The Court-Martial of the "Bounty" Mutineers

The Court Martial of the Bounty Mutineers Actual accouhts of the surviving crew members of the HMS Bounty The ship was refitted to sail to Tahiti to cultivate breadfruit and return to England breadfruit was less expensive and to be given t

  • Title: The Court-Martial of the "Bounty" Mutineers
  • Author: Owen Rutter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Actual accouhts of the 10 surviving crew members of the HMS Bounty The ship was refitted to sail to Tahiti to cultivate breadfruit and return to England breadfruit was less expensive and to be given to the west indies for food supply It is important to note that some naval historians regard the trial of the Bounty mutineers as a maritime equivilant to the Magna CartActual accouhts of the 10 surviving crew members of the HMS Bounty The ship was refitted to sail to Tahiti to cultivate breadfruit and return to England breadfruit was less expensive and to be given to the west indies for food supply It is important to note that some naval historians regard the trial of the Bounty mutineers as a maritime equivilant to the Magna Carta, since it resulted in some improvements in the list of British seamen and some implicit restraints on the authority of the captain.The Trials began in 1792 in Portmouth Harbour Gives complete testimony, brings forth diaries, physical descriptions and details from transcripts.

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