The Naval, Shipping and Fisheries Exhibition was a world's fair held in Earl's Court London in 1905
intended to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar, where a British fleet led by Admiral Nelson defeated a joint Franco-Spanish fleet during the Napoleonic Wars. The president of the exhibition was the lord mayor of London and the vice president Admiral Edmund Fremantle.
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