In 1789 the crew of HMS Bounty mutinied against their captain, William Bligh. Bligh and his loyal crewmen survived a 1,000-mile journey in a small boat, but when he returned to England and several mutineers went on trial, different versions of events began to emerge. This new edition brings together Bligh's account of the mutiny, responses from the lawyer Edward Christian and contradictory testimonies from Bounty crew members.
This edition also includes a new map of the route of the Bounty before and after the mutiny, as well as that of Bligh and his loyal crew after being abandoned.
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