On the one hand, it's a complete and interesting investigation about mutinies all over the world, but especially on British and US ships. On the other hand, the author lost me on more than one occasion. I've read "Ghosts of Cape Sabine" by the same Leonard Guttridge and didn't find any passage in that book that left me thinking: What does he mean by that? as Mutiny had.
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In this fascinating book, Leonard Guttridge provides a casebook of mutinies that have occurred over the past . Why, then, does mutiny occur only rarely in naval history? What are the forces that maintain discipline and sustain mora.
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.
Guttridge, Leonard F. Note: Annapolis, Md. : Naval Institute Press, c1992.
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.
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