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Connections between Mutinies in European Navies
International Review of Social History
During the revolutionary 1790s, an unprecedented number of mutinies tore through the British, French, and Dutch navies. This simultaneous upsurge of lower-deck militancy in both allied and belligerent fleets was not coincidental, nor was it simply a violent expression of similar pressures making themselves felt on ships under different flags but all engaged in the same conflict. Instead, through manifold personal connections, men who circulated back and forth across the frontline, and throughdoi:10.1017/s0020859013000230 fatcat:eqbo5axuvjhvhbavw4bjeg4cpi