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Batavia's Graveyard: The True Story of the Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest Mutiny - Community Reviews back

by Mike Dash
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Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 5 years ago
There's no point telling what the book is about, because the whole thing is too unlikely. But the Spouse saw a documentary on the subject, which was excellent, and my response to hearing about a great narrative is always to read a book. And then, there's nothing like reading about a shipwreck to put...
veeral
veeral rated it 7 years ago
After reading this book, I think that under favorable circumstances, height of human cruelty could far surpass the physical height of Olympus Mons. Twice. Because if not for the hyperinflation and the Versailles treaty, Adolf Hitler would have been a shitty painter and Hermann Göring would have been...
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