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The Buccaneer King (Hardback)

The Story of Captain Henry Morgan

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By Graham A Thomas
Imprint: Pen & Sword Maritime
Pages: 228
ISBN: 9781848848405
Published: 30th April 2014
Last Released: 7th April 2014

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This is the story of a Welshman who became one of the most ruthless and brutal buccaneers of the golden age of piracy. His name was Captain Sir Henry Morgan and, unlike his contemporaries, he was not hunted down and killed or captured by the authorities. Instead he was considered a hero in England and given a knighthood as well as being made governor of Jamaica. As Graham Thomas reveals in this fresh biography of this complex and intriguing character, Morgan was an exceptional military leader whose prime motivation was to amass as much wealth as he could by sacking and plundering settlements, towns and cities up and down the Spanish Main.

As featured on BBC Radio Wiltshire and in Cardiff Times.

The buccaneering Welsh pirate who became an Admiral, a Knight and a Governor. This is a new biography tapping into previously missed and newly available sources.

The Cape Horner

This is a fine, well-presented book to discover the truth behind the myths of Henry Morgan.

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About Graham A Thomas

Graham A. Thomas is a historian specialising in British naval and maritime history in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. He has also written on aerial warfare in the Second World War and Korea. He is currently the editor of the British Army Review, a quarterly journal on the doctrine and history of the British Army. His publications include Terror From the Sky: The Battle Against the Flying Bombs, Firestorm: Typhoons Over Caen, Operation Big Ben: Spitfires Dive-bombing V2 sites (with Craig Cabell), Pirate Hunter: The Life of Captain Woodes Rogers, Pirate Killers: The Royal Navy and the African Pirates and, with Craig Cabell and Allan Richards, Captain Kidd: The Hunt for the Truth.

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