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What do you believe was the most important sea battle in world history?


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Jeff Gamble says

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    Alastar Packer 4 years ago

    good choice jeff- if the battle had gone the other way the US may not have been able to concentrate on Europe first like we did.

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William Elliott (Bretsuki) says

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    Alastar Packer 4 years ago

    Interesting choice that its good to see bretsuki. Everything that came had to come as a result of something in the past. Salamis was a world definer, if the Persians had won all would most probably be different in the world today.

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  • rickylicea 4 years ago

    I was just going to write about the Battle of Lepanto. I think it is very important as it stopped Muslim Expansion into Western Europe. Also the battle of Trafalgar, which pretty much made it impossible for Napoleon to invade Britain.


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conradofontanilla says

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    Alastar Packer 4 years ago

    If not mistaken Leyte was the biggest sea battle in history and negated the Nippon navy as a major factor. Great points conrado, you have excellent naval military knowledge.

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Old Empresario says

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    Alastar Packer 4 years ago

    Try the question phrased this way: What do you believe is the most important sea battle *overall, all factors included* in world history? In my opinion the question shouldn't be too hard to grasp cerebrally as the great answers on here attest to.

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