William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vice Admiral William Bligh, FRS, RN (9 September 1754 – 7 December 1817) was an officer of the British Royal Navy and a colonial administrator. Three historic mutinies occurred under his command: The HM Bounty, the Nore and the Run Rebillion in New South Whales. Yet he was considered a capital seaman and good comander.

Vice Admiral William Bligh, FRS, RN (9 September 1754 – 7 December 1817) was an officer of the British Royal Navy and a colonial administrator. Three historic mutinies occurred under his command: The HM Bounty, the Nore and the Run Rebillion in New South Whales. Yet he was considered a capital seaman and good comander.

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vintage The Mutiny On Board H.M.S. Bounty By William Bligh Airmont Books

Details about Vintage The Mutiny On Board H.M.S. Bounty By William Bligh Airmont Books

Vintage The Mutiny On Board H.M.S. Bounty By William Bligh Airmont Books

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Bligh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Star-Crossed Captain: Vice Admiral William Bligh

Star-Crossed Captain: Vice Admiral William Bligh

William Bligh,Star Crossed,Royal Navy,Uk

WILLIAM BLIGH: born at Tinten Manor in St Tudy between Camelford and Wadebridge on 9 September 1754. He sailed with Captain Cook on the latter’s second (and final) voyage around the world. In 1787 he captained the 'Bounty' on a trip to obtain plant specimens from the West Indies. The story of the mutiny is well-documented. It is said that this was due to the harsh treatment of his men by Bligh, but there is some dispute about this.     ✫ღ⊰n

WILLIAM BLIGH: born at Tinten Manor in St Tudy between Camelford and Wadebridge on 9 September 1754. He sailed with Captain Cook on the latter’s second (and final) voyage around the world. In 1787 he captained the 'Bounty' on a trip to obtain plant specimens from the West Indies. The story of the mutiny is well-documented. It is said that this was due to the harsh treatment of his men by Bligh, but there is some dispute about this. ✫ღ⊰n

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