Acquisition On The High Seas

Quaid, Chris; Ward, Dan
January 2005
Defense AT&L;Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p14
Interviews Captain Henry Morgan and Captain Bartholomew Roberts, two of the scurviest scoundrels ever to sail the seven seas, regarding piracy. Factor in the success of their piracy; Innovative use of gunpowder technology; Use of drums and trumpets as weapons of mass intimidation.


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