September 2013
New Internationalist;Sep2013, Issue 465, p24
A timeline of piracy from 231 BCE to the 21st-century is presented, with information included on several historical figures including pirate Edward Teach, also known as Black Beard, privateer Francis Drake, and Somalian pirate Mohamed Abdi Hassan.


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