A forgotten chapter of our seafaring history
HISTORY is bound to be selective, partly because of our inability to see what is important until well after events have taken place, by which time the facts may have been either lost or garnished. Whole tracts of history may be obliterated by this selectivity, as we are provided with a narrative which more readily suits the narrator, and which then become established in the national consciousness.
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