How to fight back artillery without terrible losses? Also, pilots who know the waters around Copenhagen report that they are dangerous, filled with estuarine sandy beaches and complicated winds. Driving the ship through these dangerous places under the cover of the cannon will suffer many losses. Given all these difficulties, it is probably best to wait for the Danes to leave the port and fight with them at sea. Nelson tries to control himself. Finally he calmed down, walking around the room, his armless form twitching as he spoke. There is no war, he said, that won by waiting. Don’t tell me what to do Cat smoking poster. The Danish lines looked fierce “for those who were children during the war”, but he devised a strategy many weeks earlier: he would attack from the south, where the approach was. easier, while Parker and a reserve force will stay north of the city. Nelson will use his flexibility to disarm the Danes. He studied the maps: the sand beaches are not scary. For the wind, aggressive action is more important than worrying about it.