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The Unsuccessful Control of Piracy. By: Cat Windham. How did different governments control piracy throughout history?. Unsuccessful. Pardoning pirates condemned for hanging Bribing Chinese pirates Violating agreements. Pardons. 60% pardoned Enslaved in New World. Bribing.

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The unsuccessful control of piracy

The Unsuccessful Control of Piracy

By: Cat Windham


How did different governments control piracy throughout history

How did different governments control piracy throughout history?


Unsuccessful

Unsuccessful

Pardoning pirates condemned for hanging

Bribing Chinese pirates

Violating agreements


Pardons

Pardons

60% pardoned

Enslaved in New World


Bribing

Bribing

1,700 vs 70,000

Tanka vs land people


St rtebecker

StÓ§rtebecker

Made agreement

Fulfilled his end

Agreement was ignored


Final remarks

Final Remarks

Hangings: Only 40% Hung

Bribing: Unsuccessful

False Agreements: Debatable


Works cited

Works Cited

  • Bradford, Alfred S. Flying the Black Flag: A Brief History of Piracy. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2007. Print.

  • Meier, Dirk. "Chapter 10 "Friends of God and Foes of All the World": The Vitalienbrueder Privateers." Seafarers, Merchants and Pirates in the Middle Ages. Trans. Angus McGeoch. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell, 2006. 146-59. Print. Includes the legend of Klaus StÓ§rtebecker and his death for the act of piracy.

  • Vallar, Cindy. "Punishing the Pirates." Pirates and Privateers: The History of Maritime Piracy. Cindy Vallar, 2003. Web. 7 Apr. 2014. <http://cindyvallar.com/punish.html>.


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