Lord Horatio Nelson was England’s most celebrated soldier, the Admiral who defeated Napoleon’s navy at the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805. He was a brilliant, brave and admired naval strategist and warrior. Sadly, Nelson fell from a shot fired from the enemy ship Redoutable, and his amazing and heroic career came to an end. Despite his resounding victories, was his judgment impaired as a result of a severe concussion he had suffered in battle?

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