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												The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century by  Kenneth Poolman
	 - 1st Edition
			 - 1999
		 - from ArchersBooks.com (SKU: 22386)

The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century

												The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century by  Kenneth Poolman
	 - 1st Edition
			 - 1999
		 - from ArchersBooks.com (SKU: 22386)
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The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century

by Poolman, Kenneth

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Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1999. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Dust Jacket a trifle rubbed. Category: True Crime; 18th century; Piracy. ISBN: 1557506930. ISBN/EAN: 9781557506931. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 22386. . 9781557506931 This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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Kenneth Poolman , a World War II veteran of the Royal Navy, served on a light carrier, a minesweeper, and a destroyer. When he returned to civilian life he attended Cambridge University and eventually worked for the BBC as a writer and producer of documentaries for radio and as a script editor for television. A resident of Surrey, England, he has published 24 books, mostly on sea-air warfare in World War II, including The Winning Edge: Naval Technology in Action, 1939-1945, HMS Kelly, Scourge of the Atlantic , and The Sea Hunters .

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Title
The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century
Author
Poolman, Kenneth
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good Condition
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Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
1557506930
ISBN 13
9781557506931
Publisher
Naval Institute Press
Place of Publication
Annapolis, MD
Date Published
1999
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BZDB185 True Crime; 18th century; Piracy. ISBN: 1557506930 EAN: 9781557506931 Poolman, Kenneth The Speedwell Voyage: A Tale of Piracy and Mutiny in the Eighteenth Century
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