Historien om to danske slaveskibe, hvis besætninger begik mytteri - og om deres last af slaver, der slap fri. På et af skibene lærte den navnkundige Tordenskjold... Læs mere
The infamous Bounty mutiny of 1790 culminated in nine mutineers taking up residence on the small Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific.... Læs mere
This collection of essays challenge standard definitions of mutiny while revealing patterns mutiny takes and the manner in which it affects a society. The book uses many examples from the past to illustrate the points it makes.
The Irishman who became the 'Hero of Delhi'
From renowned author and naval historian Angus Konstam, this is a gripping account of one of the Royal Navy's bloodiest and most dramatic mutinies.
Although by twentieth-century standards the number of victims was small, the Victorian public saw 'the Indian Mutiny' of 1857-59 as an epochal event.... Læs mere
Unveils the events of the Etaples Mutiny and the response of the government. Percy Toplis became one of Britain's most wanted men and was, eventually, killed by a policeman in 1920.
In 1857 the native troops of the Bengal army rose against their colonial masters. The ensuing insurrection was to become the bloodiest in the history of the British Empire. This title explores one of Britain's most harrowing colonial battles.