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The Sea Dogs: Privateers, Plunder and Piracy in the Elizabethan Age By Neville Williams,

  • Title: The Sea Dogs: Privateers, Plunder and Piracy in the Elizabethan Age
  • Author: Neville Williams
  • ISBN: 9780026291200
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here are the daring exploits of the Elizabethan sea dogs who established England as the foremost maritime and colonial power in the 1500s and thus bequeathed the nation a heritage that would endure for many generations.
    The Sea Dogs Privateers Plunder and Piracy in the Elizabethan Age Here are the daring exploits of the Elizabethan sea dogs who established England as the foremost maritime and colonial power in the s and thus bequeathed the nation a heritage that would endure fo

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    1. When the New World was discovered by Europeans in the late fifteenth century, Spain claimed it, tolerating no interlopers The pope made it official This book is about the English response Denied peaceful trade with the Spanish Indies, the English took to plundering Spanish settlements and treasure ships, and to worldwide exploration to find places open to English settlement Francis Drake circumnavigated the globe in his search for plunder and financial prospects Later Thomas Cavendish did the sa [...]

    2. A good general history of the Elizabethan Sea Dogs , not just as pirates and privateers, but as explorers, colonists although this role was pretty much crippled through an emphasis on piracy privateering , merchant adventurers, and men of war for most of the latter 16th Century, these men WERE the English navy.

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