From the speaker:
The little street Horatio Nelson in St. Roch reminds us that the famous hero of the Royal Navy visited Quebec City in the 18th century. His stay lasted barely three weeks. As such, the event is of little importance in the career of the illustrious admiral. But it could have significantly changed the course of history. The reason? As they say in French murder mystery novels, cherchez la femme.
Charles André Nadeau is a retired officer from the Canadian Navy where he commanded the destroyer HMCS Algonquin and the École Navale at the Pointe-à-Carcy, and served as naval attaché in Paris. He holds a Bachelor degree in classics and Masters in Advanced military studies from the US Naval War College. Since retirement he has studied at Laval University and obtained Bachelor and Master degrees in history.
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