The Loss of the Pembroke, 1694

By W. E. May, published May 1972

Abstract

The Pembroke was a 32-gun ship built in 1690, whose loss in a long combat in 1694 has been overlooked by most historians. So, the author explains in this paper all dated actions, squadrons, fleets and seas in which she had some remarkable activity. It also includes detailed information about the men who commanded her.

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Filed under: English Channel | Other (Early Modern) | Caribbean
Subjects include: Battles & Tactics | Biography | Navies

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