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Spanish sea-borne empire.

J. H. Parry

Spanish sea-borne empire.

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Published by Hutchinson in [s.l.] .
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Under the Black Flag. By: David Cordingly. Narrated by His daring attacks on the mighty Spanish empire on land and at sea determined the fates of kings and queens, and his victories helped shape the destiny of the New World. Cordingly attempts to lump every sea-borne rogue from the sea-peoples of the ancient Mediterranean to Somali. 5 Between Land-bound and Sea-borne: Reorientations, ; Trade and Conquest: The Spanish View Spain, Portugal, and the Atlantic Turning Girdling the Globe The "Land" Question The Maritime Challenge Concessions and Captains-Major The Beginnings of Decline? ; 6 Empire in Retreat,


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