Mutinies: Shocking Real-Life Stories of Subversion at Sea

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Allen & Unwin, 2011 - Insubordination - 238 pages
An exhaustive investigation of twenty-three of the world's most infamous uprisings at sea, from the earliest days of ocean exploration to the present.
 

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Contents

Introduction
The Henry Hudson Mutiny
The Batavia mutiny
The Wager Mutiny
Mutiny on the Bounty
The Mutinies of the British Fleet at Spithead and the Nore
Mutiny on HMS Hermione
The Vlieter Incident
The Wilhelmshaven Mutiny
The French Black Sea Mutiny
HMAS Australia Mutiny
The Invergordon Mutiny
La Rebelion de los Marineros The Chilean Sailors Mutiny
The Mutiny on De Zeven ProvinciŽn
Dissension in the Royal Canadian Navy
The Chongqing Mutiny

The Amistad Mutiny
Mutiny or Murder? The USS Somers Affair
Mutiny on the Texan Schooner San Antonio
The Mutiny of the Russian Black Sea Fleet and the Battleship Potemkin
Brazils Revolta da Chibata The Revolt of the Whip
The Cattaro Mutiny
The SS Columbia Eagle Incident
The Storozhevoy Mutiny
Bibliography
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Barry Stone is an expert on home inspection and real estate disclosure. During his 33-year career as a contraction, tradesman, and home inspector, he has evaluated more than 7,000 homes, hotels, shopping centers, and other commercial buildings.

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