Historical note: At this time, England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland were all grouped together as the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland". For ease, this article will use the title "Great Britain" to refer to the entire union.
Great Britain was the largest island of the British Isles, and
During the Napoleonic Wars, the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Scotland was George III.
History of Great Britain
Places of Note
- Dover covert
- Edinburgh covert
- Falmouth Covert
- Loch Laggan Covert
- London covert
- Middlesbrough Covert
- Portsmouth Covert
- Weymouth covert
- Pen Y Fan Breeding Grounds
- Breeding Grounds in Ireland, Halifax & Gibraltar
Deviations From History
- The Battle of Trafalgar is followed by the fictional Battle of Dover, where Napoleon attempts unsuccessfully to invade Great Britain using specially made transports carried by dragons.
- In 1807, Napoleon succeeds in invading Great Britain, and holds England for several months before being driven out of the country at the Battle of Shoeburyness. Historically, Napoleon never managed to invade the British Isles.
- George IV is made "Prince Regent" in 1807, as a result of the war, three years earlier than normal.