When Did Horatio Nelson Lose His Arm?

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Admiral Horatio Nelson lost his right arm on 24-July-1797 at Santa Cruz (Tenerife). This was already after he had lost his right eye at the siege of Calvi on 10-July-1794. He died during the battle of Trafalgar where he was shot by a French sniper when walking along the quarter deck. This was on the 21st of October 1805.
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Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson lost his arm when it got shot and was completely shattered. This happened when he was leading an attack on Tenerife in 1797. Nelson was a resilient admiral, never quit in battle and fought until the last moment of his life.
Horatio Nelson lost his arm in the battle of Santa Cruz de Tenerife after his army was overpowered. This forced him to leave the battle field and go back to England to recuperate.
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