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K. , 1978), 65. ** Steven Englund, Napoleon: A Political Life (New York: Scribner, 2004), 281. 24 • The Seven Streams fleet off Cape Trafalgar near the Spanish city of Cadiz. The Battle of Trafalgar, fought on October 21, 1805, cost Napoleon at least eighteen warships. The significance of the defeat was more than a material one. With English naval supremacy assured, the war would go on. Napoleon faced the same problem he had encountered before the campaign of 1805, an obdurate England massing Continental allies to challenge French supremacy in Europe.
This much had been expected and it was significant in getting things started. But seven states were not enough to realistically expect the South to fight a successful war against the North, and more states needed to join the Confederacy for the South to expect to win such a conflict. A preemptive strike overcame this problem since it added legitimacy to the Southern cause. Once some fighting erupted, other states would have to make the hard decision of whether to leave the Union and join the Confederacy.
Grant’s unbroken string of successes in the western theater was the chief reason for the Union victory there. His ability to duel Lee on equal terms in the east during an extended period of conflict in 1864–1865 demonstrated Northern resolve to restore the Union, and the South’s inability to prevent this from occurring. The war ended in a testimonial to military power. Union armies forced a settlement, but the extent of the fighting also cast a larger shadow in that it spared no one the horrors of war.