The Truth About the Mutiny on the Bounty, by A McKee

The Truth About the Mutiny on the Bounty
by Alexander McKee

Alexander McKee, historian, diver and underwater photographer is best known for leading the team of amateur divers (including John Bevan) from the Southsea BSAC who spent 20 years searching for and eventually finding the Mary Rose. John Bevan’s admiration and respect for ‘Mac’ (as he was known to his friends) is reflected in his comprehensive collection of McKee’s books of which this is one.

The true story of the famous mutiny. Captain Lt. Bligh was a man with no social pretensions: fussy, irritable, selfish and vindictive. By the time HMS Bounty reached Tahiti the crew had had enough. their rebellion set off the most famous mutiny in the annals of naval history.

Paperback in worn condition.
Edges of cover rubbed, creases and small tear on back of spine.
Inside pages yellowed but in good condition.
No illustrations
1961, Mayflower Books, London
192 pages, 115mm x 180mm (approx. 4.5in x 7in)


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Additional information

Weight .45 kg
Dimensions 30 × 21 × 2.5 cm