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Mutiny: A History of Naval Insurrection
Leonard F. Guttridge (au). From the early days of fighting sail to the modern steel machines of the world’s navies, sailors have always endured many hardships. For dissatisfaction to swell into open rebellion & mutiny is a ship captain’s worst fear. This book provides a fascinating account of the history behind the most dreaded of military terms. From Magellan’s expedition to circumnavigate the globe & the infamous HMS Bounty & battleship Potemkin insurrections to the demonstrations aboard the U.S. aircraft carriers Kitty Hawk & Constellation, this gripping narrative delivers voyage after voyage of life & death situations where men dared to defy military authority. Black & White photos & illustrations.
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