THE WAGER DISASTER: Mayhem, Mutiny and Murder in the South Seas
In 1741, the British warship HMS Wager crashed on the shore of an uninhabited island off the cost of Chilean Patagonia. One hundred and forty men reached land. Only 36 made it back home. The Wager Disaster is the extraordinary story of human endurance and the perseverance of those soldiers in the face of unthinkable adversity. Illustrated, many in color.
Publisher: Uniform Press
Item #: 6926665
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