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A pirate captain known as Lai Choi San (Mountain of Wealth), South China

Lai Choi San : Lai Choi San (Mountain of Wealth) was a 20th-

A pirate captain known as Lai Choi San (Mountain of Wealth), South China Sea, 1920's | "Small wars" (between WWI and WWII) | Pinterest | Wwi and Civil wars

An armed "cantinera" a female soldier supporting chilean troops in the war against Peru

Finnish soldier of the White Guard posing for a photo in Helsinki during the Finnish Civil War, 1918. He is armed with a Japanese Arisaka rifle, ...

... Lai Choi San, The Dragon Lady, ...

Eventually Lilius received an introduction to Lai Choi San, the "Mountain of Wealth". She commanded a pirate junk and ran a protection racket for the Macao ...

Fanny Campbell, protagonist of the 1844 novel "Fanny Campbell, the Female Pirate Captain

Howard Pyle illustration of pirates burying Captain Kidd's treasure, from Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates.

'Seafaring Women: Adventures of Pirate Queens, Female Stowaways, and Sailors' Wives

1909 drawing of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team on a boat

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In the below scenario a person that was thought to be a male French military officer named Captain Midi is discovered in reality to be the onetime circa ...

The pirate captain known as Lai Choi San Mountain of Wealth South China Sea 1920's (1200 x 882) | HistoryPorn | Pinterest | History

Pirate Anne Bonny (1697–1720). Engraving from Captain Charles Johnson's General History of the Pyrates (1st Dutch Edition, 1725)

Pirates fight over treasure in a 1911 Howard Pyle illustration.

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"SO I'M GOING TO BE SOLD AS A PROFESSIONAL SOLDIER TO PAPA PYZON AND HIS CUT THROATS?"

Blackbeard, as pictured by Benjamin Cole in the second edition of Charles Johnson's General Historie

The Pirate Publisher – An International Burlesque that has the Longest Run on Record, from Puck, 1886: Gilbert is seen as one of the British authors whose ...

The above mentioned Army nurse Taffy Tucker was the romantic interest for another Terry and the Pirates character, Flip Corkin. Corkin was based on a real ...

French pirate François l'Olonnais was nicknamed Flail of the Spaniards and had a reputation for brutality – offering no quarter to Spanish prisoners.

With gusts of snow that bring Arctic isolation to mind swirling outside my window, I feel the compelling need to return to the top of the world again today.

Most of the stories told of our favorite pirates have trouble at the beginning. No one is really sure where the gentleman rover in question came from.

The above mentioned Army nurse Taffy Tucker was the romantic interest for another Terry and the Pirates character, Flip Corkin. Corkin was based on a real ...

Illustrations of the 1911 edition of Treasure Island, by Pyle's student N.C. Wyeth

... he took control of the pirate empire of 50,000 men and 600 ships. In 1810, Cheung Po Tsai worked with the Chinese government and became a captain in the ...

Edward Teach (Black Beard), Walking the Plank, from the Pirates of the Spanish Main series (N19) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes MET DP835032

December 20, 1822: The U.S. Congress authorizes a flotilla of Navy ships to battle piracy in the Caribbean. The so called Mosquito Fleet will be commanded ...

The painting above is now housed in New Orlean's Cabildo on Jackson Square. Done from life, allegedly, it shows us (from left to right) Renato Beluche in ...

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Over at the always thought provoking Live Science online, an article about “real pirates of the Caribbean” has some interesting insights into a ...

Bartholomew Roberts was certainly one of the most successful pirates of the Golden Age. At least as far as volume of ships and booty taken.

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One of those journeyman buccaneers that seems to have always been in the right place at the right time, Bartholomew Sharp is little known today.

Calico Jack - Image: Captain Jack Rackham, Taking the Spanish Prize, from the

A painting of the city of Canton c. 1800, where Ching Shih lived before she became a pirate. (Photo: Unknown Chinese artist/Public Domain)

Charles Vane - Image: Charles Vane, Defying the Governor, from the Pirates of

A General History of the Pyrates - Cover of the 2nd edition

A piece of Fujian history in the Pirates of the Caribbean 3 - The Movie

During this time of the year, carols are everywhere. You are only safe in your car, where your music choices are entirely your own.

SCENE FROM THE ORIGINAL TERRY AND THE PIRATES AS DRAWN BY MILTON CANIFF DATED JANUARY 27, 1935.

Sailor Mouth Saturday: Purser

A person costumed in the character of captain Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp's lead role in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.

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It's New Years Eve, of course, and as a special gift to the Brethren I'd like to share my very favorite sword fight from any pirate movie ever made.

Winnipeg care home should pay for employee's financial crime: lawsuit

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Bartholomew Roberts was the pirate with most captures during the Golden Age of Piracy. He is now known for hanging the governor of Martinique from the ...

Everybody has heard, at one time or another, some reference to The Flying Dutchman. He's basically the high seas version of The Wandering Jew, ...

THE DRAGON LADY

Blackbeard - Blackbeard the Pirate: this was published in the General History of the Pyrates

Christopher Condent - Image: Captain Condent, Shooting the Indian, from the Pirates of

Cheung Po Tsai Cave Cheung Chau.

A child dressed as the Disney television character Jake of the Neverland Pirates poses with movie pirate Captain Jack Sparrow at Montreal Comicon 2015

Under the Qing Dynasty, Zheng was elevated to the rank of Count of the Second Rank. His company was known as Iquan's Party.

... Pirates, Lilius writes about sailing with the most merciless gang of high-seas robbers in the world on in an armored junk commanded by Lai Choi San.

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A drawing of Koxinga receiving the Dutch surrender on February 1, 1662 http://www.taiwanus.net/history/1/51.htm

Awilda - Awilda as depicted in The Pirates Own Book, published in 1837.

The Florida Project

The Pirates of Penzance, 1880

FACT OR FICTION: DID THE FLYING TIGERS BOMB HANOI?

Bartholomew Roberts' crew carousing at the Calabar River; illustration from The Pirates Own Book (1837). Roberts is estimated to have captured over 470 ...

大浪灣Tai Long Wan camping

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He married a 26-year-old Ching Shih in 1801, “who participated fully in her husband's piracy,” writes Dian H. Murray in Pirates of the South China Coast, ...

Chinese Female Pirate a.k.a. Ching Sih, Pinyin: Zhèng Shì or Zhèng Yī Sao Cantonese: Jihng Sih meaning “widow of Jihng” or Jihng Yāt Sóu meaning "wife of ...

Hanging of Captain Kidd; illustration from The Pirates Own Book (1837)

TERRY AND THE PIRATES

Take Out (2004 film)

Terry and the Pirates

CHUSENJI ROAD AND DAIYA RIVER.

Lai Sai-ming, captain of the Sea Smooth. Photo: David Wong

Dragon Lady (Terry and the Pirates) - Milton Caniff's Terry and the Pirates (

British sailors boarding an Algerine pirate ship and battling the pirates; colored engraving by John Fairburn (1793–1832)

Terry and the Pirates (TV series)

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Port Royal and Kingston Harbours (map of 1774)

Bully Hayes - The only known photograph of Bully Hayes, circa 1863

Bombardment of Salé - Louis Dubourdieu was tasked by the French Secretary of the Navy to