal Navy
  • Sir Henry William Bayntun GCB (1766 – 16 December 1840) was a senior officer in the Royal Navy, whose distinguished career in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars was a catalogue of the highest and lowest points of the Navy during the conflict. His record includes extensive operations in the West Indies followed by shipwreck, the battle of Trafalgar and the disastrous expedition to Buenos Aires in 1807.
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