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Updated December 2019
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A podcast about the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean, the real men and women that threatened the trade and stability of the Old World empires, the forces that led them to piracy and the myths and stories they inspired.Famous names like Captain Henry Morgan, Henry Avery, Charles Vane, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, Black Bart Roberts, Ned Low, and Edward 'Blackbeard' Teach will rub elbows with Queens, Kings, Popes, rebellious monks, Caribbean Natives, African Slaves and notorious governors like ...
 
A podcast about the Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean, the real men and women that threatened the trade and stability of the Old World empires, the forces that led them to piracy and the myths and stories they inspired.Famous names like Captain Henry Morgan, Henry Avery, Charles Vane, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, Black Bart Roberts, Ned Low, and Edward 'Blackbeard' Teach will rub elbows with Queens, Kings, Popes, rebellious monks, Caribbean Natives, African Slaves and notorious governors like ...
 
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The aftermath of a battle is a time for reflection on merit, the afterlife, and the giving of thanks. However, when you have to fight another battle and then run from 1,000 very angry enemies, some of that can fall by the wayside.By Matt Albers
 
The aftermath of a battle is a time for reflection on merit, the afterlife, and the giving of thanks. However, when you have to fight another battle and then run from 1,000 very angry enemies, some of that can fall by the wayside.By Matt Albers
 
The pirates arrived at the city of Segovia on 11th January, 1688. Their arrival in the region marked the time time for a final confrontation between the pirates and the Spanish.By Matt Albers
 
The pirates arrived at the city of Segovia on 11th January, 1688. Their arrival in the region marked the time time for a final confrontation between the pirates and the Spanish.By Matt Albers
 
The French Buccaneers had a Spanish Armada and a Spanish Army hunting them down, but they used the tactics that defined pirates and piracy to prevail. However, the Spanish had learned many of those same tactics, and used them against the pirates.By Matt Albers
 
The French Buccaneers had a Spanish Armada and a Spanish Army hunting them down, but they used the tactics that defined pirates and piracy to prevail. However, the Spanish had learned many of those same tactics, and used them against the pirates.By Matt Albers
 
It's a fast paced, swashbuckling pirate story with ships taken, battles at sea, and imminent danger. However, it turns into an old fashioned spaghetti western with Spanish church shootouts and beautiful maidens in riding behind our anti-heroes on their horses.By Matt Albers
 
It's a fast paced, swashbuckling pirate story with ships taken, battles at sea, and imminent danger. However, it turns into an old fashioned spaghetti western with Spanish church shootouts and beautiful maidens in riding behind our anti-heroes on their horses.By Matt Albers
 
It's the end of the Second pacific Adventure, and the beginning of a new era in piracy. Today we discuss the old buccaneers and the new breed of pirates: Americans, colonials, provincials, who have no allegiance to a king, or a flag, or an ideology.By Matt Albers
 
It's the end of the Second pacific Adventure, and the beginning of a new era in piracy. Today we discuss the old buccaneers and the new breed of pirates: Americans, colonials, provincials, who have no allegiance to a king, or a flag, or an ideology.By Matt Albers
 
It's an old story from a new perspective today. We're talking about Francois Groignet & Raveneau de Lussan as they embark on the Second Pacific Adventure. French pirates in his fleet will command the stage for this next chapter in pirate history and push us into The Nine Years War and the shift toward the Red Sea.…
 
It's an old story from a new perspective today. We're talking about Francois Groignet & Raveneau de Lussan as they embark on the Second Pacific Adventure. French pirates in his fleet will command the stage for this next chapter in pirate history and push us into The Nine Years War and the shift toward the Red Sea.…
 
We're covering almost a year in Dampier's life, and that of the Cygnet. It was a somewhat uneventful year, yet it brings us to the end of Dampier's career as a pirate.By Matt Albers
 
We're covering almost a year in Dampier's life, and that of the Cygnet. It was a somewhat uneventful year, yet it brings us to the end of Dampier's career as a pirate.By Matt Albers
 
The Cygnet now had a fleet of three ships, and were prepared to terrorize the East Indies. However, foul weather and internal tensions conspired to create very real problems.By Matt Albers
 
The Cygnet now had a fleet of three ships, and were prepared to terrorize the East Indies. However, foul weather and internal tensions conspired to create very real problems.By Matt Albers
 
At this moment in our story the pirate crew of Cygnet had a large number of Spanish captives. How they chose to deal with those captives, who many would consider natural enemies of the English crew, shows us much about the pirates in the Age of Sail.By Matt Albers
 
At this moment in our story the pirate crew of Cygnet had a large number of Spanish captives. How they chose to deal with those captives, who many would consider natural enemies of the English crew, shows us much about the pirates in the Age of Sail.By Matt Albers
 
We're talking about ideas today. Concepts that were integral to pirates, pirate life, and the pirate code. In truth, these intertwined ideas served as a cornerstone - a Golden Rule - for the pirates. The Rule of the Sea.By Matt Albers
 
We're talking about ideas today. Concepts that were integral to pirates, pirate life, and the pirate code. In truth, these intertwined ideas served as a cornerstone - a Golden Rule - for the pirates. The Rule of the Sea.By Matt Albers
 
We're setting out with the crew of the Pirate ship Cygnet on their first real cruise in the East Indies. Their first weeks proved to be a productive time, but they ran into certain complications that they did not foresee.By Matt Albers
 
We're setting out with the crew of the Pirate ship Cygnet on their first real cruise in the East Indies. Their first weeks proved to be a productive time, but they ran into certain complications that they did not foresee.By Matt Albers
 
Life in Maritime Southeast Asia is dominated by the Monsoon. Powerful, prevailing winds that bring storms and facilitate trade. The sailors of Cygnet, facing monsoon season, had big decisions to make and short time to make them.By Matt Albers
 
Life in Maritime Southeast Asia is dominated by the Monsoon. Powerful, prevailing winds that bring storms and facilitate trade. The sailors of Cygnet, facing monsoon season, had big decisions to make and short time to make them.By Matt Albers
 
We're back with the crew of Cygnet, as they take their ease on Mindanao in the Philippines. However, under the tranquil surface, tensions are mounting.By Matt Albers
 
We're back with the crew of Cygnet, as they take their ease on Mindanao in the Philippines. However, under the tranquil surface, tensions are mounting.By Matt Albers
 
Today things get really dark. We're talking about the VOC, The Dutch East India Company, and their foundation in the Spice Islands. It's not a happy story - but it is a story that we need to know to understand the institutions that rule the world of the pirates.By Matt Albers
 
Today things get really dark. We're talking about the VOC, The Dutch East India Company, and their foundation in the Spice Islands. It's not a happy story - but it is a story that we need to know to understand the institutions that rule the world of the pirates.By Matt Albers
 
It's a dark episode today. Not as dark as it's going to get, but we're looking at the foundation of one of the most oppressive and unfeeling organizations in human history. Don't worry though, we will get to see some revenge in the near future.By Matt Albers
 
It's a dark episode today. Not as dark as it's going to get, but we're looking at the foundation of one of the most oppressive and unfeeling organizations in human history. Don't worry though, we will get to see some revenge in the near future.By Matt Albers
 
What makes a pirate? I would argue, more than the riches or drink, it was a sense of dispossession. A sense of disenfranchisement. Of having been, either literally or metaphorically, left behind. Today we explore just what they were left behind from, as we finish our look at the English East India Company.…
 
What makes a pirate? I would argue, more than the riches or drink, it was a sense of dispossession. A sense of disenfranchisement. Of having been, either literally or metaphorically, left behind. Today we explore just what they were left behind from, as we finish our look at the English East India Company.…
 
We're nearing the end of our look at the East India Companies and the beginning of the English Colonial Era. These institutions had rough and tumble beginnings, before evolving into the famed monoliths they would become. And I love rough and tumble beginnings.By Matt Albers
 
We're nearing the end of our look at the East India Companies and the beginning of the English Colonial Era. These institutions had rough and tumble beginnings, before evolving into the famed monoliths they would become. And I love rough and tumble beginnings.By Matt Albers
 
The Gentleman Adventurers set a trap for one of the greatest prizes ever captured. Madre de Deus will test their bravery, ruthlessness, and skill. It will also change England, and the world, forever.By Matt Albers
 
The Gentleman Adventurers set a trap for one of the greatest prizes ever captured. Madre de Deus will test their bravery, ruthlessness, and skill. It will also change England, and the world, forever.By Matt Albers
 
No organization, not the Armada de Barlovento nor the Royal Navy, terrified pirates as much as the East India Company. The Company was brutal, efficient, and merciless. Strangely, the company's roots were similar to those of the pirates themselves. Today we look at those roots.By Matt Albers
 
No organization, not the Armada de Barlovento nor the Royal Navy, terrified pirates as much as the East India Company. The Company was brutal, efficient, and merciless. Strangely, the company's roots were similar to those of the pirates themselves. Today we look at those roots.By Matt Albers
 
William Dampier and Charles Swan go ashore on Mindanao to meet with the Sultan. However, things on the island are not exactly how they appear. Did I steal this title from a story about Indonesia I heard on the radio? Maybe.By Matt Albers
 
William Dampier and Charles Swan go ashore on Mindanao to meet with the Sultan. However, things on the island are not exactly how they appear. Did I steal this title from a story about Indonesia I heard on the radio? Maybe.By Matt Albers
 
'The Fleshpots of Asia' was a stereotype held for many years. The roots of that phrase and that stereotype come largely from the experiences of those who visited the East Indies during the Colonial Era, and had experiences similar to those that we will be exploring today.By Matt Albers
 
'The Fleshpots of Asia' was a stereotype held for many years. The roots of that phrase and that stereotype come largely from the experiences of those who visited the East Indies during the Colonial Era, and had experiences similar to those that we will be exploring today.By Matt Albers
 
We get to meet the crew of a pirate ship. Not just the Captain and Quartermaster, but the real pirates. We talk about their jobs on board, their character, and the relationships on board.By Matt Albers
 
We get to meet the crew of a pirate ship. Not just the Captain and Quartermaster, but the real pirates. We talk about their jobs on board, their character, and the relationships on board.By Matt Albers
 
We're taking our first steps into Southeast Asia through the eyes of Ferdinand Magellan. And the Dread Pirate Roberts. And one deadly rabbit.By Matt Albers
 
We're taking our first steps into Southeast Asia through the eyes of Ferdinand Magellan. And the Dread Pirate Roberts. And one deadly rabbit.By Matt Albers
 
This is sort of a time hopping adventure. We're looking at William Dampier in the East Indies alongside the story of Ferdinand Magellan. It kind of weird, but as an introduction to the Pacific we couldn't ask for better guides.By Matt Albers
 
This is sort of a time hopping adventure. We're looking at William Dampier in the East Indies alongside the story of Ferdinand Magellan. It kind of weird, but as an introduction to the Pacific we couldn't ask for better guides.By Matt Albers
 
When William Dampier arrived in the East Indies he found a world that had been forever altered by contact with Europeans. Today we talk about the voyages that initiated that contact. Those voyages would shape the political and economic face of the globe for centuries. I attempt to lighten the mood with really bad jokes.…
 
When William Dampier arrived in the East Indies he found a world that had been forever altered by contact with Europeans. Today we talk about the voyages that initiated that contact. Those voyages would shape the political and economic face of the globe for centuries. I attempt to lighten the mood with really bad jokes.…
 
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