Objects & Places from Sharpe's Prey: Richard Sharpe and the Expedition to Copenhagen, 1807

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Wapping

An area of London near the Thames River where Sharpe grew up.

Copenhagen

This city is bombarded by the British in 1807.

Footpad

A term for a robber who preys on pedestrians.

Heat-shot

The practice of heating cannon balls before they are fired so that they will start fires in wooden structures.

Bomb ship

This type of vessel is armed with mortars for bombarding places on land.

95th Rifles

These elite light infantry troops wore a green uniform instead of the usual red uniforms of British soldiers.

The French Horn

This tavern is popular with British Army officers.

Trafalgar

This is located in the southwest of Spain where the British destroyed the French navy.

Jutland

This is the mainland portion of Denmark.

Zealand

This large Danish island is the location of the capital, Copenhagen.

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