|Author:||Leonard F. Guttridge|
|Title:||Mutiny : A History of Naval Insurrection|
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|Publisher:||Ian Allan; First Edition (not stated) edition (1992)|
In this fascinating book, Leonard Guttridge provides a casebook of mutinies that have occurred over the past two hundred years, beginning with the mutiny on the Bounty. Peopled with colorful characters and filled with suspense, Mutiny brings these dramatic and often bloody events to life, alternately exciting our horror and arousing our sympathy. But this book is much more than a mere collection of stories. He lives in Alexandria, VA.
In this fascinating book, Leonard Guttridge takes us on a tour of mutinies that have occurred over the past two hundred years. He examines such famous mutinies as the uprisings aboard the Bounty and the Potemkin, the racial disturbances Few things are more terrifying to a seagoing captain than the specter of mutiny or more riveting to readers than a tale of mutinous deeds. In this fascinating book, Leonard Guttridge takes us on a tour of mutinies that have occurred over the past two hundred years. Throughout his investigation, Guttridge asks what these incidents, occurring in vastly different navies and different ages, have in common. His findings are both startling and illuminating. First published in 1986, this book is lauded as a unique study of law, discipline, and morale as they interact as sea.
Whether they were writers of naval codes and regulations, judges presiding over a mutiny-related court martial, or a captain on a ship confronted with it, people have been in relatively little agreement on what exactly should be considered mutinous behavior, often changing the definition of mutiny from case to case of "collective insubordination" (one of the many euphemisms used instead of mutiny
Personal Name: Guttridge, Leonard F. Publication, Distribution, et. Annapolis, M. .Naval Institute Press, (c)1992. Physical Description: 318 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -310) and index. Download book Mutiny : a history of naval insurrection, Leonard F. Guttridge.
aircraft carrier Constellation. Mutinies make for excellent reading. The Daily Telegraph). Leonard F. Guttridge takes his readers on an eloquent historical tour. St. Louis Post-Dispatch). This is a well-balanced, illuminating treatment of a rather murky subject, handled deftly. A valuable addition to any naval library. A fascinating study of law, discipline, and morale.
A History of Naval Insurrection. By Leonard F. Subject: General Military & Naval History. Alternately exciting our horror and arousing our sympathy, its meticulous attention to detail and historical accuracy assures its lasting appeal not only to the naval and legal communities but also to readers looking for entertaining nonfiction.
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Mutiny A History of Naval Insurrection is released on 2006-08 total 318 pages, written Leonard F. Guttridge with Serial number: 13jfwAEACAAJ, while the genre of this book is History useful and informative. EBOOK, AZW3, RB, Adobe PDF, XLS, PRC, BBeB, PalmDOC, NP, GPF, ABW and EPUB version of the file that can be obtained. Mutiny! Naval Insurrections in Australia and New Zealand is released on 2001-02-01 total 296 pages, written Tom Frame with Serial number: 8M2sOwna-k8C, while the genre of this book is History useful and informative. EBOOK, DRM, DOC, Adobe PDF, LRC, Mobipocket, BBeB, PalmDOC, PS, FUB, EBAML and EPUB version of the file that can be obtained.
HMS Hermione was a 32-gun fifth-rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She was notorious for having the bloodiest mutiny in British naval history, which saw her captain and most of the officers killed. The mutineers then handed the ship over to the Spanish, with whom she remained for two years before being cut out and returned to Royal Navy service under the names Retaliation and later Retribution.
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