Stock Photo: Sir Sydney Smith (1764-1840) defending the breach at Acre, 1816. Smith was the English admiral of whom Napoleon Bonaparte said, That man made me miss my destiny.

Stock Photo - Sir Sydney Smith (1764-1840) defending the breach at Acre, 1816. Smith was the English admiral of whom Napoleon Bonaparte said, That man made me miss my destiny ... . From The History of the War, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time, volume I, by Hewson Clarke, published by T Kinnersley (London, 1816).

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